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(Solved) - Can an AMD FX 4100 handle SLI GTX 550 ti?

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  • Started 1 year ago by ShadowSlayer451
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ShadowSlayer451
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Ok, so I currently only have 1 GPU (EVGA GeForce GTX 550 ti); and I'm considering getting a second one. As the title suggests, I'm wondering if my CPU would handle both using SLI. Would there be any issues such as bottlenecking or anything like that? Any help/advice is much appreciated. Thanks :D

PS, I'm still kinda new to the whole custom PC thing.

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ronniesonora
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ShadowSlayer, I think it would depend more on your PSU and your mother board.

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ShadowSlayer451
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I know the motherboard is capable, I bought it it knowing it was SLI/CrossFire ready. Same with the PSU. I don't have to really worry about bottle-necking or anything like that?

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ronniesonora
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If your psu and mother board are cross fire ready, then you should be good to go.

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ShadowSlayer451
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Ok, cool. Just wanted to make sure before I made the purchase haha. Thanks for the help mate

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