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Is there Sandybridge Motherboard able to use SLI (two GPU) plus Physx?

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I m see many motherboard i m not sure about this, I see Asus Maximus Extreme, say SLI enabled and Tri-SLI, I dont see anything about Physx, I checked out EVGA P67 SLI, there say SLI Plus Physx but no Tri-SLI

Strange... mmm I have GTX-470, GTX-260 (physx) and in future I ll get second GTX-470 to become SLI with GTX-260 Physx, will this working for Maximus VI Extreme?? but surely will work on EVGA P67 SLI but for sure no Tri-SLI, but i m drool over Maximus VI Extreme (it got nice heatsink around the CPU Area), anybody know about it?
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I think you might run out of lanes dude.
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@Dyson Poindexter I may run out of lanes??? Maximus VI Extreme has four PCIE-16, only it fit for three GPU, I see there SLI is on 1-4 Slot, Tri-SLI on 1,3,5 Slots, so I dont think im run out of lane? I got two Gpus GTX-470 and GTX-260 right now.

I m just wonder cause I m trying to Save GTX 260 for Physx if there impossible then I have to buy other second or/and third GTX 470 to run on SLI/Tri-SLI

I only want to know is possible to use Physx on Maxmius VI Extreme

so now u tell me that I m run out of Lane means Impossible for me to put Physx?
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Yes, the Maximus IV Extreme is tri-SLI compatible. Here's the review. Also, you can check out the Gigabyte P67A UD7...you can Google that review for yourself biggrin.gif
Edited by drBlahMan - 1/10/11 at 2:46pm
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