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Windows 7: Geforce GTX 780 TI SLI Question

09 Jul 2018   #1
bob112

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Geforce GTX 780 TI SLI Question

Hi I'm Looking to SLI my Graphics card its a NVIDA GeForce GTX 780 TI with 3GB and the Graphics card I'm looking to buy to SLI with mine is a EVGA NVIDIA GTX 780Ti SC 3GB DDR5 PCI-E Graphics Card with ACX Cooler so what I'm asking is will it SLI with mine? I'm sorry if this is a stupid question I mainly use my PC for Gaming and don't really venture inside it


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10 Jul 2018   #2
bob112

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bob112 View Post
Hi I'm Looking to SLI my Graphics card its a NVIDA GeForce GTX 780 TI with 3GB and the Graphics card I'm looking to buy to SLI with mine is a EVGA NVIDIA GTX 780Ti SC 3GB DDR5 PCI-E Graphics Card with ACX Cooler so what I'm asking is will it SLI with mine? I'm sorry if this is a stupid question I mainly use my PC for Gaming and don't really venture inside it

Edit of Quoted post: welp i can't see how to edit my post so i'm gonna have to do this instead
i've been looking online about SLI as i'm a first timer when it comes to SLI and i'm seeing a fair bit of negativity to SLI and am starting to wonder if it would be better to just upgrade to a gtx 1070 ti or a gtx 1080 ti? my motherboard is a asus maximus VII ranger if that helps
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21 Jul 2018   #3
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

There`s no real reason to SLI anymore, fewer and fewer games are supporting it. And there should no reason to have to SLI a 780 Ti. Are you having any issues ?

Either get 1 1080 Ti, or wait for the 1180 to hit the market. But the price for a 1080 Ti is still ridiculous.

Or even a 1080 would be fine.

EVGA - Products - Graphics - GeForce 10 Series Family - GTX 1080


But to answer question yes you can SLI 2 780 Ti`s. As long as the cards are the same series, you can run them in SLI.

I put 2 nvidia GTX 1080 Ti`s in my X299 build, but the bottom card rarely got used, so I pulled it, 1 1080 Ti is more than enough

Your 780 Ti is quite old now, I would just upgrade and sell it.
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