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Quadro 6000 and Titan in one same rig?

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Hi everyone, I plan in getting a 4770k and get a gpu with it. It's going to be a gaming and processing. Can I get a Titan and a Quadro 6000 inside, and then use one or the other whenever i need them. and in the future can I have a Quadro Sli and a Titan Sli in the same rig. thank you
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If they will both run off the same driver(s), then yes, though it will be a reboot and BIOS changes to switch cards.
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Oh ok thank you, i guess thats okay, if My board has switches to turn off and on pcie switches, can i just turn one of and the other on?
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Oh ok thank you, i guess thats okay, if My board has switches to turn off and on pcie switches, can i just turn one of and the other on?

Good luck finding such a motherboard. I never heard of that "feature".
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Good luck finding such a motherboard. I never heard of that "feature".
The ASUS MAXIMUS V EXTREME did it, and since he is going LGA 1150 I would assume he is using a ASUS MAXIMUS VI EXTREME which also supports this function.

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I'm going to go with the z87x-oc from Gigabyte. It also has it.
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I'm going to go with the z87x-oc from Gigabyte. It also has it.

If this function actually works & allows specific pcie lanes to be shut off to allow the other gpu to be used, this is something I've been waiting for a long time thinking.gif
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If this function actually works & allows specific pcie lanes to be shut off to allow the other gpu to be used, this is something I've been waiting for a long time thinking.gif

It does work like that, The intended purpose is to disable the unused lanes to increase overclock and power to GPUs. Correct me if i'm wrong but that's what I've seen them used for.
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Originally Posted by xhaloedx View Post

It does work like that, The intended purpose is to disable the unused lanes to increase overclock and power to GPUs. Correct me if i'm wrong but that's what I've seen them used for.

So I'm guessing that if I'm using a workstation & gaming gpu, I will have to disable the desired pcie lane & reboot so I'll be using the gpu that is needed... thinking.gif I'm gonna have to investigate this more closely.
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post #10 of 10
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Me too, I'm going to investigate more on this, I don't know about the turning it off part, i was thinking mayne you just need to plug the display cable (hdmi, vga etc) to the one you want to use. But well I don't know.
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