Originally Posted by Enigma8750
This is the perfect time to Crossfire that 5770 you have.
I would, only that ATi is pretty non-existent when it comes to utilizing the cards for other than multi-screen gaming and workstations. I have no idea why, but everything they said they were going to do with utilizing the card for rendering and workstation use hasn't even come into fruition yet. And this was when I got the 5770 new. AVIVO flat out sucks. At least from my experience and usage.
I kind of want to keep it as a single-card solution for now. I got burnt on the 5770 when I got it, thinking they were going to keep their end of the bargain.
I can get a different, faster single card for now and cut my losses with the 5770. I'm glad the OpenGL at least works with Adobe's Creative Suite or I would be very angry. Trying to find a driver that didn't break OpenGL in it was a whole 'nother can of worms.
... Or should I just get a new motherboard and RAM as spaceballsrules
, stated? I'm sure I might be able to squeeze some more overclocking out of this CPU if I got a motherboard with a decent enough BIOS to overclock with.
Found these two
for only $112 with tax and shipping. Would that price warrant a decent boost for the purchase?