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No I'm afraid not. Cards need to have the same GPU type and same amount of vRAM. http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=161155

However, they can still work together. You can use the 285 as your primary card, and the 250 for physx processing. But that's really overkill, and unless you're playing Batman Arkan Asylum or another physx heavy games it's really not going to do much for you.

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Hi All,

Currently i have one Nvidia GTS250 & one Nvidia GTX 285 can this two do SLI ??

If can how to do it ??
If can not want the reason ??

no/yes

to be able to use sli both graphic need to be from the same factory, same GPU and bios version nowaday hardware are tolerente like a geforce driver release 80 from nvidia but they need at least to be twin on the GPU side

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It should work. The fastest card will work with a lower clock of the other one. you can go to nVidia's website for more support..

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no/yes

to be able to use sli both graphic need to be from the same factory, same GPU and bios version nowaday hardware are tolerente like a geforce driver release 80 from nvidia but they need at least to be twin on the GPU side

Don't need to be from the same factory, just the same GPU and same RAM.

It should work. The fastest card will work with a lower clock of the other one. you can go to nVidia's website for more support..

No it won't.

http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100217142541AA07sJD

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