The important numbers:
First digit is the generation in the series (higher = newer)
Second digit is the level of performance (higher = enthusiast, lower = budget)
Third digit indicates updates, revisions, or new features (higher = new features since the previous one)
The important letters:
F = Fast or "F'ing awesome," basically a good overclocker
G = has onboard graphics
X = CrossFire capable
basically the FX can do 16x/16x crossfire
the GX has on board graphics and does 8x/8x crosfire
the X has no on board graphics and does 8x/8x crossfire
each chipset is as good as each other at ocing its judt the features and crossfire performace that is different
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