We find out what kind of performance a $2,000 video card setup gives us in the form of two EVGA GTX TITAN 6GB SuperClocked video cards in SLI mode.
We take a look at our second retail GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost in the form of an offering from Gainward and see how it performs when in SLI mode and overclocked.
With a second reference GTX 650 Ti Boost on hand we throw both video cards in SLI and check out the performance.
We get our hands on a second Palit Jetstream GeForce GTX 680 4GB video card and check out SLI performance.
We got our hands on a second Palit Jetstream GTX 680 video card and checked out SLI performance. Come see!
We SLI the Palit GTX 550 Ti to give us a total combined core speed of 2GHz. How's the new mid-range model go in SLI?
It's time to see what happens when we put two of these new mid-range beasts together. Let's check out the GTX 560 Ti in SLI.
MSI GTX 580 in SLI Overclocked? Why? Because we can, and because you can never have too much power!
We wonder what GTX 580 to the power of 2 creates - We figure it's a bucket load of FPS, but let's find out for sure.
We send the GTS 450 from Gainward into the depths of hell by pairing up two of these 930MHz bad boys!
Already impressed with what the GTS 450 in SLI offers, we see what our Galaxy offerings do when we ramp up the clocks further.
That time has come for the latest, most talked about video cards from NVIDIA where we pair the Galaxy GTS 450 Super OC with another one and see what happens.
We crank up the MHz even more on the GLH Gainward cards. Can we make Hell go even faster?
We partner the GTX 460 GLH version from Gainward with another 800MHz card. How does hell go, we wonder?
Already impressed with what SLI'd GTX 460s can do, we see what happens when we further add some overclocking into the mix.
We SLI the new King of Value video cards from NVIDIA. Is this a setup you should be looking at?
They told us what we should be able to get, we laughed, cried and ended up shocked. The GTX 465 with Voltage Adjustment Overclocked!
Two GTX 465s at 700MHz core each; that's almost 100MHz overclock on the core. What has it done for us this time around?
We've looked at it in single stock form and single overclocked form. Today we combine two and see what the GTX 465 does in tandem.
GTX 470 SLI is impressive, but we kick it up a notch higher by overclocking these two bad boys. Can it take top honors?
With two GTX 470s on hand it's time to get some SLI action happening. What do we think of our first GTX 400 SLI experience?