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Yes, those are artifacts. Typically, when ATItool detects artifacts, they reset the little counter, and lower the clock speed of whatever you're finding the max of.
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post #12 of 20
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Originally Posted by ATi
Woops. They come Crossfire Enabled out of the box. They work just like SLI. The hard thing was getting the board that supported CF.
This is 100% NOT true, all "crossfire Enabled" means is that when you get a master card it will work with it. If you have two x1800xt's in that board then you have one kick ass card doing absolutely nothing! Sell it on ebay for the same prie you got it and wait for the mastercard (and the dongle you need to hook up crossfire) to come out and buy that. If someone told you you could run two regular x1800xt's in crossfire mode then you got totally suckered.
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Lol
Lol what? Point me to one review that states the x1800xt can run crossfire by itself without a mastercard and the dongle connector and I'll retract my post right after I show about ten articles explaining how crossfire works. You MUST have a master card with the compositing engine. And don't point me to that article someone did thats in another language about the "theoretical" operation of x800's and x700's running crossfire without the compositing engine, cause thats all it was, to prove the theory, not a practical working solution (besides, even for that you would need an x1800xt crossfire card bios to do it). If ATI had suddenly changed their strategy from a master/slave solution to a straight SLI type solution then it would have made major news and would have been covered here and elsewhere. I was trying to help you out and you go laughing when your the one who's mistaken, it makes you look bad not me. Laugh at that...
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Lol what? Point me to one review that states the x1800xt can run crossfire by itself without a mastercard and the dongle connector and I'll retract my post right after I show about ten articles explaining how crossfire works. You MUST have a master card with the compositing engine. And don't point me to that article someone did thats in another language about the "theoretical" operation of x800's and x700's running crossfire without the compositing engine, cause thats all it was, to prove the theory, not a practical working solution (besides, even for that you would need an x1800xt crossfire card bios to do it). If ATI had suddenly changed their strategy from a master/slave solution to a straight SLI type solution then it would have made major news and would have been covered here and elsewhere. I was trying to help you out and you go laughing when your the one who's mistaken, it makes you look bad not me. Laugh at that...
Don't waste your time. More times than not a lot of people make up fake stats and stuff. Eventually they get caught...
    
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Figured it was something like that but I prefer to make sure someone else who comes along and may not know as much as some of us do doesn't get the wrong idea and make a huge mistake, like say buying a second x1800xt for no good reason.
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This thread has gone off topic.
Look at the bottom right, there is a crossfire symbol.
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post #18 of 20
dude if you aren't sure if it's cross fire submit your scores and see if other people with single 1800's did the same, or did you do a lot better.

http://www.ati.com/technology/crossfire/
i believe they say you need two different cards one that can handle multi gpu processing and one cross fire ready. ps. click on how it works for the demo
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post #19 of 20
Like I said before, it SAYS crossfire ready, all that is is a maketing term meaning it will work in crossfire WITH a crossfire mastercard. Do check out the link anzboy888 posted. Even SLI has a brigde connecting the two cards, crossfire uses an external dongle, how are your two cards connected?
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I am currently using a Sapphire x800 GTO2 unlocked to 16 pipes. Using ATItool to find max mem and core always worked fine before and would detect artifacts and clock down as nessesary. All of a sudden this doesn't happen, and when an artifact is detected, my computer halts and the screen goes black. Also, the card ran CS:S fine at 540/590 (x850XT PE speeds) until now, but now in some places I get black instead of textures. I don't think heat is an issue as the hottest I have seen this card get was 61C.

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