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1080 + 2080ti + 2080ti

RokasOnline
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Hello,

 

I'm planning on building a workstation pc and my question is: how many 2080ti's could I potentially put in the x299 rampage vi extreme motherboard? Is it possible to have 1080 + 2080 ti + 2080 ti, in a x299 rampage vi extreme motherboard, is there enough room/space between pcie lanes and other things? I want to buy 1080 now because of the price drop and I'll wait for rendering benchmarks before buying new RTX cards. I'd have two RTX in SLI and a single 1080. I'd like to use both rtx for gaming and all three of them while using rendering software.

 

Does this make sense?

 

Thank you

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That should be possible, as long as you don't get the triple slot 2080Ti cards.

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6 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

That should be possible, as long as you don't get the triple slot 2080Ti cards.

Sorry, I can't find more info about it on google. Branded 2080ti's (asus, evga, etc) are triple slot, founders edition is double slot, am I right? And how many triple slot cards can fit in x299 motherboards? Thanks

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Just now, RokasOnline said:

Sorry, I can't find more info about it on google. Branded 2080ti's (asus, evga, etc) are triple slot, founders edition is double slot, am I right? And how many triple slot cards can fit in x299 motherboards? Thanks

Founder's Edition is double slot, some aftermarket cards are double slot. I think XLR8's cards are double slot, but they're still long cards. EVGA should have some double slot, unless I got that mixed up.

 

You could fit 5 double slot cards on your board, 6 if you used a riser.

You're not going to get more than 2 triple slot cards on that board without risers.

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I have that motherboard and I also have an evga 2080 ti xc ultra and you will be able to fit only 2 rtx cards. 1080 wont fit with the rtx cards

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That many cards, you’d prolly want fe anyway. The more room the better. All gonna suffer with that spacing and output. 

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