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Well.... Its freezing in my apt... So I decided today would be the BEST day to run a tri-sli 260 set-up. All my cards are seated properly. I have an Evga SSC card in the top sli spot. And an xfx vanilla in the middle and another Evga vanilla in the bottom. I've restarted an installed drivers twice. No matter what sli bridge (regular or tri) I have in.... I am only able to set up a regular sli. All the cards have been tested and have worked as they should. Any Ideas will be entertained. Otherwise I'm just going to leave the Evga cards in in an sli set-up. Thanks... Solving of this problem be appreciated.... But remember I was only doing this as a way to get more heat.

Resolved... Bottom gpu was out a little.

Edited by Gen. Gustav Zenlav - 2/1/11 at 6:29pm
    
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