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Is Crossfire 7750+7750 similer to 7750+7770

Title says it all if i crossfire 7750+7770 will 7770 get down-clocked?will it affect performance? Will Crossfire of 7750+7770 give me more performance than 7750+7750:??:
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  1. it will be like two 7750s
  2. It's not a perfect match, so don't expect anything more than 7750+7750. Just put the stronger card in the first PCI-E x16 slot and don't overclock either card.
  3. huilun02 said:
    It's not a perfect match, so don't expect anything more than 7750+7750. Just put the stronger card in the first PCI-E x16 slot and don't overclock either card.


    So 7750 Crossfire will offer similar performance as Crossfire of 7750+7770
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    jay1312 said:
    huilun02 said:
    It's not a perfect match, so don't expect anything more than 7750+7750. Just put the stronger card in the first PCI-E x16 slot and don't overclock either card.


    So 7750 Crossfire will offer similar performance as Crossfire of 7750+7770


    yes
  5. shahrooz said:
    jay1312 said:
    huilun02 said:
    It's not a perfect match, so don't expect anything more than 7750+7750. Just put the stronger card in the first PCI-E x16 slot and don't overclock either card.


    So 7750 Crossfire will offer similar performance as Crossfire of 7750+7770


    yes


    So should i get 7750 instead of 7770,but are you sure it will not increase any performance, even 10 fps more is enough for me
  6. Just crossfire two 7750 and overclock both by the same amount. If you get an increase in performance it will definitely be more than the 7770+7750 stuck at stock speeds.
  7. huilun02 said:
    Just crossfire two 7750 and overclock both by the same amount. If you get an increase in performance it will definitely be more than the 7770+7750 stuck at stock speeds.


    I dont have good cooling solution
  8. Each card comes with its own fan cooling solution, no need to worry about the heat from two 7750. Your CPU cooler is responsible for cooling the CPU only, not your graphics cards.
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