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Can i SLI a Inno3d GTX 760 OC with a MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr IV?

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February 5, 2014 10:40:34 AM

Can i SLI a Inno3d GTX 760 OC with a MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr IV?
February 5, 2014 10:47:03 AM

since they are both 760s and not like a 760 and a 760 ti you should in theory be able to, but it is usually safer to sli two identical cards.
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February 5, 2014 10:50:44 AM

I just looked up the tech specs on both of the cards and the Cuda cores and everything minus the coolers and clock speed are the same so you should be fine.
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February 5, 2014 10:51:49 AM

Darth Rache said:
since they are both 760s and not like a 760 and a 760 ti you should in theory be able to, but it is usually safer to sli two identical cards.


So you're saying that it's going to work? They both have 2 gb vram also i'm going to buy a MSI z87-G45 gaming motherboard and a 750 watt 80+ PSU
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February 5, 2014 10:52:56 AM

The 760 is a good card i like my Hawk a lot i'll bet an SLI set up will be awesome. What are the rest of your system specs? Are you sure that your MOBO and PSU will handle an SLI set up?
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February 5, 2014 10:57:07 AM

Darth Rache said:
I just looked up the tech specs on both of the cards and the Cuda cores and everything minus the coolers and clock speed are the same so you should be fine.


Darth Rache said:
The 760 is a good card i like my Hawk a lot i'll bet an SLI set up will be awesome. What are the rest of your system specs? Are you sure that your MOBO and PSU will handle an SLI set up?


I have a I7-4770 and im going to upgrade my psu to 750 watt 80+ and my mobo to a MSI Z87-G45 so i think it can handle it
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February 5, 2014 11:02:29 AM

FredTheBoss said:
Darth Rache said:
since they are both 760s and not like a 760 and a 760 ti you should in theory be able to, but it is usually safer to sli two identical cards.


So you're saying that it's going to work? They both have 2 gb vram also i'm going to buy a MSI z87-G45 gaming motherboard and a 750 watt 80+ PSU


Yes, the clock speeds seem to be the only difference.
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February 5, 2014 11:03:57 AM

oh nm you are running the z87 intel board. so disregard the final bit of my last post.
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