Crossfire 4670 1gb Or 9800gtx+?

Okay so I already have a 4670 and am gonna upgrade soon. I'm debating whether or not to get the 9800gtx+ to replace my 4670 or to get another 4670 and crossfire it.

Which option would have better performance?

Thanks!
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  1. No, the performance for a CFHD4670 wouldn't be that great.

    Instead, sell the HD4670 for $50, and get an HD5770. It is much better than a 9800GTX+, and has all the features of newer technology.
  2. shadow187 said:
    No, the performance for a CFHD4670 wouldn't be that great.

    Instead, sell the HD4670 for $50, and get an HD5770. It is much better than a 9800GTX+, and has all the features of newer technology.


    +1

    if you can afford it, the 5770 is a much better choice.
  3. Okay, I guess i'll go with the 5770. Can anyone recommend me a good brand?
  4. Oh and by the way, I have a Amd Athlon II X2, will it bottle neck?
  5. Athlon II x2 245? Give it a small overclock, and you'll be just fine.

    As for your 5770, just get the cheapest brand. Unless you want better cooling, in which case get the TOXIC or VAPOR-X.
  6. shadow187 said:
    Athlon II x2 245? Give it a small overclock, and you'll be just fine.

    As for your 5770, just get the cheapest brand. Unless you want better cooling, in which case get the TOXIC or VAPOR-X.


    It's a 240, and I overclocked it to 3.4 ghz so it should be fine?
  7. danofer said:
    It's a 240, and I overclocked it to 3.4 ghz so it should be fine?


    yeah that should be fine. multi-threaded games may suffer a little, but nothing is likely to be unplayable.
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