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What is a good sli combo, I have a palit right now, can't find a matching one.

Would like to stay 570's, what do you all think? MIld price pair!
post #2 of 10
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Is there a single card better than 2 570's?
post #3 of 10
You don't have to buy a Palit card to SLI your 570. You just need another 570 with the same amount of Vram. The only single Nvidia card that would outperform 2x570's would be a 590, but the performance increase would not be huge. Your best/cheapest upgrade would be to get another 570.
post #4 of 10
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well i had a evga 570 sli'd w my palit, but it just didn't work right. the palit was faster. should i hook up my lcd to the slower card slot?
and 2 of the same card looked better, but who's see's that.

the evga alone work fine, in sli it messed it up
post #5 of 10
Something seems wrong. Brand doesn't matter. Do they each have a different base clock? Which also really shouldn't matter. At least it doesn't with my 460's.
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i tought it evens out, the high clock card down clocks, right?
post #7 of 10
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i tought it evens out, the high clock card down clocks, right?

yes it happens automatically, thats why theres no reason why it wouldnt work.

Then again.. you didnt define your problem. What do you mean by "it didnt work right"?
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post #8 of 10
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comp would crash, and when i pulled the evga it worked fine, but with the evga it would play bf3 for 20-30 min.
post #9 of 10
Test each card, individually, in each slot. If they both work in both slots you may have a PSU issue.
post #10 of 10
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i tried both psu connector on both card and worked fine. psu is modules so i can always switch ports.
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