I have an older ASUS P8P67 LE motherboard (I've never had any problems with it), but I'd like to run another graphics card (I currently run an EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti - FBP) in SLi mode. The specs on this mainboard, lists it as supporting only ATI (AMD) Quad-GPU CrossFireX Technology. I'm wondering if there's a way around this? Would a BIOS update add compatability? Or is this firmly entrenched within the BIOS settings (updates or not)? If so, I'll just enjoy my single card...as is. I'm not going out and getting two NEW ATI cards (not that I have anything against ATI graphics). It's more of a money issue than anything. Running: Intel Core i5-2400 3.1 GHz; 16 GB - Corsair DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Vengence; Thermaltake Toughpower 875W PSU.
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No it will not work for SLI since the second slot is only running at X4 speed which is only supported by AMD crossfire.
Ah, I had a feeling that may be the case. Yes, the board only supports the X4 speed - PCI Express 2.0, when using the second slot. Oh well. Thank you.