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Are "dual-gpu" cards considered SLI/Crossfire?

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User Info: KJay489

3 years ago#1
With the announcement of the Titan-Z and the R9 295X2, both touted as dual-gpu's in a single card, does it run a game as a single card, or does SLI/Crossfire need to be enabled to take advantage of the dual-gpu design?

User Info: romsnbombs

3 years ago#2
For me, yes it most certainly is sli/xfire. Though I'm not sure if you can switch it off, as you can with 2 separate cards through separate pci-e ports...
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User Info: Lemur_H

3 years ago#3
Pretty sure one GPU can be disabled in dual-GPU cards.

And yes, they are considered SLI/Crossfire.

User Info: Sora_Anbu

3 years ago#4
yup, it's sli/xfire.

No idea how to switch it off, never had one myself, instead opting to do it myself.
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