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General question concerning bridging cards

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by F1Technology, Jul 16, 2007.

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  1. F1Technology

    F1Technology Thread Starter

    Jul 15, 2007
    Hey there,

    I have a HIS Radeon 256mb IceQ Turbo installed atm and i was just wondering about bridging two cards together.
    First question: Do they have to be the same cards? EIther EXACTLY the same or same family or same speed or such?

    Is it easy to do? I have all the equipment n i have the chance to snag another card exactly the same as my current for free n was wonderring wether the hassle would be worth it? I did have 2 in my last one but it has been hit by a power surge n mate did it for me while i was overseas...

    Any thoughts? Either in general a for and against argument would be good.

    much appreciated!
  2. tecknomage


    Jun 21, 2007
    1) ask Radeon.

    2) they should be SLI spec, and most are PCI Express (aka E-PCI) although nVida has come out with AGP versions of some SLI cards.
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