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Could I Crossfire a Radeon HD 6670 w/ AMD A8-5500?

Could I? If so would I be able to record games like Skyrim, Boderlands 2 , ect. at medium-highish settings at 720p and get a constant 30 FPS?
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  1. need mobo info , processor and gpu support crossfire. if u r mobo support crossfire then upgrade gpu. check u r psu is enough for crossfire. and also think about ram upgrade to reduce lags and get speed.
  2. It wont matter. The APUs are nice for an all in one kinda PC build. But it wont game AND record gameplay at any decent frames no matter what vid card is put in there. Unless you want to record on 1024x768 or something along those lines.
  3. The process of dual graphics works best when the two GPUs (iGPU+Ext GPU) are most similar in performance. Generally, HD 7670, HD 6670, HD 6570 are best fits and usually the 7670 is too strong. So 6670 is good, regarding fps you'll get medium fps at 720p.
  4. vrumor said:
    No.


    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CP-332-AM
    read the page carefully , u just simply said no lol
  5. Yes I said no. He wants to play at 30 FPS at 720p AND record. That isnt going to happen with that APU.
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    vrumor said:
    Yes I said no. He wants to play at 30 FPS at 720p AND record. That isnt going to happen with that APU.


    a10 beat i7 in many games if its in real world
    http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/538/AMD_A10-Series_A10-5800K_vs_Intel_Core_i7_i7-3770S.html
    if correct settings are applied get constant 30fps is in real world @ 720p
    http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=1174
    accept slower in all app but in games a10 wins .
    a8 is lightly slower then a10 but if u crossfire beat i7 hd4500 in games .
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