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About brisbane \ sli \ crossfire

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Ok, ive tried to find threads as to what these are... but the ones i find dont really tell me what they are and what they do. I assume they have to do with GFX cards, so fill me in, if anyone can.
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Brisbane is one of the cores of of the many dual-core AMD cards. They are known for being really good overclocking cores. The X2 3600+ is the most popular.

SLi is when you have two identical Nvidia graphics cards (like the 7900GS or the 8800GTS) in one motherboard running at the same time. This doesn't double your performance but it does give a lot more potential in games. Only some games take advantage of it though.

Crossfire is the same as SLi except it is for ATI based cards (like the X1950PRO or the X2900XT).

SLi seems to get better results than crossfire sometimes, and these two can only be run in motherboards with atleast two PCI-slots.
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