Dell XPS 730x Tags: Prebuilt Dell Studio Xps Dell Systems Last response: December 20, 2012 3:54 AM in Systems Share steelviper December 19, 2012 6:38:10 PM Whats up everybody....in 2009 i ordered a Dell XPS 730x, specs are I7 965 Extreme 3.2 ghz Radeon 4870x2 2gb 1000w Dell power supply 300gb velociraptor hdd 500gb WD Black hdd 6gb ram The processor and chipset are water cooled. I payed $6000 for this toy,my question is can my motherboard handle two GTX 680's? This is a Dell board im sure.Thanks for any feedback More about : dell xps 730x djosbun December 19, 2012 7:44:53 PM I wouldn't see why not. If you're already running two Radeon cards, and you have a big power supply, no real reason why it wouldn't work. m 0 l steelviper December 20, 2012 3:54:22 AM the 4870x2 is on a single card with 2 cores m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SABERTOOTH Z77 in Dell XPS 730X? Forum Dell XPS 730x (570gtx SLI) problems Forum Noctua Fans in Dell XPS 730x Forum New Dell XPS 730x Gaming PC. What do you think? Forum SolvedNew build using XPS 730x case 2600k Forum Need to upgrade dell 730x Forum Dell 730x psu Forum Dell 730x Motherboard Replacement for i7 965 Extreme Forum Dell 435 or 730x for audio recording etc. Forum Dell 730x I7 920 H2C, Overheating? Forum SolvedDell studio xps 8100 video card upgrade Forum SolvedWhich Upgrades first? Dell XPS Special Edition Forum SolvedWant to UPGRADE a 2006 Dell XPS 710 Forum SolvedBest SSD for DELL XPS L502X from this list Forum Solvedtemnporary question would a dell xps 420 with i think 425watt psu power 280x Forum SolvedDell XPS 8500 max CPU? Forum SolvedUtilizing additional fan hookup on Dell xps 8700 motherboard Forum SolvedDell XPS 8500 PSU Upgrade HELP! Forum SolvedEVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB FTW with EVGA ACX compatible with my pci e x16, as in first generation on a dell studio xps Forum Solvedwill these fit in my dell xps 8700 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !