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May 17, 2012, 08:18:31 PM
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so, i have an nvida 560 in my gaming/3d modeling/work rig. when i'm not doing anything intensive i let it mine. might as well, since it doesn't interfere with whatever i'm doing.

but i'm wondering - i've got a second pci-eslot on my mobo. (asus p755d-e, fyi) and i've read that i could run BOTH the nvidia card AND an ATI at once, under windows 7. the ATI would of course do nothing but mining day in day out.

thoughts?

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note to self, read the bloody board first... someone answered this not ten posts earlier. ignore me.

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