Motherboards with crossfire compatibillity, also sli compatible?
I have an asus p8 b75-v motherboard with crossfire compatibillity which means that I can run two ATI cards on it if I wanted. However now i am currently running one GTX 660 and I am thinking about getting a second card which leads us to the question.
Can I run SLI on a crossfire compatible board?
Answers are very much appreciated:biggrin:
Very few chipsets support both, and the documentation would make it very clear if it did.
ASUS - Motherboards- ASUS P8B75-V
According to that it's strictly AMD for multi-card setups with Lucid tech for using onboard + discrete.
Supports AMD Quad-GPU CrossFireX™ Technology
Supports LucidLogix® Virtu™ MVP Technology *1
nope need to upgrade system to SLi supported MB
The real question is does your system need SLI? I mean are you running massive monitors? Or are you still running a 22"?
I'm running an 27''(1920x1200) and a vga quality monitor but i thinking about getting a second card because i want better graphic performance.
well anyway, thanks everyone who has replied. your wisdom has led me on the right path.
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