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Old 2nd October 2006, 21:12   #1
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P965 Gets CrossFire: 975X vs P965 CrossFire Performance & Catalyst 6.10

Armed with an advance beta copy of Catalyst 6.10 and ASUS P5B BIOS, we set out to test P965 CrossFire performance and werenít disappointed: as we found P965 CrossFire to deliver equal performance to 975X under some games.

Join us as we preview Catalyst 6.10 and chat with ATIís Godfrey Cheng about a wide range of topics including ATI physics and upcoming features that will be added to CrossFire in the near future!
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