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My brother and I were looking at the new ATI Radeon 2400 and 2600 video boards. They state that they are CrossFire Supported. Only some of them have the two CrossFire connectors. I figured they were external connection but he insists they stopped using that a few dozen video cards back. At first this was a challenge to find the answer, but as I just lost the onboard sound on my MoBo, I may be looking for a dual PCI-E 16X MoBo. I play Firaxis' Railroads! and like alot of other people, get a fair number of CTDs as it runs the CPU at 100% solid. I have a Radeon X800, 256Mb now. Will a dual video help and how do those non-Crossfire connector cards work?
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I don't know a lot about ATIs, I'm a Nvidia fanboy, but dual video cards will double the video performance. Meaning you will be able to run your games on higher settings and you will get a better frame rate. A better frame rate means less glitching.

Edited by jackflash1991, 23 August 2007 - 12:20 AM.

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