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It is possible as long as the partitions replicate correctly and the destination drive is the exact same size or larger then the origin drive. You could use something like Acronis Disk Image or Easeus Partition Master Pro to clone from a HDD to a SSD of the same size. It won't be as clean as a fresh install of Windows on the SSD but should still work the same if the partitions are the same.
Claimed and picked up by DarkRyder.
Still available to a good home!
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If you want to game on all 3 of your 4K monitors in Nvidia Surround, you will need a second GTX 980Ti to get decent frame rates. Not as for gaming on the center 4K monitor and leaving the other monitors on your desktop, you will not see any real performance degradation as all of the graphics are only being generated on a single 4K monitor instead of all 3. It is the same as with 3 1080p monitors but with 4 times the amount of pixels.
I have a HAF XB 1st Gen. case that I need to get rid of since I am moving across the country. I open this to anyone in the Louisville, Kentucky area and the first person to claim it can have it. It is missing the 5.25" slot covers and 4 thumbscrews for the sides. Only available to people that can pick it up in the Louisville, Kentucky area.
I could have just given it to whoever. It's free gear that I could have just as easily sold but decided to give it way to people on this forum. There is no need to be upset or anything.
Exactly like that but make sure the USB boot option is enabled in the BIOS of the device you are installing Windows on.
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Should be fine for two GTX 980s in SLI but if you go for 3- or 4-way SLI, you will have some issues with the limited PCI-e lanes of both the Z87 and Z97 chipsets. It also depends on what CPU you are using as to if it will be able to keep up with the GTX 980s.
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