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Need Info On My Motherboard

I'd like to upgrade my computer, I'm getting new ram and I was thinking of getting a either a second graphics card, or a new one. I've got a 7800GT right now. Which do you think would be better? Also, how do I find out if my motherboard supports SLI? I've got an Intel BOXD945PSNLK. Thanks in advance!

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I want to know that what is my motherboard version

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You can download the manual from Intel at http://cache-www.intel.com/cd/00/00/21/84/218428_218428.pdf As for the graphics card, get a new one. A medium to high end card will support two monitors if you need it. Regards, Denis

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