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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Sporadic E
The SLi bridge connection is closer to back of the card (by the back of your case). Put a pic of that and we will be able to tell you if it can do SLi. Just take the same pic you put up bfor but move the camera about 2or 3 inches toward the back.

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it can run SLI W/O the bridge
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maybe a Xpertvision, i know they made 512mb 6600's
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i found xpertvision and palit very similar and i bet its the same company.
but my vga isnt very similar to their 6600...
    
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post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
it can run SLI W/O the bridge
Did not know that. Do not have SLi here so that si good info for the info bank.

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post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by Sporadic E
Did not know that. Do not have SLi here so that si good info for the info bank.

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yes BUT it is def better to use the SLI bridge.
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i knew that,its because the bandwith,the6600 isnt so pwrful to require the sli connector.it is connected through the pici-e.6600gt and above gpus require the connector
    
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