Quad SLI motherboard Question

I have been looking around for a motherboard that supports SLI for installing 4 Geforce GTX 295 cards, but haven't been able to find any. Can anyone reccommend a motherboard that will allow this (preferably socket 775), thanks.
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  1. Umm, your confused...

    Quad SLI is 2 GTX295 cards, not 4. 3 separate cards is the most SLi supports (Tri-SLi), however the GTX295 doesnt work with that. 2 is the most GTX295 you can put in and still use SLi.
  2. quad sli allows for 4 different cards if you look at the link bellow you can see that the mb has 4 slots, this should allow 4 295 cards.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gigabyte-motherboard,1137.html

    I'm not using this board because its discontinued.
  3. B-Unit said:
    Umm, your confused...

    Quad SLI is 2 GTX295 cards, not 4. 3 separate cards is the most SLi supports (Tri-SLi), however the GTX295 doesnt work with that. 2 is the most GTX295 you can put in and still use SLi.



    +1. Two GTX295's is quad sli, since it is two GPU's together, I think.
  4. That was 2005. Welcome to 2009.

    Im telling you right now, you CANNOT use more than 2 GTX295 cards (4GPUs) in SLi. Yes, there are mobos that will hold 4 cards, but you cant put them in SLi. The cards lack the connections and drivers to do it.
  5. I know for a fact you can do 3 295s because I asked someone who knows about XFX products.
  6. LMAO, I dont care what your 'source' told you, nVida says that you can only SLi 2 GTX295
  7. MAshling said:
    I know for a fact you can do 3 295s because I asked someone who knows about XFX products.

    Was it one of your mates at school?
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