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ati/amd cards need the bridge for xfire to work. i think your talking about nvidia gpu's.

check this article about pci-e scaling. suprizing results. http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...press_Scaling/
Honestly that's a major bleh.

Pretty much all it's saying is that x1 up until x16 is possible but I'd get, what, maybe 50% out of the x1'd card?
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I'm just getting the refund for my 6850 and upgrading to a 6950. My PSU is enough for that card and flashing it to a 6970 would be enough for Battlefield 3 and the Crysis series.
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