Does my motherboard support SLI with full benefit ?

My current motherboard is the asus p7p55d. I had the ati 5850 and replaced it with a gtx 570. Can i buy another gtx 570 and hook it up for SLI ?

My motherboard ( http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P7P55D/ )
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  1. no
  2. No, that board only supports crossfire, not SLI.
  3. aznricepuff said:
    No, that board only supports crossfire, not SLI.


    Is it always better upgrading to a better graphic card than going SLI / Crossfire?
  4. dazkyl said:
    aznricepuff said:
    No, that board only supports crossfire, not SLI.


    Is it always better upgrading to a better graphic card than going SLI / Crossfire?


    Depends on what you are upgrading to.
  5. aznricepuff said:
    dazkyl said:
    aznricepuff said:
    No, that board only supports crossfire, not SLI.


    Is it always better upgrading to a better graphic card than going SLI / Crossfire?


    Depends on what you are upgrading to.


    For now i got more than enough. I barely play and my gtx 570 is overclocked to 900core. I will upgrade when i need to in the future. I hope my motherboard supports future vgas , because then i will need to upgrade my motherboard too lol
  6. dazkyl said:
    aznricepuff said:
    No, that board only supports crossfire, not SLI.


    Is it always better upgrading to a better graphic card than going SLI / Crossfire?


    Its always best to get the most power gpu you can get then going sli down the road to get the extra performance
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