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Buying a second gtx 680 need help

I bought an EVGA gtx 680 superclocked (http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130771)when it was released but now the card is back order so I'm wondering if the EVGA gtx 680 superclocked signature (http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130771) wouldn't be my best bet to run it in sli with stability ?

I wish I could find the same card that I have but its unavailable anyway on canadian websites :-(
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    the SC-Sig will work in sli with the SC as long as they have the same amount of Vram

    you must also be sure that your motherboard supports sli
  2. as long as it's a gtx 680 you're sli configuration will work just fine. There's only 3 things you need to worry about when going SLI:

    Does your motherboard support it?
    Are both of the cards the same Vram?
    Are both of the cards the same GPU?

    You can run 1 evga gtx 680 and 1 MSI gtx 680 in SLI and it will work the same as running 2 evga gtx 680's in SLI
  3. kingjc100 said:
    ...you must also be sure that your motherboard supports sli

    Anonymous said:
    ...Does your motherboard support it?...


    his Workstation board allows PCIe 3.0 dual x16
    http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P8Z77_WS/#specifications

    it's in his signature
  4. dingo07 said:
    kingjc100 said:
    ...you must also be sure that your motherboard supports sli


    his Workstation board allows PCIe 3.0 dual x16
    http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P8Z77_WS/#specifications

    it's in his signature


    I REALLY need to pay more attention to those,
  5. Well tankx guys I'll order it and see how sli gtx 680 can run the free metro game they give hehe
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