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Old 21st February 2009, 10:35   #1
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Default ATI CrossFire Xtension ~ Add CrossFire Support to Unsupported Games

Ever ran into a problem where you could not use your big, multiple ATI GPU setup on a new game? Don't worry, many people have had the same issue, and up until now, the only solution was to wait for an updated build of the Catalyst drivers, which usually takes over a month! Now, that problem has a solution! ATI CrossFire Xtension allows you to create custom profiles that will force CrossFire (ATI multi-GPU solution) support on non-supported, or new, games and applications.
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