Gigabyte 980 ti G1 Gaming SLI in Micro ATX?


So I currently have a Micro ATX board and a reference gtx 780. I am planning on switching to a difference board (this one) that is also Micro ATX. I also wish to run the Gigabyte 980 ti G1 Gaming card in SLI. Being such a thick card though, I am unsure if it will block the other PCI slot. I tried looking for the specific sizes on Gigabytes website and did find them but am not sure if it will fit.

Motherboard: Here
Graphics Cards In SLI: Here

My current card is listed as a dual slot card. The 980 ti isn't specified as a dual slot but it's thickness is 42mm.

I plan on buying the 980 ti first so if it won't fit in SLI with this new motherboard I would have to switch to another card. I am trying to keep a white/black/neutral color scheme in my case so this card goes perfectly with the RGB led.

Thank you all so much!

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Is the PCI slot being use now?

If not, then I am guessing you won't be using it later. There are couple PCIe slots on this board that you can use if need be.

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Micro ATX? SLI? Trying to kill your gear?

That's a small box but your choice to burn up gear.

I worry about gamers that fret about color schemes over good gaming rigs.

A single 980 is pretty big so it takes up 2 slot spaces. It only plugs into the one slot. That has confused many.

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