How to activare dual graphics with sapphire 6790

Hello,

I have motherborth gigabyte a75n-ud2h with a processor AMD A8-3850 and graphics sapphire 6790 and i want to activate dual graphics ( )
i dont have this option in my catalyst why? my version of catalyst is 12.1.
Wath i must do ?

thank you
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  1. amd dual graphics currently work with amd radeon hd 6450, 6570 and 6670 gfx cards.
    http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/dual-graphics/Pages/dual-graphics.aspx
  2. As far as I know, the highest Crossfire card for that APU is the 6670.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/4476/amd-a83850-review/6
  3. tlmck said:
    As far as I know, the highest Crossfire card for that APU is the 6670.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/4476/amd-a83850-review/6


    first i'm talking about dual graphics not crossfire, and second if i understand well my griphic card is higher than wath processor suport for dual graphics ?
  4. No, I was talking about Crossfire only. I do not know how to run dual GPU separately. Hopefully someone else can help.
  5. it is sort of a crossfire. iirc it used to be called asymmetric crossfire or hybrid crossfirex now it is called amd dual graphics.
    the highest card for dual graphics is 6670.
    your discreet gfx card (6790) is much more powerful compared to the integrated gpu inside the a8 3850.
    since amd doesn't allow combining a8 3850 and 6790 (imo if it did, the 6790 would lose performance), the dual graphics option doesn't show up.
  6. de5_Roy said:
    it is sort of a crossfire. iirc it used to be called asymmetric crossfire or hybrid crossfirex now it is called amd dual graphics.
    the highest card for dual graphics is 6670.
    your discreet gfx card (6790) is much more powerful compared to the integrated gpu inside the a8 3850.
    since amd doesn't allow combining a8 3850 and 6790 (imo if it did, the 6790 would lose performance), the dual graphics option doesn't show up.


    thank you, case close :cry:
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