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Would a GTX 590 work on a non-SLI motherboard?

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5 minutes ago, Edgar R. Zakarian said:

My motherboard only supports crossfire. Would the SLI on the GPU work on this since it's a single-PCI slot card?

The card handles the dual-chips internally. You don't need SLI support to use it.

My motherboard only supports crossfire. Would the SLI on the GPU work on this since it's a single-PCI slot card?

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5 minutes ago, Edgar R. Zakarian said:

My motherboard only supports crossfire. Would the SLI on the GPU work on this since it's a single-PCI slot card?

The card handles the dual-chips internally. You don't need SLI support to use it.

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