Can i mix a sstock 6970 with an aftermarket 6870 for crossfire ? Tags: Graphics Cards Crossfire Radeon Graphics Last response: July 23, 2011 5:03 PM in Graphics & Displays Share marquis July 23, 2011 4:49:56 PM hey does anyone know if i can cross fire my stock 6870 that i bought when they first came out with a newer 6870 by XFX , the cards don't look the same because the newer XFX has two fans on the same and the first card i bought was a radeon ... More about : mix sstock 6970 aftermarket 6870 crossfire bystander a c 211 U Graphics card July 23, 2011 5:03:29 PM You cannot crossfire two cards AMD/ATI cards that do not share the first 2 digits with the exception of the 5970, which works with 58xx cards due to having 5870's as the two GPU's on it's card. That means the 6870 can crossfire with a 6870 or 6850. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIs Crossfire this bad ? Forum2 6970 's - both have aftermarket heat sinks - HIS 6970 ForumGPU Upgrade: Radeon 6870 + 6850 hybrid or 6970 ? Forum2x 6970 in crossfire overkill? Forum6970 vs 2 x 6970 vs gtx 580 vs 2 x 6870 ForumIs watercooled HD 6970 Tri- Crossfire the ultimate graphics solution? ForumRadeon 6850 and 6870 Crossfire inquiry - brand and wattage? ForumTom's Hardware Member System Gallery ForumSLI / CrossFire FAQs ForumShould I get 6950 or 6970 or any other card? Forum6970 's Low FPS Forum[Help] What card to pair with my 6870 ? ForumNeed advice for new gamer PC (All parts) ForumUpgrading GTX460 ForumWill gtx 560ti will perform better with physx turned on at 1080 res ForumMy 7950 gt ko went bad and sent it back to evga. They are replacing it with a 88 ForumGTX280 vs MSI R 6870 Forum[Solved] Aftermarket cooler for Radeon 6950 ForumFlashing a 6950 to 6970, need lots of info? ForumI\'m replacing a 8400 GS video card 512 DDR2 pci-e. Can I use a 8400 GS 512 DDR More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !