Well good luck with that. The game works with a single card. And I'm sure that the two tech companies that run the video card industry have some legal jargon in a EULA somewhere about mulitple GPU support. (besides Nvidia has there own issues with video games they are *far* from perfect)
Add to the fact that Crossfire works with a crap ton of games. I fail to see how you would be even remotely close to any sort of victory.
I'm sure they'll fix it eventually AC4 is a fun game. I get close to 60FPS on a single card. I would image you are probably in the high 40's / low 50's with a single card @ 1920x1080 at least. (unless your CPU bound).
But if you have the money to burn go for it.
Besides you should also go complain to Ubisoft for not even bothering to make any attempt at optimizing there crappy console port for the PC. The game is still capped @ 63FPS so even if crossfire were working my GPU usage on both GPU's would only be around 50%.
Buildings still pop in and out of exsistance. And the list goes on of how crappy a job ubisoft did to its PC customers. Stop trying to put all the blame on the AMD.
Good example of a PC port. Battlefield 3. It makes use of AMD CPU's and Intels Multithreading. Crossfire / SLI scaling in the game is great. And since it the game was built on a modern engine. It looks fantatic.
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