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I have 2x XFX 6600GT ( PV-T43G-NDF3). Both Purchased from Newegg. I have them SLI'ed right now. However, under games such as battlefield 2 and call of duty 2, the computer just crashes.

 

They are same cards with same part number. However I realized that one of them has Ver. E.1 and the other has Ver C.3 on it.

 

What is the difference between the two?

 

Is the difference whats making it crash?

 

Can I download a bios somewhere and flash them to identical BIOS?

 

I'd appreciate your help

 

BTW I'm not using the bridge connector. Is that the problem?

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I have 2x XFX 6600GT ( PV-T43G-NDF3). Both Purchased from Newegg. I have them SLI'ed right now. However, under games such as battlefield 2 and call of duty 2, the computer just crashes.

 

They are same cards with same part number. However I realized that one of them has Ver. E.1 and the other has Ver C.3 on it.

 

What is the difference between the two?

 

Is the difference whats making it crash?

 

Can I download a bios somewhere and flash them to identical BIOS?

 

I'd appreciate your help

 

BTW I'm not using the bridge connector. Is that the problem?

thats what the bridge is for to connect the 2 cards togeather.

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I have 2x XFX 6600GT ( PV-T43G-NDF3). Both Purchased from Newegg. I have them SLI'ed right now. However, under games such as battlefield 2 and call of duty 2, the computer just crashes.

 

They are same cards with same part number. However I realized that one of them has Ver. E.1 and the other has Ver C.3 on it.

 

What is the difference between the two?

 

Is the difference whats making it crash?

 

Can I download a bios somewhere and flash them to identical BIOS?

 

I'd appreciate your help

 

BTW I'm not using the bridge connector. Is that the problem?

you need the bridge man how els is it to work?

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