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Old 12-11-2005, 08:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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wut does it mean wen a power supply is sli certified?????? does it mean if its not sli certified i cant have SLI performance or sli mobo and vid carD??

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I'm pretty sure that any psu will run sli... it might just be a sales pitch.

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It can sometimes be a sales pitch but most of the time it means that the Power supply was checked for Sli Stability.

Its better to get a sli certified PSU if your going SLI, But only if its a good brand.

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