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Running 9800GTX in SLI with 9800GTX+

I am running 2 x MSI 9800GTX's on a Asus P5N-T Deluxe and would like to add one more GPU. My supplier is unable to supply a 9800GTX and can only supply a MSI 9800GTX+. Will this run with the other two???

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Yes , All you need is the same GPU. The mem doesn't matter as they run to the lowest card.

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What is the 5200 stand for?
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