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Originally Posted by jswizzy View Post
I'm sorry for the confusion guys. Of course I know that any video card will fit into a PCI express slot. To reiterate I was wondering if any part of the motherboard's components would get in the way of a large gpu like a 6950 because of its small form factor.

If not i'm going to buy it right now and stick a 6950 in that badboy.

BTW is there anything I'd be losing out on by getting a microATX board like this one?
Here is my Sapphire 6950 2GB in an ASUS P8P67-M Pro.



Everything fits "well." Im using a Cooler Master Scout and I did run into some problems. Before installing the GPU, I had to plug in all my SATA cables in. I had to wire the mobo 24pin cable over the GPU.
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wow nice setup virus86. looks like my setup will be very similar to yours. ^^

Do you think its possible to stick another 6950 (for crossfire setup) into your motherboard with minimal heat issues?

Why i ask is because I want to get the cheapest board I can that will allow me to go 6950 Crossfire in the future without having to buy a new mobo.
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I have no idea. I would like to do it in the future, but I will have to mod my case (remove part or all of my hard drive cage). The manual says to install the 2nd GPU in the white PCIe x16 slot so they can run at 8x/8x. I would install it in the bottom most PCIe x16 slot for better airflow and I wont have to toss out my tv tuner, but it will run at x16/x4. (bad performance? would a crossfire cable be long enough?)
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