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post #11 of 17
U r fine with GS600 . If u not want then send it to me .

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post #12 of 17
Sorry, i just want to add.. Maybe GS600 have enough watt for GTX460 SLI. But how about the power connector to the cards. GS600 only have 2 power connectors. However GTX460 SLI needs 4 power connector.
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post #13 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by sams View Post
Sorry, i just want to add.. Maybe GS600 have enough watt for GTX460 SLI. But how about the power connector to the cards. GS600 only have 2 power connectors. However GTX460 SLI needs 4 power connector.
It's OK to use Molex-to-PCIe adapters in those cases. It doesn't look very nice but it works.
post #14 of 17
I was going to ask the same question for me planning to go SLI with my GTX 550ti ... I have it OC'ed to 1Ghz... I have 2 PCI-E connectors... so I guess I would need molex to PCI connectors right?
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how many power connectors does 550 needs??
if it needs 4, 6 pin then allocate one 6 pin per gpu and use molex converters for the other individual slots left on each card...
post #16 of 17
If I recall correctly... I believe its just one PCI-E conenctor.
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post #17 of 17
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If I recall correctly... I believe its just one PCI-E conenctor.
if it needs just one 6 pin pci-e connector then no problem at all..

the gs 600 has 2 6+2 pin power connectors so u won't be needing molex converters
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