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running two gpu in motherboard

hey....can i run two graphics card in my M4N68T-M motherboard.
the two GPU are:
1.HIS AMD/ATI Radeon HD 5450 1 GB DDR3
2.Sapphire AMD/ATI HD 7770 1 GB GDDR5
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    You can not run these two GPUs on the same board if you are considering a crossfire. For a crossfire you have to pair up cards of the same series (though there are some exceptions).

    But if you want two separate displays with dual monitors, i.e one for gaming and the other for browsing, you can!

    By the way, your motherboard does not support SLI or CROSSFIRE!
  2. no the mb per asus has one video slot.
    http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/M4N68TM/#specifications
    you need a mb with two video slots or you have to use a pci video card if your trying to run two monitors or use a card that supports muilt monitors.
  3. sorry....the motherboard is actually a M4N68T-M LE V2. And im using it on single monitor...
  4. sayanghosh48 said:
    sorry....the motherboard is actually a M4N68T-M LE V2


    Still it does not support crossfire/sli.
  5. just one question...in the given link http://www.pc-specs.com/mobo/Asus/ASUS_m4n68t-m_LE_V2/630
    it says that crossfire support:1 graphics card..
    what does that mean???
  6. It means there is a support for just ONE graphic card on your motherboard.
  7. but then again.....whats the use of that crossfire support??i mean..isnt crossfire required for using two or more gpu's?
  8. Yes it does. It's incorrect to mention Crossfire with one card only.
  9. thanks man!
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