Originally Posted by JasonPC
He means he could use a 295 or 590 on a P45 because the SLI controller is on the card itself. But it still very much is SLI, just not on the motherboard. There is still processing overhead from AFR on those cards which is why a Sandy Bridge system is the way to go.
This.... while the 2 cards are implemented with 2 gpus in an sli configuration, it's not limited by the motherboard chipset.