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would i be able to run cross fire with a core2 duo at 3ghz

i wnat to know if i can run cross fire with my cpu (core 2 duo at 3ghz
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  1. Best answer
    If your motherboard supports it, then yes
  2. yes my motherboard does support it but will the core 2 duo
  3. What's your motherboard?
    The processor doesn't really matter when it comes to Crossfire but you won't get the maximum performance
  4. woworwow said:
    What's your motherboard?
    The processor doesn't really matter when it comes to Crossfire but you won't get the maximum performance


    its an opt412
  5. woworwow said:


    thats the one
  6. Yes, you can use multiple graphics card with that
  7. Yes, you can use multiple graphics card with that[/quoti
    i know that but my qeustion was can my cpu handle it
  8. You can use nvidia cards. Not sure about AMD
  9. woworwow said:
    You can use nvidia cards. Not sure about AMD


    i have used a slightly dead 4850 and that worked (there was a problem with the vram
  10. with crossfire i mean. Most older intel motherboards only support SLI (which is nvidia)
  11. woworwow said:
    with crossfire i mean. Most older intel motherboards only support SLI (which is nvidia)


    i know that no offence but im not ignorant
  12. Ok. I'm asking are you planning run that 4850 on crossfire?
    Because i'm not sure if it will work. But a Nvidia card will work fine
  13. woworwow said:
    Ok. I'm asking are you planning run that 4850 on crossfire?
    Because i'm not sure if it will work. But a Nvidia card will work fine


    well now that you mention that old intel motherboard thing i mite just go with one higher end card or go risk it and go cross fire
  14. If you can find a LGA 775 motherboard that has crossfire certification, then get that board
  15. woworwow said:
    If you can find a LGA 775 motherboard that has crossfire certification, then get that board


    my mobo is a btx so its gonna be hard to find one that isnt the one i have already
  16. Risk it then.
    If you can't find another board, risk it or buy another PC
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