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So basically my friend has a standard 660 from EVGA and I'm replacing my Nvidia stock 660 Ti with something a little more powerful. My friend would be willing to buy the card off of me just to replace his but I'd like to know if he could put the two in SLI. Just to reiterate: Can you put a standard 660 and a 660 Ti in SLI?
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  1. You cannot, the 660 and the 660 Ti have different GPUs.
  2. I figured...oh well....what if I had a 2 GB 660 Ti and a 3 GB 660 Ti as well? This one isn't a serious question I'm just curious.
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    Reverend_Mason said:
    I figured...oh well....what if I had a 2 GB 660 Ti and a 3 GB 660 Ti as well? This one isn't a serious question I'm just curious.


    That would work but it will only use 2gb of VRAM.
  4. Ah..see now that you said it and I took a minute to think it actually hit me why it would only use the 2GB. Thanks.
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