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If I want to buy two amd radeon 7750 to cross fire, it will cost $20 more than IF I buy just one radeo 7770 card.Good idea?

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September 13, 2013 7:41:24 PM

Hello,
I can get 2 radeon 7750 cards about $20 more than if I just buy 1 Radeon 7770 card.

Do you think corssfire 2 7750 is alot better than 1 Radeon 7770?

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September 13, 2013 7:48:09 PM

Crossfiring low end cards is not worth it. Just buy the fastest single GPU you can buy.
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September 13, 2013 8:10:06 PM

Agree. Crossfire or SLI'ing low end cards really will not give the performance that you would be looking for. The best bet would be to put put the money together and get the fastest single card you can. Then later on if you still want to Crossfire/SLI you would have a much better setup.
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September 13, 2013 10:05:56 PM

Zero_ said:
Crossfiring low end cards is not worth it. Just buy the fastest single GPU you can buy.


agreed. not to mention you pay more for a proper crossfire capable motherboard (by proper, i mean one with at lease a 8x/8x slot configuration, not the cheaper boards with 4 x slots which don't perform properly with crossfire). for $20 more than a 7770 you could also get a faster 7790 or a nvidia 650ti.
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September 13, 2013 11:12:22 PM

The 7750 requires 1 slot, my current motherboard can only fit 2 slots. So if I crossfire those 7770, i need to get a new motherboard. That's what I was thinking initially.

Thanks for pointing out 7790 is close to 7770 now by $20 only..

Thanks for reply.

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