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Thread: Four Radeon HD 4850s In CrossfireX

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    Default Four Radeon HD 4850s In CrossfireX

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    Default Re: Four Radeon HD 4850s In CrossfireX

    Are the two cards running in 4x not bottlenecking the system though?? And are you sure that the two slots that run @ 16x electrical are actually running at that speed when all four cards are used?

    I'd love to see this test done (4x4850) on an AM2+ board that supports four full 16x electrical cards :D Though I am glad to see Intel boards finally starting to show support for more than two physical cards, step in the right direction!

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    Default Re: Four Radeon HD 4850s In CrossfireX

    ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

    2 x16 PCI-e 2.0
    2 x4 pci-e 2.0 (i think)

    maybe use an 790fx motherboard

    that one has 4 x8 pci-e 2.0 (basicly 4 x16 pci-e 1.1 bandwith)

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    Default Re: Four Radeon HD 4850s In CrossfireX

    i've got the m3a32 mvp wifi deluxe board. i had 4 4850's, but didn't get a chance to test it (sold them because they weren't the brand i wanted). hopefully i'll have enough to do that this month.
    -life's short play naked
    e7200@3.9GHz/ Gigabyte G33M DS2/ 4gb OCZ SLI DDR2 800/ Logitech mx518/ ASUS 4850/ Seasonic M12 700w/ 250gb seagate 7200.10 sata/ Silver NEC 3550a/ Silverstone Sugo SG03 /w 3x yate loon 120x120x20mm fans

    Phenom 9600 Black, 2x 8gb 300x CF SSD RAID, M3A32 MVP WiFi Deluxe, 2gb Ballistix 8500 DDR2...

    x2 3800/ ECS 6100 am2/ 2gb ddr2 Crucial Value/ thermaltake tr2 430w/ 250gb maxtor
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