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Would a EVGA Classified work with a EVGA SC 780 3gb?

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I have a classifed and want to SLI it with a SC 780 from EVGA.

Specs - I7 4790K and two GTX 770s. Soon to be upgrading!

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Both GTX780s? You should be fine, but you will have to OC the card to the OC clock speed of the other.

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Core i7-4770, Cryorig M9i Cooler, ASUS B85M GAMER, 8GB HyperX Fury Red 2x4GB 1866MHz, KFA2 GTX 970 Infin8 Black Edition "4GB", 1TB Seagate SSHD, 256GB Crucial m4 SSD, 60GB Corsair SSD for Kerbal and game servers, Thermaltake Core V21 Case, EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G2.

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i5-2500k OCed, Raijintek Themis, Intel Z77GA-70K, 8GB HyperX Genesis in grey, GTX 750 Ti, Gamemax Falcon case.

 

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Depends what classified card it is. If it's a 3GB 780 Classified, then yes, it will work as long as your board, PSU and CPU support SLI. 

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Cards work in sli as long as they are both based on the same gpu ( both 780's) , have the same amount of vram ( i assume both are 3gb) and are each running at pcie 8x

 

Linus did a video about it for more info.

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Cool, thanks guys. Will I be able to play at 1080p maxed out 4x msaa???

Specs - I7 4790K and two GTX 770s. Soon to be upgrading!

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