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Maybe this will prompt the green team to drop the 790 I bet they're sitting on. I REALLY hope it's a dual 780 ti, and not just dual 780. Otherwise, I won't be able to justify the upgrade from my 780 ti. I want 2 GPU's in an ITX lol.
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The real problem here is that Nvidia can still launch a 790 with 780TI levels of DP and sell it for $1500 in which case it will easily outsell the 295X2.

I don't think there is room for more Kepler cards lol
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Maybe this will prompt the green team to drop the 790 I bet they're sitting on. I REALLY hope it's a dual 780 ti, and not just dual 780. Otherwise, I won't be able to justify the upgrade from my 780 ti. I want 2 GPU's in an ITX lol.

Titan Z anyone? tongue.gif
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I have a bit of a side question: how do dual GPU cards work in games that don't use crossfire/SLI? Will both the GPUs work or no? I've always assumed only one will work.
    
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I have a bit of a side question: how do dual GPU cards work in games that don't use crossfire/SLI? Will both the GPUs work or no? I've always assumed only one will work.

The game will just use one core then.
    
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I have a bit of a side question: how do dual GPU cards work in games that don't use crossfire/SLI? Will both the GPUs work or no? I've always assumed only one will work.

The driver may try to force some sort of workaround to use two (such that both run in low usage), but the typical response is just one GPU core will be used.
    
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Most unsupported games can be forced to use it. Practically most games were unsupported the first years of SLI. That's how they worked.

Splitting modes data routing is not rocket science. Each card just gets part of the screen.

They only need to have a full view of the game, that's why they can't use half the vram.
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post #68 of 72
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You guess your knowledge of video cards is limited.....

290X cannot do 144Hz X 5 monitors. Max it can do is 100Hz... I know I have the setup.

and 4 290X's cannot fit in my computer..... Z87 Sabertooth motherboard

Is that standard nickle plated plumbing copper pipe (15mm?) or some ridiculously priced watercooling pipe?
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Is that standard nickle plated plumbing copper pipe (15mm?) or some ridiculously priced watercooling pipe?

12mm copper straight pipe from mcmaster's that has been chrome plated. if your looking at doing this PM me and ill help ya out
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12mm copper straight pipe from mcmaster's that has been chrome plated. if your looking at doing this PM me and ill help ya out
ah 12mm. Not going to try watercooling anytime soon but when I do might as well go with this look. Not many on the finnish forums have done it.
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