Asus and Zotac gtx 580 need help

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I just bought a new zotac gtx 580 for my system, I already an asus gtx 580 dcu2 :)
My questions are :

1. Will I have any SLI issues because of different brands ? and slightly different clocks ?
2. Does my cards too close to each other ? Will it cause extra heat? (see the pic below)

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Haven't got my psu yet (out of stock)
 
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You shouldn't be using the card at all if it has no power connectors.

That's a good deal.The Asus DC is a really really good aftermarket cooler.I would rather have that then a reference design.

Either way you shouldn't have any problems with heat.

What is the make/model of the PSU?

Why don't you have the 6/8pin power connectors hooked up to the Zotac?

You shouldn't experience any trouble using a different brands.Although when you use a card that has higher clocks than the other card it is lowered to the card with the lower clocks so they run at the same speed.

Heat shouldn't be a problem for you.You have a full slot or two between the cards so they will breath nicely.If you are worried about the temps on the top card I would put the Asus card in the top slot since it has better cooling and can deal with the elevated temps of being a top card in SLI.

Actually I just looked at that picture again,how much space is their between the bottom card and the PSU?
 

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No power connectors because I haven't recieved the psu (delivery in 1 week)

Not much space, but I can pass my hand thru it :sarcastic:

I called the customer support and they said that the psu will fit in :na:
What pisses me off is why they gave me an Asus dcu2 ? I asked for normal gpu ffs... they gave the dcu2 for the price of the basic gpu.
 
You shouldn't be using the card at all if it has no power connectors.

That's a good deal.The Asus DC is a really really good aftermarket cooler.I would rather have that then a reference design.

Either way you shouldn't have any problems with heat.

What is the make/model of the PSU?

 
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my current psu is thermaltake grand gold x 750w
I'll be getting the Corsair hx 1000w
 
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