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    Hi I have a Galaxy GTX 460 and I was appearing online if they had any other 460s Galaxys and they only have the 768 mb one in stock so I was guessing of including another brand 460 1 GB will it operate or no? potential EVGA?

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    Well you decidedly have the correct suggestiom by suit the VRAM. If you don't it will throttle down to the lower amount. It's more significant to suit VRAM and of course you HAVE to match GPU model, but brand, heck, you can use any brand you require.You may also need to conceive an External Exhaust design, which only EVGA makes, esp if your MB and case need mounting the GPUs close unitedly, in which case heat can build up and interior temps rise a fair bit. Another choice is to try and improve your case's air flow by including a side fan aimed correct at the GPUs.

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    There's at least five 1155 Giga MBs that apply P67, and another that's over $300 that I'm accepting isn't the one you got. Which one of these is it? You actually ought to moot gathering your PC spec info and laying it in a sig. It would make it a lot simple for people to solution your quarry.

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    I guess it's the UD4 (first one), since I can't detct ratification in the manual for the other one to indicate that it even supports SLI (8x, 8x), and few forum chat I've read says it doesn't. The UD4 does support 8x, 8x SLI though. When you appear at the layout sketch of each MB's manual, the UD4 model view the top Pci-Ex slot labeled as 16x (also does 8x), and the bottom as 8x. The UD3P's manual view the top one as 16x, and the bottom one as 4x.

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    I don't guess the GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 is supportive to dual graphics GPUs period. As far as I can tell the 2nd big Pci-Ex slot is fixed to 4x bandwidth. It must be few brain fart of Giga's to make a board with 2 full size Pci-Ex slots that only actually supports operating one GPU for graphics, and one for PhysX.

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