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April 07, 2012, 04:03:08 PM
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For the most part I keep reading that you cant have more than 5 gpus on a computer using windows. But I have seen a couple people say they are able to. I plan to either buy 3 x 7990 when they come out or 3 x powercolor 6870x2 to make a total of 6 gpus. I will be building the comptuer and this will be my first computer ever have been being built. Does anyone out there have a computer running 3 dual gpu cards on a windows operating system. If you do please, please let me know I just dont know my way around linux and figured to setup my first computer it would be easier installing and using windows. Thank you very much, Russell

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April 07, 2012, 04:16:23 PM
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There's a lot of threads on here about it but I'm pretty sure Windows will allow for 8 GPU's (4 dual gpu's).
Hope this helps and welcome to the forum.

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