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Sli Bridge

SLI works regardless of whether or not the second, third, or fourth graphics card has a monitor connected to it. The cards take turns rendering frames. The SLI bridge allows the video cards to communicate with each other.

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Why do I need a sli or crossfire,I can't connect my monitor with two card.how can I have the full performance by getting one monitor connected with the sli?

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The bridge allows the graphics cards to communicate with eachother to increase performance by working together.


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SLI works regardless of whether or not the second, third, or fourth graphics card has a monitor connected to it. The cards take turns rendering frames. The SLI bridge allows the video cards to communicate with each other.


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