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15-Feb-2012, 10:47 PM #1
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From a freind----

If I'm using SLI with a card such as the GTX 560Ti. Can I use a MSI card and a EVGA card? Or do I have to have the exact same brand?

-thanks for your answer! (if you leave one) (and also he didn't say, the cards have different core clocks)
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15-Feb-2012, 11:43 PM #2
Brands can be different and core/memory clocks can be different but the model has to be same; card has to be a 560 Ti.

For SLI you need a compatible motherboard and a pretty powerful power supply.
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