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Linking a DDR2 memory graphics card with DDR3 SLI graphics card?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by hpb, Jan 4, 2010.

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  1. hpb

    hpb Thread Starter

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    Hi, I have a EVGA e-GeForce 7600GT 256 MB PCIe Video Card which supports the SLI technology allowing me to link up 2 or more graphics cards for greater performance. Now this card has DDR3 memory. I wanted to know if I can link it up with a DDR2 memory graphics card which also supports SLI. If I can, how will this difference affect performance?
     
  2. BG-0

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    Which card?? "A card with DDR3 memory", or "A thingy with a red switch on it" tell us just as much.
    But if it's not another 7600 GT you're trying to SLi, just forget it, especially if you're going to buy the other card.
     
  3. lilb

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    Ok bottom line if its not a 7600gt you can't and by the way you can only link 2 7600gt's together. also as BG-0 said are you buying this other card? then just buy a 7600gt ddr2, and make sure your powersupply can handle it.
     
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