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Originally Posted by DJ_Not_Nice;12780284 
nah its not your CPU, SLI is just not meant for GTA IV.

how does CF do, soon I will have a BD and a 6950 CF
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post #12 of 12
GTA officially supports neither SLI or Crossfire. It's hit or miss if people see a performance improvement, but most of the time no. It's just because it's a really bad console port.
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