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DFI Ultra-D with 2 8800 GTS 512

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Been awhile from the scene for a LOOOONG time just upgraded to a 512 MB 8800gts and a 600 watt OCZ SLI power supply.

 

 

Bought crysis and like to say it has incredible detail love the graphics.

 

 

Though I want to try to SLI this mofo up but not sure if both cards will fit and/or make the cards overheat being so close together.

 

My MB is SLI modded.

 

Anyone have this sort of setup running fine? Is the Power suplly enough juice?

 

Like I said its been a while, thanks in advance.

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That power supply should be good enough, but right at the borderline. OCZ makes great power supplies and when mine took a dump on me, they were kind enough to ship me this 700 watt in place of the 600 I had. Good luck and post up your results when you get it up and running.

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It will fit but the top card is morelikely going to run hotter during operations since there is really no space between the two cards on that motherboard...

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It will fit but the top card is morelikely going to run hotter during operations since there is really no space between the two cards on that motherboard...

 

 

Yeah thats what i was kind of worried about but gonna give it a shot anywho, should be ordering another card next week along with a higher res monitor 1900x1200 to put all that juice to work.

 

Usually have the side of my comp open and i'll probably just place a fan next to it, don't really mind the noise when i have everything cranked up.

 

I will post back on how it all works out, thanks again.

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Hence the reason I love my Antech 900 case. I have the 120mm fan on the side blowing directly onto the video card. I should be okay for when I do the SLI mod to my board and throw 2 8800 GTS's in there.

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