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yes and no
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814131047

ya i know if not ill consider a nvidia card for myself
I have a friend I met on CSS that I helped(advised) him build a new rig. So I througly looked into that card(he got it anyway, he didn't want the GTS 320, dunno y still.) and only the PCB supports Crossfire w/o a master card.The actual GPU needs teh master card AFAIK, or no crossfire at all. they used a x1950pro PCB and a XT GPU if i recall. the sapphire ver. of the 512 XT has no bridge connector, if that's any indication as well. It also says right on the box no crossfire support, but i'd say it'd crossfire w/ a master card, like I said, not 100% sure on that tho.
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cute... really cute...

lol.

but true nonetheless.
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I've got a 12 o'clock filght to NYC 2morrow that I gotta get up for @ like 9AM for so I g2g, peace y'all. good luck w/ your build Whe3ls.
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i will ty you for the help none the less im looking it up and google and see if any one has two powercolor cards


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http://www.powercolor.com/eng/produc...?ProductID=511

i think it say no crossfire support at the bottom but it has the connectors why do they do this
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i will ty you for the help none the less im looking it up and google and see if any one has two powercolor cards


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http://www.powercolor.com/eng/produc...?ProductID=511

i think it say no crossfire support at the bottom but it has the connectors why do they do this
like i said I think it's cuz they put the XTX GPU on a PRO's PCB...
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