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By Ruth Wilson on 17 August 2014
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Yes. It does support it.
By Kamil Dembek on 02 August 2014
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Good question, I suppose it will. Mine works great in my Asus board with Windows 7 64 bit, just make sure it has a pci-e slot of the correct speed and format and you should be good to go. It's a good card but gets noisy when it works hard as it gets hot and can't dissipate the heat quick enough, other than that for the… see more Good question, I suppose it will. Mine works great in my Asus board with Windows 7 64 bit, just make sure it has a pci-e slot of the correct speed and format and you should be good to go. It's a good card but gets noisy when it works hard as it gets hot and can't dissipate the heat quick enough, other than that for the price I recommend it. Although as the 600 series has come down in price make you should consider a newer card with more power. I'm planning on upgrading mine to the 650 or 660 soon as the 550 is struggling to keep up with the demands of the latest games on a decent graphics setting. Watch Dogs for example has to be on a very low setting but still runs very well even if it can't deliver all the flashy visual effects. Hope that helps, ask anything else if you need, happy to help see less
By Graeme Chapman on 14 July 2014
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no idea, but it does work with an FX8300
By Bruce Allmand-Smith on 03 July 2015
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I've never done SLI myself, but I have researched it in the past and my understanding is that both cards need to be the same model number and version, if not the same brand to ensure compatibility. The "Ti" range are more powerful than the fairly stock "GTX" models, so personally I would not risk it no. By the way, P… see more I've never done SLI myself, but I have researched it in the past and my understanding is that both cards need to be the same model number and version, if not the same brand to ensure compatibility. The "Ti" range are more powerful than the fairly stock "GTX" models, so personally I would not risk it no. By the way, PC Gamer recommend not bothering with SLI if you will be playing games at 1920x1080 or less as you won't see much of a benefit, plus many games don't even support SLI anyway. My advice? Either stick with your current card (which is actually a pretty nice card) or if you want a noticable difference in performance and don't mind splashing the cash, Asus have a new version of their GTX 780 available for pre-order on Amazon at £280 at time of writing. Prices are dropping sharply these days, that's about £200 less than 780's were a year ago. Bargain. see less
By N. Mason on 14 October 2014
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1 year
By Unusedtalent on 30 January 2014
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I'd definitely get a larger power supply for this card. When I pushed this card it blew the 500w supply that I had. Probably be ok with 650w but I put in a 850w as it wasn't much dearer and I wanted to be sure. Runs like a dream now.
By John Harkness on 12 January 2015
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You would have to get a custom watercoolable GPU plate I believe
By N. Chadwick on 03 August 2014
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If it has a PCI express 2.0 it should work
By Ruth Wilson on 06 September 2014