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Crossfire has a better way of splicing the signals, but it's more expensive. I'd go SLi.
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post #12 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by Remonster
SLI and CF are pretty much idneticle in terms of performance
Wrong. SLi gives better performance (as of now) than CF and you don't need a master card. SLi all the way unless you want to wait for ATi to get good.
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