Sapphire ATI 4670 crossfire x confuse.........?

someone tell me this GPU really support crossfire x?
http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?psn=0001&pid=269
because there is at the top of card the port where we connect both GPU through crossfire x bridge is not available, where it is?

i don't understand. i was buy that card 2 weak ago and i have to use crossfire x and in box there is no crossfire x bridge cabal. probably that always come with crossfire x capable cards.

i search some forms but i found only one form which is about "sapphire 4670 1gb crossfire x where is it" and in last thy said that card having "internal crossfire x bridge" (but in officially posts, i was not found anything)

so can i buy another one sapphires 4670 card for crossfire?
if its fake there is no crossfire than can i relapse it with capable card?

the hole things is because of avoid future failure.........help?
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  1. http://ati.amd.com/technology/crossfire/charts.html

    The 4670 supports crossfire, you do not need a crossfire bridge the PCIE slots have enough bandwith for these low powered cards.
  2. paperfox said:
    http://ati.amd.com/technology/crossfire/charts.html

    The 4670 supports crossfire, you do not need a crossfire bridge the PCIE slots have enough bandwith for these low powered cards.


    From that graph it seems that the 4670 in X-fire needs a connector :na:
  3. Ha, I did not notice that :)

    But this will clear things up.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102854&cm_re=4670-_-14-102-854-_-Product
    Clearly this card dose not have a bridge slot.

    http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?psn=000101&pid=270
    However at the Sapphire product page we see "ATI CrossFireX™ Technology"

    It appears some of the 4670 cards have the bridge and the others do not.
  4. dose card support crossfire x technology without crossfire bridge spacial with sapphire 4670 1 gb product? :ouch:
  5. i was buy that card one month ago and i want more performance so i want to use crossfire technology.
    how can i if there is no crossfire x bridge?<sapphire 4670 1 gb>
  6. Some of the lower powered cards do not need the bridge, the PCIE slots are able to handle the bandwith. Like my old x1600 pros.

    Yes your cards support Crossfire:
    "ATI CrossFireX™ Technology
    Dual mode ATI CrossFireX™ technology offers superior scalability"
    It is written on the Sapphire product page that you have posted.
  7. so i just need to do is put card on slot?
    that's it?
  8. And enable crossfire in CCC and your set. (might need to reinstall the drivers though)
  9. paperfox said:
    And enable crossfire in CCC and your set. (might need to reinstall the drivers though)

    thanks bro realy it helps too. So not need crosfire x bridge and cunnect through CCC and it realy work or not i dont know cos now on GPU-Z there is not chake on crosfire (sorry for eng and i am send it through mobi) :'(
  10. paperfox said:
    And enable crossfire in CCC and your set. (might need to reinstall the drivers though)

    thanks bro realy it helps too. So not need crosfire x bridge and cunnect through CCC and it realy work or not i dont know cos now on GPU-Z there is not chake on crosfire (sorry for eng and i am send it through mobi) :'(
  11. Do you have both cards installed? In order for the crossfire option to appear you have to have both cards, at-lest for me.
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