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The problem is not the price but the crossfire support for games, they're not exactly out fast (or supported) most of the times biggrin.gif

its an awkward position because of AMDs push for VR as well. Dual GPU's for VR in concept is very effective, but not everyone wants to buy 2 cards for VR(or is interested in vr in the first place)
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They're comparing a RX480 CROSSFIRE with a GTX 1080 in Ashes of Singularity (this game needs to die as a benchmark) to look good, how absurd.
and It was loading at 51% , looking good ?
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ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard supports quad GPUs

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Designed for Broadwell-E and Haswell-E CPUs and the X99 chipset, this one supports U.2 and M.2 drives, quad-channel DDR4 3333 (OC) RAM, quad GPU setups, and includes a whopping 10 SATA 6.0 GB/s ports. The design, meanwhile, is a straightforward black and grey scheme -- perfect if you're the minimalist type.

No price has yet been announced, but it's safe to say the Rampage V Edition 10 will be set you back a pretty penny. More as it comes.
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