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I've been into computers for almost 10 years only this recent year is when I started getting into the higher end specs and I want to make sure of some information before I spend some serious money I can't get back.
First using this motherboardand two of these graphics cards will there be enough air flow to cool it in intense gaming sessions?
 

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Fail on my part put a reply for another thread here
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your graphics link doesn't work
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As said, we can't see your graphics cards
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I have had 2 motherboards with the same spacing for the pci-e slots, and both were perfectly fine for dual 4850s, and GTX 460s. I don't have a second 6950, so I can't really test something more high end. I know that there are people running high end cards and they don't have any space in between the cards. You want to make sure your case has good air flow for any graphics card, even lower-mid end cards like 6770's, and 560 non ti.
 

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