Termaltake TR2 RX 750W
AX 11V V2.3 & EPS 12V 2.91
80 Plus Bronze
1465GB Seagate ST1500DL003-9VT16L ATA Device (SATA) 32 °C
ASUS DRW-24B1ST c ATA Device
Realtek High Definition Audio
My question is... Can I support SLI with the above Motherboard? I know that my Graphics Card can Support it, but I am curious as to if I can support any of SLI. I noticed a very large difference in performance when I started gaming with my 1920x1080p Acer Monitor. Things seemed a lot more choppy, in a sense. So, I am looking to upgrade my Graphics System. I have no interest in spending more money on another Graphics Card and just letting this one go to waste.
Would SLI Support help me if I were to buy another Graphics Card that is the same model as the mentioned one above? Do I need a new Power Supplies to run SLI? What do I need besides another graphics card? Will it run a lot faster and smoother? What are the perks and cons?
I know I am asking a lot, but I have to start from somewhere. Someone, please give me an idea.
Thank you so much for your assistance and time, and thank you for sharing your knowledge,
Thank you so much for the links and reply. I see that this is a pretty dangerous Power Supply that I am running. Especially for SLI Support. Can I still run SLI with the two videos cards at the 750 Wattage or do I just generally need a new Power Supply, because of what hardwaresecrets.com specifies? Is there a specific Power Supply that you recommend?
The gtx 460 (768 MB) in sli would pull about 433W, but if you're stressing the CPU also, you're looking to add ~100W. http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforce-gtx-460-sli-revie...
The 12V rail (which your GPU runs off of) starts (or at least somewhere around) to fail under 77.9% load or 583W. You can run 2 gtx 460 in sli with a 750W or even only a 600-650 W psu. Yours may be able to run it, but for how long is anybody's guess. Way too risky, with that PSU IMO.
Here's a couple of recommended PSU's
PC P&C 600 W ($90, $70 after MIR) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...