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Hey guys noob here just a compatibility question.

I have one PNY GTX 650 graphics card if I have everything else compatible I'd like to get another GTX 650 is this possible?
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    If your motherboard is SLI compatible, you have sufficient PSU and your CPU has enough power to run GTX-650's in SLI then yes you can add second GTX-650.
  2. sure it's possible to SLI them if your motherboard supports it but why would you?

    Also, since you're asking about a GTX 650 I somehow doubt that your motherboard supports SLI
  3. Entomber said:
    sure it's possible to SLI them if your motherboard supports it but why would you?

    Also, since you're asking about a GTX 650 I somehow doubt that your motherboard supports SLI


    According to tags that he added he probably have 760G or 970 AMD chipset with FX-6300 CPU and I think his motherboard doesn't support SLI.

    OP what PC components do you have?
  4. Right now it doesn't btw any suggestions on a compatible and reasonably priced mother board. I've an amd a-10 7700 with a 650 watt power supply.
  5. Skye Fochler said:
    Right now it doesn't btw any suggestions on a compatible and reasonably priced mother board. I've an amd a-10 7700 with a 650 watt power supply.




    You have an APU which is not so good compared to Intel CPU's A10-7700 will bottleneck your GPU's.
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