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so i have a 560 se from evga and i just got a MSI N560GTX TI Twin FROZR II OC ... for free. i have a sli hb bridge i was also wondering in i could modify to work or would i need to get a sli cable.so would they just work together or are they do different .

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No, IIRC the GPUs need to be identical to be able to use SLI. The GTX 560 and GTX 560 Ti are different GPUs, so they cannot work together.

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Even IF they could work (they cannot because they're different GPUs) you'd need a ribbon cable, you cannot adapt a HB bridge to work.

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The GPUs have to be exactly identical models to work together in SLI.

Is it plugged in? Is it turned on? Are you sure? No, really. 

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they are both 1 gb the only thing is the clock speed right so would i be able to down clock the ti card?

 

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you said it cant be done

i have done the imposable 

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