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August 30, 2013 8:26:35 PM

What is the best card to use for Crossfire with my AMD a10 6800? I've heard it boosts performance a bunch if you Crossfire, but is it the best way for a budget gamer to get the best graphics for my buck?

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August 30, 2013 8:34:59 PM

Official, AMD suggests to crossfire it to a 6670 at the most. But benchmarks and real world performance shows that that isn't really as good as buying a standalone GPU and using only it. A 6670 will cost you around 65 to 70$, I would recommend just getting a 7750 or 7770 GPU. Here is why: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/silent-pc-gaming-pe...
The 6670 crossfires and works well but even a 7750 beats it without the integrated GPU.

If you don't have more than 65$ to spend then get a 6670. If you want more power, I would go for a 7750 or 7770.

Cheers! :) 
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August 30, 2013 8:38:09 PM

Agree with the above^. Get a 7750 or better would be your best bet bang for the buck.
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August 31, 2013 8:21:01 AM

Headbomb said:
Official, AMD suggests to crossfire it to a 6670 at the most. But benchmarks and real world performance shows that that isn't really as good as buying a standalone GPU and using only it. A 6670 will cost you around 65 to 70$, I would recommend just getting a 7750 or 7770 GPU. Here is why: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/silent-pc-gaming-pe...
The 6670 crossfires and works well but even a 7750 beats it without the integrated GPU.

If you don't have more than 65$ to spend then get a 6670. If you want more power, I would go for a 7750 or 7770.

Cheers! :) 


So would 7750 be the best option under 200 bucks? I'm willing to go that high.
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August 31, 2013 8:36:27 AM

Sensei Nacho said:
Headbomb said:
Official, AMD suggests to crossfire it to a 6670 at the most. But benchmarks and real world performance shows that that isn't really as good as buying a standalone GPU and using only it. A 6670 will cost you around 65 to 70$, I would recommend just getting a 7750 or 7770 GPU. Here is why: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/silent-pc-gaming-pe...
The 6670 crossfires and works well but even a 7750 beats it without the integrated GPU.

If you don't have more than 65$ to spend then get a 6670. If you want more power, I would go for a 7750 or 7770.

Cheers! :) 


So would 7750 be the best option under 200 bucks? I'm willing to go that high.


you should be able to buy a 7850 for 200 bucks
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