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    CrossFire + Physics

    i have a measly 2Ghz core 2 duo laptop and in september am finally buiding a pc,
    Q6700
    oz reaper 4Gb 800mhz
    and 2 x 1Gb HD2900 GDDR4
    can these 2 cards run with a physics card as well and is there any mobo out there to
    support it at full speed x16 with a third ATI as physics?

    found a DFI Lanparty but pci-e only runs at x8

    cheers guys for any help or info

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebgsm View Post
    i have a measly 2Ghz core 2 duo laptop and in september am finally buiding a pc,
    Q6700
    oz reaper 4Gb 800mhz
    and 2 x 1Gb HD2900 GDDR4
    can these 2 cards run with a physics card as well and is there any mobo out there to
    support it at full speed x16 with a third ATI as physics?

    found a DFI Lanparty but pci-e only runs at x8

    cheers guys for any help or info
    would you not be better off just buying one gfx card as there are still not many games that support sli/crossfire and the ones that do dont give huge increase in performance

    a single 2900xt 1gb or 8800gtx/ultra and a physics card would make more sense unless you are rich of course then go for 2


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