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Im thinking about crossfiring

i wanna crossfire let me know if you think it is worth it this is my mother board

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=6321553

can i even crossfire with it and here is my video card now

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004IMF1IM/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i00

is it worth it to crossfire and if so id wanna spend between 50-150$ for a video card to add some more power to it.
if its possible let me know thanks. :D
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    Nope, it looks like your motherboard has only one PCIe x16 slot, so you can't even fit a second card.
  2. capt_taco said:
    Nope, it looks like your motherboard has only one PCIe x16 slot, so you can't even fit a second card.



    ok thank you i seen that it only has one but then it the box for the MB it said like crossfireX support.
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  4. Did it say CrossfireX or "Hybrid CrossfireX?"

    What that may mean is: With certain boards that have built-in graphics adapters, you can "crossfire" a plug-in video card with the onboard graphics to get a little boost in performance. They called it Hybrid CrossfireX in the previous generation; now they call it Dual Graphics and it refers to crossfiring a plug-in video card with the built-in graphics on a Llano CPU. It's technically a little different, but the idea is roughly the same.

    At any rate, even though you can't crossfire two cards, you may want to look into Hybrid CrossfireX anyway. You may be able to still get some performance increase without paying anything.
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