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i have an evga 7950 gt and my buddy wants to sell his foxconn 7950gt...can i sli these same even tho they are a different manufacture?
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Yes. They might be set at different clock speeds, however. (which you can adjust to your liking)
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yes you can
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post #4 of 6
ya are there both 256 or 512
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I would test it first before you buy it. Hope it works!
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post #6 of 6
Yeah it will work, they have the same core, although if they have different vram amounts then it will use the least about. I.e. 256+256=512 in sli but 256+512=512 in sli and 512+512=1024 in sli.
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