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Is This Compatible For Crossfire?

Hi everyone!
I am very bad at figuring out stuff with computers, so I was wondering if these parts were compatible. I have an AMD FX-Series FX-4300 (3.80GHz), one AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB, and I was wondering if i could buy another 7750, and run them in crossfire. If you need more details, I bought this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227437
Thanks in Advanced!
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  1. What motherboard do you have?

    I would not suggest you crossfire them. Better to just sell your current card and get a single better card.
  2. Wait, is the AMD FX-Series FX-4300 (3.80GHz) not a mother board? I'm scared now. How do I even find out? But are you sure about just getting rid of the old card? I think I'll just keep my 7750, probably upgrade in the future. But for now, I just want to know if these cards are compatible. About the mother board, how can I find out? Can you find it in the link in the first post?
  3. The FX4300 is a CPU, you can run something like HWMonitor and that will give you your motherboard model.

    Or open your case and look around.
  4. Oh. Okay. Will try!
    (Says gigabyte when starting, going in for more details)
  5. Thats close. :) But a little more detail would be great.

    Your looking for seomthing like this :
    gigabyte 970a-ds3p
    gigabyte 970a-UD3
  6. Woot! I'm proud of my self!
    GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-USB3, mATX
  7. Best answer
    Cool!

    And no, it does not support crossfire. It has only has one physical PCI-e port, which is the first problem. :)
  8. Oh.
    Well,
    Thank you! I'm glad I didn't get one sooner ;)
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