Combine one 4GB GTX680 with a 2GB GTX689 SLI? Tags: Graphics Cards RAM SLI Graphics Last response: January 2, 2013 4:25 PM in Graphics & Displays Share HyperX January 2, 2013 4:22:04 PM Is it possible to combine a GTX680 SOC 2GB with a GTX680 FTW 4GB in SLI to get 4GB of GDDR5 RAM? Thanks for your answers More about : combine 4gb gtx680 2gb gtx689 sli | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Reply to HyperX Register or log in to remove maxinexus Graphics card Expert January 2, 2013 4:25:17 PM Yes. No problem. The system will be limited by the slower card ...that is it. | Report abuse Reply to maxinexus Derza10 Graphics card Authority January 2, 2013 4:25:26 PM No, when you sli it can only use the amount of ram of the lowest card. So that sli setup will let you use 2GB. You will have no problem SLI'ing the two cards but you will still be limited to 2GB of vram. | Report abuse Reply to Derza10 Ask the community Post an answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Graphics & Displays>Combine one 4GB GTX680 with a 2GB GTX689 SLI?> Related ressources: ForumCombine one 4GB GTX680 with a 2GB GTX689 SLI ? ForumCombine one 4GB GTX680 with a 2GB GTX680 SLI ? ForumTwo 2gb 670 Vs. One 4gb 670? Please help! Forum2Gb for the gtx680 isn't a bit low ? ForumGTX-670 SLI , GTX-680 SLI , or GTX 690 (Which one ) ForumGTX690 SLI vs GTX680 4GB SLI ForumShould I get 4GB or 2GB GTX 670s? ForumGTX680 4gb vs 2gb vs HD 7970 6gb vs 3gb ForumGTX680 4GB or orher card? Forum4gb Gtx680 within a month and price? Forum3 monitor 5760 x 1200: Single GTX 670 4GB VRAM vs SLI GTX 670 2GB VRAM ForumEVGA GTX680 4GB CLASSFIED vs SAPPHIRE TOXIC 6GB 7970 Forum670 v 680 v 7970/ 4gb v 3gb v 2gb ForumGTX680 vs GTX670 w/ 4gb vram Forum4GB 670 or 2GB 680 ForumMSI 680, 2GB or 4GB ? ForumSide fan question - Gigabyte GTX680 SOC ForumGtx 680 2gb or 4gb ?! ForumNeed Guidance Forum[Solved] Palit jetstream gtx670/680 2gb More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !