i was wondering if my motherboard is able to 3 way sli with the nvidia geforce gtx 560 se. why these low end budget graphics cards, because i bought one awhile ago and my friends buddy is going to give me his since he's upgrading. And i was thinking what if i were to buy another and 3 way sli. My motherboard is a Asus P8Z68-V Pro Gen 3 can it 3 way sli. Also i would like to know how many watts would i need or what kind of power supply to do the 3 way sli with those graphic cards. And if anyone would know the performance or benchmark if 3 Nvidia Geforce gtx 560 se were sli together.
core i5 2500k sandy bridge
asus p8z68-v pro gen 3
I see 2 major problems here 1. The GTX 560 SE only supports 2-way SLI, the only gtx 560 thats supports 3 way SLI is he gtx 560 Ti with 448 cores 2. Im faily certain the motherboard only supports 2 way or 4way(dual gpu cards) in SLI. If it supported 3 way it would have came with the needed sli bridge.
thanks alot for reply...yeah my motherboard only came with 1 sli. I also had another question, what would the performance be if i sli 2 nvidia gtx 560 se. I figure it wouldn't even be that great but would it make a significant difference having 2 560 se rather than 1.