Will GTX 275 co-op physx and other gtx 275 SLI?
So, if I were to have a GTX 275 co-op physx card and another regular gtx 275 would they be able to SLI? Do they make regular GTX 275 cards with the same amount of vram as a co-op card?
So, if I were to have a GTX 275 co-op physx card and another regular gtx 275 would they be able to SLI? Do they make regular GTX 275 cards with the same amount of vram as a co-op card?

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#1
Posted 04/23/2012 05:04 AM   
After reading this article, I kind of think that would be acceptable, seeing as how the memory and processors on the card are separate. I'm wondering if that means I can find a gtx275 w/ 896mb RAM just like the gtx275 cpu on the card gets 896mb ram while the gts250 gets 384mb ram...
What do you all think?
After reading this article, I kind of think that would be acceptable, seeing as how the memory and processors on the card are separate. I'm wondering if that means I can find a gtx275 w/ 896mb RAM just like the gtx275 cpu on the card gets 896mb ram while the gts250 gets 384mb ram...

What do you all think?

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#2
Posted 04/23/2012 05:27 AM   
Another question: Does having 2 GTX275 coops mean that one of the GTS250 processors will be sitting there doing nothing?
Another question: Does having 2 GTX275 coops mean that one of the GTS250 processors will be sitting there doing nothing?

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#3
Posted 04/25/2012 01:33 PM   
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