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gtx260 and gtx460 in SLI

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Hey, does will it work to sli 260 and 480?? And did i get better performance with those than with 5850/5870 ?

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You can't mix cards in SLI with Nvidia like you can with ATI, they must be same, like 2x260 or 2x460 ;x
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You can't sli a 260 and 460 together.
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Some smart ass will mention the hydra chip now xD
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Dude! Get a board with the hydra chip!
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But, my friend got 9800 and 465 in sli! he told me that 9800 does only physx.
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Well its not really sli... The Nvidia card has nothing to do with the ATI card. All it does is controls Phsyx
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They prob arent in sli, he just has the 9800 as a physx only card.
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What ati card? i wanna SLI those two cards:

gtx260
gtx460

Both are from nvidia, so they should work in p5n-e sli mobo, not?

So when i sli those, i will not get better perfomance?
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What ati card? i wanna SLI those two cards:

gtx260
gtx460

Both are from nvidia, so they should work in p5n-e sli mobo, not?

So when i sli those, i will not get better perfomance?
You cannot SLI those two cards. They have to be the same card. You can SLI 2x 260's or 2x 460's, but not a 260+460.

You can install both cards and use either one for PhysX (in games that support it) but usually the 260 would be used for this as the 460 is faster.
    
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