i was thinking about getting a second GTX460 for SLI , and i know you have two link two same types of cards for SLI. but i was wondering if it had to be the exact same type of card as well. like could i link a soc version of a 460 from EVGA with a standard non-oc version from EVGA ? or would it have to be both non-oc / soc versions of the same card as well?
#157 - Q&A: Mixing Different Brand Video Cards
I don't mean to try and hijack this thread but what about the amount of memory on each card? e.g. a 768mb Asus gtx460 with a 1GB MSI gtx 460?
@7thsanctum Did you watch the video? It doesn't matter how much VRAM each card has, as long as the GPU(s) in each card are IDENTICAL.
This is from the FAQ on SLI Zone
The official answer is NO.. IE you cannot pair a GTX460 768MB with GTX460 1GB edition in SLI configuration.
Mixing the identical GPU with same memory buffer with different manufacture requires the 180 driver or newer to work.
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