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Ever since AMD released it's new bridgeless crossfire tech I've been wondering whether it can be applied to my mobo. I don't own any AMD graphics cards ATM. Just wanted some info.

1. Is the tech dependent upon the graphics card, the motherboard or both?

2. Will my motherboard (specs are in my sig) need a bridge for connecting to latest AMD Radeon cards? It supports crossfire but not SLI and the bridgeless tech came a year or 2 later.

3. Unrelated to the topic: How well do the fury cards perform in bitcoin mining? Is bitcoin mining at consumer level even worth it, now that they have farms for mining?
 

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Dependant on the card,
bit coin mining not been worth it with what you put in with power for over a year.
 

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Thanks
 

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So that means I won't need a crossfire bridge using dual GPUs on my mobo?
 

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So that means I won't need a crossfire bridge using dual GPUs on my mobo?
If your using cards which support Bridgeless. As long as the mobo is pci-e 2.0 16X16 wont have any issue.
If your using old cards or Nvidia cards youll need bridges.
 

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thanks again
 
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