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I have EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SE 1GB Superclocked(01G-P3-1367-TR). Do I need to get the exact card for SLI or can I use other cards?
Can someone list me the options for me to SLI?

Also what PSU do I need for SLI?
I have Ultra LSP750 750-Watt Power Supply right now.

Thanks!
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From what I hear, they both just have to be GTX 460 SE 1gbs... clock speeds will adjust to the lowest card. But I personally would get a 2nd of the original, same brand, etc..

That PSU should be able to handle it, but I personally don't trust Ultra for load intensive tasks that aren't in their X series.
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From what I hear, they both just have to be GTX 460 SE 1gbs... clock speeds will adjust to the lowest card. But I personally would get a 2nd of the original, same brand, etc..

That PSU should be able to handle it, but I personally don't trust Ultra for load intensive tasks that aren't in their X series.
How is GTX 460 SE SLI performance compare to GTX 460 SLI ?
I'm considering to sell my SE edition and get 2x regular EE edition.
Should I just get rid of SE and move on to EE?
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