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Hey all, i bought a new system about a month ago but i wasn't all that happy with the graphics card. I'll be looking to pick up a 2k monitor sometime next year and i dont think my single gtx 770 will quite cut it for that resolution. So i'm thinking about picking up a second gtx 770 and running it in sli. However i'm not to sure about all the facts with sli and what works better/worse.

this is the current model i have,
and this is the one i'd be looking to upgrade to,

Now they have different ammount of memory and the manufacturers will have set different base clock speeds on their cards. I dont mind changing clock speeds manually but i'd rather not have to tamper with that kind of thing. So are these two compatible?

also i have a tx850 watt power supply from corsair and i'm not sure if that will be able to support two of the cards as the 770 runs on 600 watts.

Thanks for any help in advance.

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csm 3/1/1
daemons 1/0/0
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The new card you're looking to pick up does not support SLI. It's a beast of a card but won't work for what you want.

Anyway, if you're going to do SLI you should use 2 of the same cards. And by that i mean exactly the same, not just chip set. It'll save you many a headache then having 2 different cards.
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