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I had to RMA my 4870X2 because one core was not working. Asus just sent it back to me the first time; they didn't test crossfire, it worked like a 4870 and they sent it back.

At this point I was quite disappointed in Asus. I really like their hardware, but they let me down. I called them up, but unlike the first time, I got someone who was knowledgeable and helpful. He quickly agreed that they did not test xfire and set me up with another rma.

After a couple of weeks, I get this email last night.

They offered me on of these.

The beautiful part is that I bought an MSI 6950 when I sent the 4870X2 off the first time, and I've been wanting another, but now I don't have to open up the pocketbook.

Asus has redeemed themselves, and I will continue to buy from them.

Courtesy of Legit Reviews:


Yea, I'm stoked.
    
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So 4870x2 to (possibly) 6970x2 ....
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250 WD Win 7 64-bit Ultimate 
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