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August 7, 2012 11:43:15 PM

Hey, guys! I built my computer a few months ago, and everything has been running smoothly. It's meant to be running both a 6550D (Integrated into my CPU) and a Radeon 6670, but I looked today at my AMD VCC setting to see that while CrossfireX is enabled... I'm only using the 6550D :o 

If I go to my Information Center, I can see stats about the 6670--I know it's plugged in and recognized by the computer. But if I go to anywhere else (Desktop Properties, Crossfire, Display Options, etc.) the dropdown bar only contains the 6550D :( 

Halp! How can I successfully enable CrossfireX between the two cards?

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August 9, 2012 6:41:25 AM

errrrmmm... whatever it is, its not crossfire that is running, crossfire is built/used solely for using graphics CARDS of the SAME series(6800, 6500, 7800, etc) in conjunction.

i.e. crossfire doesnt work between those 2.
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August 9, 2012 8:05:38 AM

Not a solution to ur crossfire but what will help is that if u go to ur BIOS and make ur 6670 primary so that it might get detected to start with, and you might get better performance also. This will prevent your pc using the integrated one all the time.
After that you can try and check again see what happens with ur crossfire, not sure about the crossfire compatibility though.
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August 9, 2012 1:13:35 PM

Monarchco said:
errrrmmm... whatever it is, its not crossfire that is running, crossfire is built/used solely for using graphics CARDS of the SAME series(6800, 6500, 7800, etc) in conjunction.

i.e. crossfire doesnt work between those 2.

wrong.
there is different types of Crossfire including APU Crossfire combinations..

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August 12, 2012 4:11:27 PM

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August 12, 2012 4:42:54 PM

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