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Good crossfire board


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mozzer11

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I'm looking for a good but fairly cheap AM2 crossfire board (preferably dual x16). I'd like to keep it under 80 smackers if possible. ANy recommendations?
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I would suggest not going with crossfire and just getting one good graphic card, as Crossfire is just a marketing gimmick, unless you are running two 2900XTs.

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I just want to add something here, the x8 slots arn't showing any signs for bottlenecking in any way or form when compared to x16 slots. Besides very few chipsets can support dual x16 slots I highly doubt you'd find one under 80$ for this reason.
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Edited by james_8970, 01 August 2007 - 07:32 PM.

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