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Barebones Kit and Crossfire technology


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medic617

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Does anyone have any recommendations on where to buy a barebones pc kit?? Also, could someone explain the crossfire technolgy, I have seen it advertised but I don't know anything about it. Does it have anything to do w/ SLI???

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Troy

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Hi there,

You can purchase a barebones kit from just about anywhere that sells computers. Here is a link to Newegg's barebones webpage, as an example for you to check out.

Crossfire is when you run two ATi (AMD) graphics cards to gain better performance than a single card. SLI is Nvidia's version with - you guessed it - Nvidia graphics cards. :)

You can read about them here: Crossfire and SLI.

Cheers

Troy
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