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    Quote Originally Posted by Utazchet View Post
    Explain Crossfire to me.
    Both GPU's work in tandem with each other.
    You have one graphics card located in the first pci slot in your motherboard and another one located in the second pci slot in your motherboard and you connect them with a crossfire bridge (that comes with the graphics cards).

    They both share the load and act as if there are two GPU's in your computer.

    Here, i took some pictures to explain to you.
    This is my setup.





    (Ignore the white cable, that's my side panel fan connector)
    See the golden connector that goes from one graphics card to the other? That's a crossfire bridge!
    helt ensam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genesis View Post


    Both GPU's work in tandem with each other.
    You have one graphics card located in the first pci slot in your motherboard and another one located in the second pci slot in your motherboard and you connect them with a crossfire bridge (that comes with the graphics cards).

    They both share the load and act as if there are two GPU's in your computer.

    Here, i took some pictures to explain to you.
    This is my setup.

    (Ignore the white cable, that's my side panel fan connector)
    See the golden connector that goes from one graphics card to the other? That's a crossfire bridge!
    Looks sick!
    Last edited by Rance-Llama; 02-24-2013 at 10:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utazchet View Post
    This is just a build I wanna post. It is a $700 build. This computer build is strictly for gaming and maybe for recording. I have had a lot of help on this build and I want to know if it is really good. Please tell me if any parts could be downgraded to upgrade other parts. I really need the best build for $700. Try to keep it around there. I think I have pretty good parts. Can I stick with this? Look:

    Please Help out as I need the most suggestions as possible!

    I know I have been bothering you guys so much, I just need help.
    a PSU power adapter? wat

    maybe consider an Intel build?

    Y Y AMERICANS GET SO MUCH $ OFF SHIT >
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