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SLI and ATI logo!

Alright I have been seeing some boards that have 2 pci 2.0 X16 with no crossfire ready support logo and i see some boards have ati cross fire and sli technology logo but one has pci 2.0 X4 and pci 2.0 X16.So which is better?
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  1. It all depends on what you want to do. Currently if selecting AMD build the Crossfire boards (no boards that supports both except the lucid boards) are newer with more features. If an Intel build select a board that supports both crossfire and SLI.
  2. PCI-E 2.0 x16
  3. it is not about the pci 2.0 X16 or about this its about the Logo.Such as why does Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3-B3 mobo hold a crossfire technology logo even though it has one pci 2.0x4 and one x16 and why does MSI H67MA-ED55 which holds 2 pci 2.0 x16 but it does not hold the Crossfire sigma?
    And if the MSI board does not hold the logo, can it still do better than the gigabyte the one with the CF logo?
  4. The 2nd line in the MSI mobo works at x1, with that isn't possible use Crossfire or SLI. In that MSI you can use Hybrid Crossfire.
  5. saint19 said:
    The 2nd line in the MSI mobo works at x1, with that isn't possible use Crossfire or SLI. In that MSI you can use Hybrid Crossfire.

    How did you know this?
  6. ghnader hsmithot said:
    How did you know this?


    User's manual maybe?
  7. saint19 said:
    User's manual maybe?

    Maybe.I am just asking about the Logo.Why do some so does the Mobo with the CF or SLI logo mean that it is better even though they run at pci 2.0 x16 and 2.0 x4.
  8. Best answer
    "Better" that the other that doesn't comes with the logo, yeah, because can run Crossfire or SLI while the other one can't.
  9. Best answer selected by zulfadhli.
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