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Hello all,

Why cant the TX 750 watt power supply crossfire?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021

In the details tab it says Crossfire: No

Also what's the difference between Crossfire and Crossfire X?
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    It is not Crossfire certified by AMD. I would have thought this is because it hasn't been tested by AMD, although I can't confirm this. Just because a unit hasn't been tested doesn't mean that it can't support Crossfire.
    Depending on the cards you want to use it definitely can support two AMD graphics in Crossfire.

    Crossfire and CrossfireX are the same thing, I think it was originally just Crossfire, but at some point AMD change it to CrossfireX, but people still just use the 'Crossfire' terminology.
  2. yeah +1^ assuming you have two cards that somewhere around the HD6850 or HD6870 range and have the appropriate PCIe connectors on your power supply you should be fine to X-fire (just one more way to spell it lol)
  3. Lunixed said:
    Hello all,

    Why cant the TX 750 watt power supply crossfire?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021

    In the details tab it says Crossfire: No

    Also what's the difference between Crossfire and Crossfire X?


    It'll Crossfire or SLI just about any 2 cards you want, no problem.
  4. Lunixed said:
    Hello all,

    Why cant the TX 750 watt power supply crossfire?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021

    In the details tab it says Crossfire: No

    Also what's the difference between Crossfire and Crossfire X?


    It should Crossfire without any issues. I too have a Corsair TX 750 PSU powering my setup of two AMD Radeon HD 6870 GPUs.

    I hope you have applied the Crossfire bridge.
  5. Thank you all sexy peeople :DD
  6. Best answer selected by Lunixed.
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