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EK FC sli/crossfire Bridges:

-Dual Parallel/Series(serial): Slots #1 & #3
-Triple Parallel/Series(serial): Slots #1, #3, #5
-Dual-Triple spaced: Slots #1 & #5
-Quad Parallel: Slots #1, #3, #5, #7

As you can see its every other slot (except the dual-tripled space, it skips that middle #3 slot). If you have unused ports on the bridge, use the appropriate "blank" for either parallel or series/serial.

Check your mb before buying these bridges. If you have, for example, a mb w/ pcie slot #1 and slot #4, it wont work. Or, slot #1 and slot #6, etc. Always start counting from the first pcie slot from the top of your mb, if its every other (or odd) spaced slot, the bridges will work.

edit: make sure the blocks match or the bridge will not work
I am trying to understand what you are posting. My board. G1 Assassin, The first card is in the #3 from the top, and it is a dual card, so it takes slot 3 and 4. then the next card is in #7, so which one is the the one I want.
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post #7132 of 13773
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EK FC sli/crossfire Bridges:

-Dual Parallel/Series(serial): Slots #1 & #3
-Triple Parallel/Series(serial): Slots #1, #3, #5
-Dual-Triple spaced: Slots #1 & #5
-Quad Parallel: Slots #1, #3, #5, #7

As you can see its every other slot (except the dual-tripled space, it skips that middle #3 slot). If you have unused ports on the bridge, use the appropriate "blank" for either parallel or series/serial.

Check your mb before buying these bridges. If you have, for example, a mb w/ pcie slot #1 and slot #4, it wont work. Or, slot #1 and slot #6, etc. Always start counting from the first pcie slot from the top of your mb, if its every other (or odd) spaced slot, the bridges will work.

edit: make sure the blocks match or the bridge will not work
Dual parallel 3 slot is slots 1 & 4, not 1 & 5
Edited by ezveedub - 5/6/11 at 11:10pm
     
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So, with the top part of the card/slot is 3 and 7, which should I order? I only have two cards
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I am trying to understand what you are posting. My board. G1 Assassin, The first card is in the #3 from the top, and it is a dual card, so it takes slot 3 and 4. then the next card is in #7, so which one is the the one I want.
AFAIK, for a G1 Assasin, you need a triple SLI with block off plate. You're supposed to use slot 1 and 5 for PCIe x16 speeds, not 3 & 7. Those are x8 slots.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...tl=g30c101s873

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...tl=g30c101s873
     
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Dual parallel 3 slot is slots 1 & 4, not 1 & 5
tnx for the correction
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AFAIK, for a G1 Assasin, you need a triple SLI with block off plate. You're supposed to use slot 1 and 5 for PCIe x16 speeds, not 3 & 7. Those are x8 slots.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...tl=g30c101s873

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...tl=g30c101s873
Ok, I was counting the number of slots off the back of the case. But yes, I am using slots one and 3 on the mother board. so I do have the wrong one and i need to get a blank to fill in the middle. Correct
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It's been 5-6 months since I bought my RX360 kit. Now every single thing from the kit has been upgraded except for the Rasa CPU Block

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Just installed my new RX240 kit last night! Haven't done stress testing yet and I have to raise the rad above the case so the side door will close. Still, ass me please! =)

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Woah, I just found this thread. The Rasa kits seriously awesome! Least for some rookie like me starting out in water cooling Really glad to see this kit doing well in many computer systems. Can't wait to add additional parts and see how much more "ooomph" I can obtain
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Woah, I just found this thread. The Rasa kits seriously awesome! Least for some rookie like me starting out in water cooling Really glad to see this kit doing well in many computer systems. Can't wait to add additional parts and see how much more "ooomph" I can obtain
it is the 1 of the best starter kit u can have if ur just starting water cooling...and ull see a great difference on temps specially if ur rig is build for overclocking =)
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