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apparantly all P55 chipsets can handle SLI but nvida is picky about the SLI stamp.

a recent revelation for me which has been driving me up the wall for the last 4 hours as there are so few SLI certified mobo's, with this opening up a world of freedom.

anyone know if you can SLI the Asus P7P55D-E?

 

thanks in advance.

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SLI is 95% done via software. There's some sort of way to get it to work even on crossfire only motherboards.

 

Or at least, this is what I have heard.

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SLI is 95% done via software. There's some sort of way to get it to work even on crossfire only motherboards.

 

Or at least, this is what I have heard.

Is this true even with my p45??

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this is why gigabyte a while back made all the boards SLI and Crossfire compatible because someone found a simple bios update told the nvidia drivers it could be installed. isn't this news almost a year old or am i missing something new?

 

edit: maybe im thinking about the 58x

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this is why gigabyte a while back made all the boards SLI and Crossfire compatible because someone found a simple bios update told the nvidia drivers it could be installed. isn't this news almost a year old or am i missing something new?

 

edit: maybe im thinking about the 58x

news to me, I may do this and get the two 260's for sli

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apparantly all P55 chipsets can handle SLI but nvida is picky about the SLI stamp.

a recent revelation for me which has been driving me up the wall for the last 4 hours as there are so few SLI certified mobo's, with this opening up a world of freedom.

anyone know if you can SLI the Asus P7P55D-E?

 

thanks in advance.

 

ATI Crossfire FTW!

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Go find man well (manual), It will tell you if its supports sli crossfire ect. and make sure you get the drivers from Nvidia latest and greatest. Good luck.

 

Edit: It looks like to to me as per Asus here say on there website. In fact it support Quad sli and X-Fire despite the fact it has three PCI-x-16 slots..... I know you can put two 5970's or 295s in it and make that happen but hey, I kidd.

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