Can you Xfire 2 different cards (e.g. a 4870 & a 4850)? Tags: Graphics Cards PC gaming Graphics Last response: July 19, 2008 7:23 PM in Graphics & Displays Share rafer July 19, 2008 6:01:20 PM Simple though potentially stupid question. I ditched pc gaming for consoles when the old P4 i system I built in 2002 gave up on life in 06, so I'm a bit oblivious when it comes to this dual and tri gpu thing. While I'm asking, same question goes for SLI. More about : xfire cards 4870 4850 mactronix a c 130 U Graphics card July 19, 2008 7:23:08 PM 4850 and 4870 yes dont know about Nvidia cards though. As far as the AMD/ATI cards go this should tell you all you need to know. http://game.amd.com/us-en/crossfirex_about.aspx Mactronix Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources 4850 512 Mb and 4870 X2 2 Gb XFire Forum 4870X2 vs 2 4850's in XFire Forum What Card To SLI Or XFire??? 4850x2 vs. GTX 260 vs. GTX 280 vs. 4890? Forum Help me decide between 2 cards 4850 or 4870 Forum SolvedCan i use 2 different gpu's to power one display? (non xfire) Forum 4850+4870 = mixed xfire? wah? O_o Forum CrossFireX (4870+4850) 2nd card has 32-bit memory interface?? Forum Solved2 MSI GTX 670 Power Edition cards with different voltages and clocks Forum SolvedCan you crossfire 2 different graphics cards? Forum Solved2 different graphics cards in one pc Forum SolvedSli 2 different cards Forum Solved2 different graphics cards without crossfire or sli Forum Solved2nd card needed to xfire existing 280x (advice please!) Forum SolvedSLI 2 different graphics cards Forum Solvedcan i run 2 graphics cards of different series? Forum SolvedCrossfire possible? 2 Different cards Forum Solved2 Completely different AMD cards Forum SolvedCan i have 2 different gpu cards in my pc? Forum Solved2 4870's 1gb or 3 4850's or 3 gts 250's? Forum Solved2 Different cards Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !