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if im playing a non SLI support game,

will my sli'ed gtx 560 Ti rig still works if im using an i5 2500k? compared to a single 560 Ti card?
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  1. Best answer
    Yes, the secondary card will just remain in idle mode.
  2. ^Agree.
    If you're playing a non SLi-supported game, then your second card would just sit at idle, without getting engaged in the game.
  3. ok,
    phew, thankfully i went for a single GTX 560 Ti...
    later ill upgrade it to GTX 670...
    single card setup is much better, depends on the game im playing..
    :/
  4. http://www.geforce.com/games-applications/

    but, here's a majority list of games that i wanted to play.. :/
    GTX 560 Ti SLI or non SLI for Max Payne?
  5. Max Payne is a nicely coded game from rockstar for PC, so it should work fine on a single 560Ti.
  6. Gman450 said:
    Max Payne is a nicely coded game from rockstar for PC, so it should work fine on a single 560Ti.


    thing is, will GTX 560 Ti non sli max all and 4x msaa on a 1600 x 900?
  7. 1depp1 said:
    thing is, will GTX 560 Ti non sli max all and 4x msaa on a 1600 x 900?

    It should, yes, especially at that resolution. You'd still get around 40-50 IMO.
  8. Gman450 said:
    It should, yes, especially at that resolution. You'd still get around 40-50 IMO.


    40 - 50 fps...hmmm
    quite ok, but...i think imma sell my gtx 560 ti n get a gtx 670..
    rather than sli my gtx 560 ti..

    thx 4 ur opinion though gman...

    later when i get my hands on dat Palit GTX 670 Jetstream, ill post pics on this forum!
  9. Nice!
    Keep us updated. :)
  10. Best answer selected by 1depp1.
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