Some of the complaints on the newegg reviews of the board are two way SLI setup is diminished to 16x/8x only. Question is, will the limitation of 16x/8x support Crosfire? Limited Edtion I would say so.
It has 4 PCIE 2.0 x16 slots that apparently run at 16x/8x/8x/4x for 3way SLI with PhysX.
Crossfire can run at x8/x8 like it does on P55 motherboards so I dont see why you couldnt crossfire on this motherboard. The only question is x16/x8 or x8/x8. EVGA did really design this motherboard for 3way SLI+physx and doesnt address anything else in the manual.
The four PCIE slots are designated as 4 (@ x16/x8/x4/x8). The board will not configure to 16x/16x SLI or Xfire if it is indeed supported. EVGA does not mention the MB's ability to support Xfire, but I would guess it does. Is there sucha Xfire config as 16x/8x? So the 16x slot is good at 16x 2.0 for a single card only. 888-880-3842
Strange decision really, considering the competition offer 16x/16x on their X58's. Heck, that's supposed to be one reason to go with an X58 chipset: to get that extra PCI-e bandwidth.
Yep. I would buy something that supports dual cards at 16x/2 2.0. I think there a lot of things MB Mfg's/distributors could do in the way of 'supported options' offered. l want to see a 785G chipset for my Socket 939 processors. The SLI supported socket 754 EPOX board I use is interesting in this regard.