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Need my entry changed to crossfire as per sig & 10550 on 3Dmark06 but forgot to get a shop of the score so i'll add that shortly after another run.

Got a big shot once i found the saphire didn't have the connecttor on the board for the bridging cable butr still works, thing about sending back and getting on that does
New 4670's dont have crossfire bridge connector
I was thinking about crossfiring them too but i chose for a 4870 when i found out about this thing above
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No connector? Thats just stupid, especially with the gains you can get in crossfire with these. Wonder what idiot thought that was a good idea
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No connector? Thats just stupid, especially with the gains you can get in crossfire with these. Wonder what idiot thought that was a good idea
Supposedly you can run them crossfired without the bridge, but why whould it be on them in the first place
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3/4650's didn't have them, they put them on the 70's because they were faster, I guess they decided it was cheaper not too.
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Yeah but crossfiring them was quite popular so i still think its a bad move to remove them
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Just purchased two! Could not find where the cables for the crossfire connected? Does the Sapphire 4670 use crossfire or not?
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Just purchased two! Could not find where the cables for the crossfire connected? Does the Sapphire 4670 use crossfire or not?
they do software crossfire, there is no need for cables
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Yeah but software crossfire is rubbish, even on HD2600xt's it was a bottleneck.
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Aye, looks like anyone want to crossfire properly are gonna have to find the first gen of them (my palit model has a cf header).

Software crossfire is only any good on the 4650's and downwards imo.
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Add me..
Sapphire HD4670 1GB GDDR3, 800/965.

Any new mods for the card? Since the version I have has been out for a year now.
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