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GTX680 SLI

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After i build my pc in 2011 i've stopped putting effort in it. But I just got two gtx 680 reference for 150 total.
Problem is my mobo doesnt support SLI, its an p67 asrock pro3 board.

At the moment I have just one running and haven't been able to SLI which i really wanted frown.gif.
The temps are ok, but was looking for a new heatsink/cooler.

My first question:
Should i upgrade the mobo and sli these two, or sell one and be done with it, or upgarde system all together.

Second question: would a non-reference cooler (evga, asus, msi) fit on these cards, or what options do i have (I was looking at GELID icy)

Thank you for the help
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Intel Core i5 2500k @ 4.7GHz 1.4V Asrock P67 PRO3 RX 480 2x 4GB Crucial @ 2133MHz 9-9-9-27 
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850 EVO 250GB Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Dell SX2210 + HP w2207h XFX Pro 550w 
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My desk 
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How long do you plan to keep them ? I'd sell one and use just one as SLI isn't worth it. Besides, you'd recoup some of that cost.
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