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Old 5th February 2008, 09:13   #1
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Default A Brief Look at CrossFireX Scaling

From what we can tell so far, it looks like AMD’s CrossFireX technology is already in pretty good shape with this first driver release. Back during the Radeon 8500 driver fiasco, ATI lost a lot of credibility when it came to the driver game. More recently however, the regular updates, general stability and feature set of AMD/ATI drivers has more than brought them back up to the expected level of quality. AMD seems to have adopted a fairly long development and testing period for driver releases, and makes it a point to launch a new version monthly (which is more than can be said for their counterpart).

http://www.fpslabs.com/reviews/video...sfirex-scaling
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