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Sapphire 4890 Vapor-X in Crossfire on Asus P6T?

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
August 31, 2009 2:18:12 AM


I'm looking at building a new system based on an ASUS P6T Motherboard, and I'm keen to get two 4890's in Crossfire on that. I'm interested in the Sapphire Vapor-X models as they have better cooling than other cards, but does this special cooling take extra space?

I looked into aftermarket cooling for other cards, and found the Accelero Twin Turbo, but from what I understand that will not work in CF as it takes up too much space.


September 7, 2009 2:19:34 AM

Check out my post:

I have 2 4870 Sapphire cards and the P6T MB and the cards don't fit in slot 1 & 2.. not sure if they'll work in 1 & 3 and if they do, I'll need to find an extra long crossfire bridge as the one in the box isn't long enough to bridge slot 1 to 3.