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MSI P67A-G45 (B3) P67 ATX LGA1155 DDR3 2PCI-E16 3PCI-E 2PCI CrossFireX SATA3 USB3 Motherboard

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   Part #: P67A-G45 (B3)
Subject: SLI?
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Brett_T Mar 17, 2011 08:56 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Title claims this board has SLI and CrossFire, but the description and manufacturer's website says it has CrossFire and SLI is N/A. What does that mean?

Topic URL: http://forums.ncix.com/forums/topic.php?id=2331240

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Bastian Mar 17, 2011 09:04 AM Reply | Bookmark
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It doesn't do SLI, it's Crossfire only. The title is wrong.

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Gamer Guy Mar 17, 2011 09:10 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Edit: I just realized I misread the OP. I thought you said Crossfire was N/A to. My bad. SLI patch may still apply though.

It says SLI is N/A. (Non Applicable) Crossfire is a Y (Yes) Hybrid Crossfire is N/A. Hybrid Crossfire is using an integrated GPU with a stand alone card, not normal Crossfire.

It also has the ATI Crossfire logo, but no SLI logo, so Crossfire is guaranteed, SLI may possibly be hackable. (Though I have never tried it myself. See below link.)

http://www.slipatch.com/

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PLaStrOL™ Mar 17, 2011 09:27 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Bastian: are you sure? I think this board will work with the SLI hack. Google it

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ASharp™ Mar 17, 2011 09:27 AM Reply | Bookmark
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It says N/A for SLI support on the page but if you take a closer look at the product image, it says "True PCI-E 2.0 SLI & CrossfireX" on the PCB right below the first PCIe x16 slot.

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ASharp™ Mar 17, 2011 09:29 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Delete Image. Please use this feature thoughtfully.  Report this image 

Picture for those too lazy to look.

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Gamer Guy Mar 17, 2011 09:32 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Well isn't that a head scratcher.

I'd say it has to support it with that on there. How odd!

Greg, Chris, Linus?

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Bastian Mar 17, 2011 09:33 AM Reply | Bookmark
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It might work, but imho if you're going to hack a board just to get the SLI why not just get a board that DOES the SLI? The Manufacturer says it's not available, if you want to argue with them go ahead, I'm just saying what they're saying.

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PLaStrOL™ Mar 17, 2011 09:44 AM Reply | Bookmark
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touché sir, touché.

I suppose the only reason for it would be if you were really hooked on a particular board, or if you had bought the board initially with an Nvidia card and decided suddenly that you wanted to SLI..

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Gamer Guy Mar 17, 2011 09:48 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Ah, but that above pic adds a new twist. The manufacturer says it's not supported on their site, yet their board itself says it does both.
Shoddy marketing FTC! (For the confusion)

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Matthew_B Mar 20, 2011 08:31 PM Reply | Bookmark
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"Actual product may not be exactly as shown"

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Linus * NCIX Mar 22, 2011 01:09 AM Reply | Bookmark
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The G43 and G45 both support SLI.

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Daniel_M Mar 23, 2011 10:38 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Linus;

I also bought this board recently; and while I do not plan on running SLI at the moment am still interested to know if it's possible (without hacking). MSI's site seems to indicate SLI is not possible, however "True SLI" is printed directly on the PCB. If this board is SLI capable does it run in 8x-8x or some other wierd configuration like 16x-4x etc. Thanks in advance for the clarification.

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tkooy May 30, 2011 09:52 AM Reply | Bookmark
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I bought this the other day, and am very happy with it now.
It is printed on the board itself that it supports SLI, but I don' think it does (without hacks most people wouldn't want to do)

My previous card an evga 9800gx2 video card was working before on a biostar board core2 duo and windows xp 32bit. I tried for like 8 hours to get past vga only mode in windows 7 64bit. Using same 750 power supply for both setups.

Windows 7 reported a hardware error code 43 no matter what I did. Microsoft says the 9800gx2 should be fully compatible with windows 7 64.

I don't even think the board needs to support sli for a 9800gx2 because that card is sli on one board, but who knows, maybe a problem with the video card itself. Video card worked on the other setup described above though.

I bet the hardware supports it, but due to some licensing issue they probably blocked that feature with bios software.

It doesn't matter now anyway, bought a Radeon card for it and couldn't be happier.

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