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If a motherboard doesn't support SLI does it still support nvidia cards like the gtx 770?

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February 2, 2014 10:09:41 AM

I have found a motherboard that I would like for my first build but it doesn't support SLI, does that mean it won't support a nvidia card like the MSI twin frozr gtx 770. Also what does SLI and Crossfire mean? Thanks

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a c 654 Î Nvidia
February 2, 2014 10:11:57 AM

SLI and Crossfire = Dual card setup.

What board do you like , more than like it will support the 770.

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a c 156 Î Nvidia
February 2, 2014 10:18:28 AM

sli = dual nvidia cards
crossfire = dual amd cards.
For a single card, which I recommend, cf/sli are not applicable, and a motherboard will support either amd or nvidia.
The GTX770 is very good for any single monitor gaming.
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a c 3787 V Motherboard
a c 654 Î Nvidia
February 2, 2014 11:03:35 AM

Yes as long as your power supply is sufficient.