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November 10, 2010 7:08:42 PM

Hello, I have been running 3 screens off of 2 nvidia graphics cards for a while until one of the cards broke. What I would like to know is do I have to use another nvidia card or can I use an ATI one? I haven't been connecting the SLI bridge and so wasn't sure if this setup counted as SLI or not.

Any thoughts would be helpful as well as recommended graphics cards for around £100


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November 10, 2010 7:32:56 PM

cards can run in sli w/ or w/out the bridge - either way a s radeon card or nvidia card will get all three running now days depending on whether or not the card has 3 outputs, the only drawback is that those fancy features are not accessible (sli/ 3d/ surround gaming) when running one card (from nvidia).

5770s are good at that price point, and so are 460s