Let me make some 'things' ... more clear here, if I may
CAP's are just something that SOMETIMES come out in between driver releases, and they exist solely to add a few new Crossfire profiles to your existing driver during this time (perhaps tweak one or two existing ones), so that people don't have to wait all the way until the next driver comes out before getting x-fire support for some brand-new game.
As soon as a new driver package comes out, any older CAP's become useless, because their changes will exist already in the latest driver.
I'm not too 'up' on AMD at the moment, so I dunno if there's a current CAP out right now ... but if there is one, all it is for is a quick driver patch to add a new Crossfire profile or two. That's all they are. If you're not playing one of the new games added by the patch, it won't do anything.
Also, there's NO NEED to uninstall drivers just to add a second identical card for Crossfire and FOR SURE you shouldn't mess w/Driver Sweeper just for THIS
All you have to do is add the new card, start up your machine, and let Windows install your existing driver onto your new card. Once that's done, just restart your machine, enable Crossfire, and game on. If you encounter a game for which Crossfire isn't working, go look and see if there's a CAP out that maybe adds the Crossfire profile for it, and install it at that time.
All this rigamarole you guys are talking about is just a bunch of unneeded busy-work, serving no useful purpose whatsoever Edited by brettjv - 12/28/11 at 5:57pm