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2-WAY SLI with 1 Standard Titan and 1 Superclock Titan - potential problems?

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So the place I ordered my 2nd Titan from, sent me a superclocked version instead of the standard EVGA version. Will I run into any potential problems if I run them for a 2-way SLI?

If yes, what can I do to alleviate the problem? Hopefully I don't have to exchange one of the cards.
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nope but they will run at the same frequency correct me if i am wrong please
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Same thing happened to me and my Titans are running fine. The only problem is overclock syncing. When I overclock my cards I have to do them seperate since their stock is different making the offset different when changing them.
    
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Originally Posted by MerkageTurk View Post

nope but they will run at the same frequency correct me if i am wrong please

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Originally Posted by HyperBCS View Post

Same thing happened to me and my Titans are running fine. The only problem is overclock syncing. When I overclock my cards I have to do them seperate since their stock is different making the offset different when changing them.

Thanks for the input fellas. I think I'll be rather happy with the two. Let me push the ruler and add a signature and hydro copper for a confused 4-way SLI =)
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ill trade you my regular for your sc tongue.gif
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It will work fine, they will also work at independent clocks.
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you could flash the same rom to each card bios

http://1pcent.com/?p=277
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you could flash the same rom to each card bios

http://1pcent.com/?p=277

+1, as long as you didnt pay extra for it, but it can go both ways. flash the new or old one, (might as well flash the old one to SC smile.gif
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