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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by pacart, May 31, 2015.

  1. pacart

    pacart New Member

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    The quetion is can you Sli A Nvidia 970 and a 980?.
     
  2. Djolovicl

    Djolovicl eTeknix Janitor Forum Mod

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    I don't think so, different chipsets cant work in in SLI.
     
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    No, But if you already have a 970 - Just grab another.

    For the sake of say £30-£50 more than a decent GTX980, 2 970's destroy it. I'm loving my SLi setup atm and can't wait for DX12 to appear. :D
     
  4. DmitriNabatov

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    No,
    & I think SLI or crossfire is not the best thing for normal gaming PC
     
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    No, Buy a single GPU is best choice rather than use SLI for your rig. In some case SLI only waste your money rather than improve your Rig performance. Go for 980 or 980 TI rather than make 970 SLI
     

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