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Running 2 Sapphire Radeon Vapor-X R9 270X support 3 24 inch monitors on full?

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    Generally it's a bad idea to crossfire video cards as soon as you buy them, as a single stronger card is much more stable and efficient, and roughly as powerful. Crossfire is mostly meant for people who already have a video card and want to add another one later to break up the price over small increments.

    I'd recommend a single stronger card.
  2. Rationale said:
    Generally it's a bad idea to crossfire video cards as soon as you buy them, as a single stronger card is much more stable and efficient, and roughly as powerful. Crossfire is mostly meant for people who already have a video card and want to add another one later to break up the price over small increments.

    I'd recommend a single stronger card.


    Would the XFX Radeon R9 290 Black Edition be good/better?
  3. ryon137 said:
    Rationale said:
    Generally it's a bad idea to crossfire video cards as soon as you buy them, as a single stronger card is much more stable and efficient, and roughly as powerful. Crossfire is mostly meant for people who already have a video card and want to add another one later to break up the price over small increments.

    I'd recommend a single stronger card.


    Would the XFX Radeon R9 290 Black Edition be good/better?


    Yes.
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