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  1. So officially the Asus Maximus V Formula doesn't support Tri-SLI, just Tri-CrossfireX and SLI (2-way). The reason I guess is due to nvidia not being able to officially utilize 4x speeds (e.g. it does 8 x 8). The extreme version of the Maximus V supports tri-sli but that's about $400+ for that board. One way around it is to use a program called HyperSLI it's a simple install and click program. Just make sure you have a processor that has VT-X (although software emulation is also possible) and 2 mini bridges + 1 long bridge to connect the 3 cards. In my case, I connected 3 GTX 680 cards (2 680 SC signature 2 + 1 680 SC, all EVGA). It doesn't seem like the lack of bandwidth is hurting the performance too much in games or benchmarks on a single monitor at 2560 x 1440. With a triple display, things may change: 3DMARK 11 Performance: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-3770K Processor,ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. MAXIMUS V FORMULA score: P21377 3DMarks Extreme: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-3770K Processor,ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. MAXIMUS V FORMULA score: X10444 3DMarks GAMES Borderlands 2: Everything maxed out @ 1440p the fps never dips below 130 fps. BF3: 4XAA/Game maxed out @ 1440p: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/51380793/bf3_2013_04_05_00_27_53_326.jpg BF3 8X CSAA enabled in CP with everything maxed in-game: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/51380793/bf3_2013_04_05_00_48_38_505.jpg PICS
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