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3 or 4 5770s in crossfire?

I've been looking around the forums and been unable to find an explicit answer: can 3 or 4 HD 5770s be thrown into crossfire? I know 2 in crossfire are a solid performer, but can it go more?

I'm guessing the answer is no, cause looking at my 5770, it seems there is only 1 crossfire bridge connection spot on the card.

Also, would one be able to crossfire another 2 5770s with the integrated 5770 on the asus MB showcased at Computex? (assuming it actually hits the market)

http://www.engadget.com/2010/06/05/asus-demos-immensity-x58-hydra-mainboard-with-integrated-ati-rad/
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    http://www.overclock.net/graphics-cards-general/502403-graphics-card-ranking-5th-time-last.html

    Seems like you can atleast put them in TriFire. But that thread has been wrong before.

    And in the link YOU provided it says you can Tri Fire also...

    "There's also an integrated Lucid Hydra chip fused onto the PCB, which means that you're free to slap another pair of PCIe-based GPUs in and get a three-way CrossFireX setup going. "

    I think its all speculation though.
  2. ''Also, would one be able to crossfire another 2 5770s with the integrated 5770 on the asus MB showcased at Computex? (assuming it actually hits the market) ''

    I kinda doubt it somehow... but who knows.. you gotta consider though that nvidias 'hybrid SLI' was a pretty epic fail..
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