Radeon HD 3870 X2 in Crossfire X Tested (Page 1)

The latest ATI Catalyst drivers bring us the ability to pair up two HD 3870 X2s for some Quad-GPU Crossfire X action.
| Mar 4, 2008 at 11:00 pm CST
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Introduction The driver is out that does it all. Crossfire X; we've wanted it, we've asked for it, we've (finally) got it. Crossfire X is the next generation of Crossfire technology for Radeon based graphics cards. If you're curious on just what you can do with Crossfire X, check out the picture below that gives you an idea on just how versatile this technology is.
We'll be looking at the top dogs today, the HD 3870 X2. Let's get stuck into it.

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