We throw another 4GB HD 7850 into the mix and see how CrossFire performance is with these new bad boys from HIS.
We looked at the Radeon HD 7850 IceQ Turbo video card the other day, and today we throw a second into the mix and look at CrossFire performance.
We get around to testing CrossFire performance with two HIS Radeon HD 7850 IceQ X TurboX video cards.
We pair two HIS Radeon HD 7870 IceQ video cards together and proceed to overclock them to find out how they go with the new iTurbo software.
The only thing better than one MSI HD 7970 Lightning overclocked is a pair of them overclocked in CrossFire mode. Let's go!
We've got the reference model AMD HD 7750 on hand, so we CrossFire it with our HIS one because we can. Let's check out performance!
We strap our fourth AMD Radeon HD 7970 into our testbed and check out some four way CrossFireX action via VisionTek.
We pair the brand new AMD Radeon HD 7870 up with a second video card and see how CrossFire performance is on the new model.
We pair the Sapphire HD 7770 with another and see how CrossFire HD 7770 performance looks.
Shane is back and out of hospital and to celebrate he checks out two Radeon HD 7950's in CrossFire and when overclocked.
With a pair of dual fan OC Radeon HD 7950's from Sapphire, we find out how CrossFire performance goes on the new model.
Two AMD Radeon HD 7970's is going to be the most common CrossFire setup, so we take the time to see how overclocking goes.
What type of performance does a $1650 AMD GPU setup give you? Check out as we test three new AMD Radeon HD 7970 GPUs in CrossFireX.
We got a new Sapphire HD 7970 video card into the labs and start to test CrossFire performance of the brand new HD 7970 GPU from AMD.
So you bought a HD 6970 2GB when it launched, and you're now wondering if you should partner it with a HD 6990 4GB? - We tell you if you should!
We get a 1GB HD 6950 from AMD and pair it with our Sapphire one to see how this 1GB model goes in CrossFire.
Two cores on one card is all great and that, but let's get two cards and four cores in our testbed system for a real party.
It doesn't carry the same price tag as its big brother, but packs some good performance. How's the HD 6950 go when we Crossfire it?
We've seen what one new HD 6970 can bring to the table so far thanks to Sapphire. Now we do the next logical step and add a second into the mix.
You're not running 4.2GHz on a $1,000 CPU? That's cool - Let's see how this $400 VGA setup runs at different clock speeds.
With 960 Shader HD 6850s in Crossfire looked at earlier this week, it's now time to see what happens when we overclock these puppies.