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Looking for a graphic card around $200 for CF

i have motherboard accept only crossfire so what is a good around $200 graphic card for CF in future
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    If your motherboard supports crossfire, a good GPU is the R9 270, Non-X edition. That is around $200 USD I believe. You can CF it in the future, but if you're deciding between 2 cards or 1, go with 1 for now.
  2. iiNrG said:
    If your motherboard supports crossfire, a good GPU is the R9 270, Non-X edition. That is around $200 USD I believe. You can CF it in the future, but if you're deciding between 2 cards or 1, go with 1 for now.


    my MB have to pcie one of them 3.0 and other is 2.0 so are there any different or issue ill have when i cf
  3. a5625 said:
    iiNrG said:
    If your motherboard supports crossfire, a good GPU is the R9 270, Non-X edition. That is around $200 USD I believe. You can CF it in the future, but if you're deciding between 2 cards or 1, go with 1 for now.


    my MB have to pcie one of them 3.0 and other is 2.0 so are there any different or issue ill have when i cf


    It's probably a PCI-E x16 Gen3 slot, then an x16 Gen 2 Slot, which equates to an x8 Gen 3 slot (If that makes sense)

    Regardless, you won't have any issues, as you can change the PCI-E 3.0 slot to run in Gen 2 from the BIOS.
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