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I am getting a second graphics card for an sli setup and was wondering whether getting 2 of the same brand will make for a more stable build.
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Not too sure, but I've been running my 560 Ti SLI setup for about 2 months with an MSI Hawk and a Galaxy card with no problems so far. I have the Galaxy card clocked to Hawk speeds and it's been very stable for me.
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According to nvidia, cards from different manufacturers can be put together in SLI even if they use different clock speeds. What is definately important is that the gpu types and memory sizes must be identical. The safest build would be to use the same manufacturer but even that doesn't guarantee that there won't be problems; and conversely using different card manufacturers does not imply that there will be problems. Not much help...sorry.
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