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Originally Posted by JMCB View Post

Actually, this is not true. The GHZ version will run faster. Crossfire no longer is limited to the slowest card, and it hasn't been for awhile - both run at their own speed.

Cool, I didn't know this. Recently switched from nvidia.

How does this affect performance? Like if we were to compare crossfire stock x2 vs GHz x2 and mixed. Would it fall right in the middle? Also doesn't crossfire use alternate frame rendering? Or am I mistaken? Different speed cards would lead to an increased perceived "microstudder" or something.

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