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Would A GTX 260 and 660 SLI work?

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October 28, 2013 11:46:26 PM

I have a old computer which I will be parting out soon which has a old 260 in it. I have a 660 in my current machine. I am thinking of putting the 260 into my new machine to run a SLI setup with the 660. Would it be worth it, and would it even work?

I have never ran a SLI setup before, so I would have no idea what I would be doing if this can even work. What would be the advantages? Would the 260 be worth throwing in there next to the 660? Would the 260 even do anything in today's games?

Thanks a bunch everyone.

Kory.

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October 28, 2013 11:52:09 PM

ThisKory said:
I have a old computer which I will be parting out soon which has a old 260 in it. I have a 660 in my current machine. I am thinking of putting the 260 into my new machine to run a SLI setup with the 660. Would it be worth it, and would it even work?

I have never ran a SLI setup before, so I would have no idea what I would be doing if this can even work. What would be the advantages? Would the 260 be worth throwing in there next to the 660? Would the 260 even do anything in today's games?

Thanks a bunch everyone.

Kory.


It will not work. You can only SLI same types of cards like a 660 with another 660.
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October 28, 2013 11:57:51 PM

Justin McCarthy said:
ThisKory said:
I have a old computer which I will be parting out soon which has a old 260 in it. I have a 660 in my current machine. I am thinking of putting the 260 into my new machine to run a SLI setup with the 660. Would it be worth it, and would it even work?

I have never ran a SLI setup before, so I would have no idea what I would be doing if this can even work. What would be the advantages? Would the 260 be worth throwing in there next to the 660? Would the 260 even do anything in today's games?

Thanks a bunch everyone.

Kory.


It will not work. You can only SLI same types of cards like a 660 with another 660.


Thank you for the response! That's a bummer.. I suppose it makes sense due to driver issues that may occur. Well, anyone wanna buy a GTX 260! :p 
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