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2gb 4gb underclock for SLI?

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I have these two Asus 960's I've had for quite some time. One is 2gb and the other is 4gb, I was wondering if it's possible to overclock one or underclock one for SLI.

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6 minutes ago, XThatOneGuyX said:

I have these two Asus 960's I've had for quite some time. One is 2gb and the other is 4gb, I was wondering if it's possible to overclock one or underclock one for SLI.

I think you are limited in VRAM by the lowest card. It should work but I think its a sketchy solution.

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I'm fairly certain it's impossible (thanks to nvidia) to SLI cards with different vram amounts

 

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I dont think you can SLI cards with different VRAM config even though they have the same core. Besides, running different clock speeds doesnt affect activation of SLI, though it might cause stutter if the difference is large.

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