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if u want quadfire,
your going to have to go to Vista, 4 Gpu's is not supported in XP
    
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if u want quadfire,
your going to have to go to Vista, 4 Gpu's is not supported in XP
Does anyone know if we've had any indication from ATI if they plan on ever supporting this method?
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At what resolution will you be gaming at? The HD3870x2 is not effective unless using LCD screens above 1920x1200.
No I will be gaming with 1680x1050 but I have dual monitors and although not 100% sure, notice lessened performance when the 2nd monitor turned on (as opposed to off..) and I am HOPING that this will pick up some of the slack from my digi tv, winamp eye candy renderings, etc etc etc so it's not 100% about the single game on the single monitor itself, but being able to comfortably display all the other things I would like to at the same time

My x1900 XT doesn't cut it.
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Does anyone know if we've had any indication from ATI if they plan on ever supporting this method?
It is not possible without rewriting XP from the ground up, which is what Vista is basically.
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