|It wasn't intended for use with gaming, more for applications that could harness the CUDA cores. I only wondered if it was possible. Seeing as the Evga classified 4-way motherboard can handle 4-way sli, I thought that maybe seems the single card has 2 chips already, if you got 4 cards, it would work in quad sli. Or, does one single card operate in sli mode as it is, to handle the extra GPU.|
For the type of applications I was referring to anyway, you do not need an expensive dedicated CUDA card with all the fancies, such as the Telsa. So if the above could be done, you would have a very large bang-for-buck CUDA system.