Probably but in all fairness a) no chip can take full advantage of that ffs and b) seriously dude if you can spend that much on a pc you must have loads of money - how do you have time to play the games if you're out earning that.
Funny thing is it probably won't be used for that much gaming...
I'm trying to set up a HTPC for a client.....he wants the system to run 3 surround 30" LCD's with the center one alone in SLi mode plus the case has a 7" LCD built in. It's going to ba a video presentation system but he does a little gaming too. He also wants to split the main GPU signal and run an 80" screen at 1920x1080 through a projector.
If it's for a HTPC then you don't have anything to worry about. PCIe x8 connection is plenty for something like that. Now SLIing that should be interesting, those are some pretty powerful GPUs... but does your client really need that? He could even get away with a 7900GT or a 7600GT (especially the one with HDMI support.)
You think maybe he could use two of the 8800's in sli, then put a matrox card in the other slot for the multiple monitors? That would get the best of both worlds, I think, especially if the surround is going to be used in presentations and such.
Config as follows so far.....8800gtx x2 for running 1 30" lcd off main card so center monitor is the only one of the 3 working during SLi mode, 1 30" lcd on each side of primary monitor both running from the second 8800gtx for a triple 30" desktop. The third 8800gtx is going to run the built in slide out 7" LCD in the case and mirror the display on a 37" LCD at 1920x1080 whose signal will also be split into a 1920x1080 projector.
The motherboard will also have a PCIe 1x sata2 controller Running 4 750GB drives in raid 0, a PCI physics card and a PCI 4 port Vid. capture card. The motherboard will also host 4 750GB sata drives in raid 0, 2 plextor bluray drives on the IDE bus, 2 sata dvd drives, 4 GB ram and a quad core. ALL water cooled, CPU, RAM, Northbridge and all 3 GPU's.
Big build, big case, big bucks.....I like clients with money.......
I dont think so. I dont really know what to say about that 3 video card you want to add. Just ask NVIDIA or ASUS but I doubt they will answer your question since they tell you so many different things everytime you contact them.