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Well, now that Crysis 3 has shown me even my GTX 670 can't quite stay at 60 fps on very high settings, now's the time for me to think about getting a 2nd GTX 670 for my system. My concern however, is this: I am very interested in purchasing this card here made by Galaxy

However, the current video card I own is made by EVGA and is this card here.

They both have the same clock rates, same memory size, and as far as I can tell the only difference is obviously different design and different manufacturer. Would these two cards work together in SLI? Or would they be incompatible due to being different manufacturers? Thanks.
 

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Yes, these cards are completely able to be put in SLI.

The only real difference is the heatsink over the chipset, the GPU is the same and therefor can be paired with that of itself. No matter the manufacturer or look.
 

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Originally Posted by KingRevoker View Post

Yes, these cards are completely able to be put in SLI.

The only real difference is the heatsink over the chipset, the GPU is the same and therefor can be paired with that of itself. No matter the manufacturer or look.
Thanks, that's all I needed to know.
 
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