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Capable of dual gtx 780 SLI?

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May 23, 2013 7:54:08 AM

In the future I am considering upgrading my pc to make it more graphically impressive. I am interested in a dual gtx 780 SLi. I currently have a Corsair HX750W psu and Intel Core i7-2600k operating with 16gb of RAM. Is it possible to withstand it dual or not? Should I make any key upgrades beforehand? What are your recommendations?
May 23, 2013 8:08:55 AM

Its enough, just oc that cpu andits fine...
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May 23, 2013 8:27:45 AM

The motherboard is a factor, we need to know that before we can say either way.
If the mobo can hold at least dual PCI-2 8x slots, then you should be fine to deal dual 780's. As Marco mentioned, might want to overclock to alleviate potential CPU bottlenecks.
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May 23, 2013 8:52:49 AM

manofchalk said:
The motherboard is a factor, we need to know that before we can say either way.
If the mobo can hold at least dual PCI-2 8x slots, then you should be fine to deal dual 780's. As Marco mentioned, might want to overclock to alleviate potential CPU bottlenecks.

The motherboard is a Msi Military Class III
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May 23, 2013 9:17:54 AM

eletrickapple01 said:
manofchalk said:
The motherboard is a factor, we need to know that before we can say either way.
If the mobo can hold at least dual PCI-2 8x slots, then you should be fine to deal dual 780's. As Marco mentioned, might want to overclock to alleviate potential CPU bottlenecks.

The motherboard is a Msi Military Class III


Pretty much every MSI board is "military Class 3" Its advertising. Which specific model is it?
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May 23, 2013 1:12:05 PM

tiny voices said:
eletrickapple01 said:
manofchalk said:
The motherboard is a factor, we need to know that before we can say either way.
If the mobo can hold at least dual PCI-2 8x slots, then you should be fine to deal dual 780's. As Marco mentioned, might want to overclock to alleviate potential CPU bottlenecks.

The motherboard is a Msi Military Class III


Pretty much every MSI board is "military Class 3" Its advertising. Which specific model is it?

Msi Z77A-A-G45 Model num: E145-0586

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May 23, 2013 11:05:24 PM

You should be fine, it can run dual cards at PCI-2 8x/8x bandwidth which is plenty.
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