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My gpu crossfire is bottle necked on nothing less than at lest 4.6ghz on any chip.

fo real?
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yeah, on the ati forums I think its steveo had a cherry picked 980x. He concluded the same. My last chip was the 1090t @ 4.1ghz and at high screen resolutions in games the CPU could not feed the GPU's fast enough causing a bottle neck on screen, NOT GOOD when your in the middle of a online multipler match!
Edited by Neo_Morpheus - 4/29/11 at 7:08am
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