I'm thinking of getting a motherboard with a built in 8200 and adding a 9600. First of all, will they work together?
Also, a lot of the time, I play games in windowed mode so I can watch TV/movies in VLC on the side. Can I set it so the 9600 runs the game, and the 8200 runs the desktop and video? If not, can the 9600 run one screen, and 8200 run a 2nd screen?
I think you can have two gpus, one in each pci express slot. Idk for sure. I was thinking about how running two graphics drivers at the same time would work... I think the two cards would have to accept the same driver. Once again, i'm not entirely sure about that.
Check around on google for hybrid sli and see what it says. Check Nvidia's site too.
I am running the Hybrid-sli on a 8200 motherboard ( desktop ) and it will only run with a 8400 or 8500 ( 8400gs being the better card ), if you wish to know more read here -----> http://www.nvidia.com/object/hybrid_sli.html ,