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Old 09-24-08, 12:29 PM   #1
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Default Mix n' match

I am looking to build a number of 4-monitor workstations for work, and I have a question.

Can I mix and match cards? Like, if I install a Geforce GTX 260 and pair it up with a 6200 to drive the other two displays, will that work? Since SLI doesn't work in a quad-monitor setup, I don't see why not. Only one GPU is active, so why not pair it up with a much cheaper card to output the other two displays?
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Yes you can.
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