Topic Title: R9-270x
Topic Summary: crossfire possibilities question
Created On: 12/20/2013 01:25 AM
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 12/20/2013 01:25 AM
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Thelordoni
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Well, hello there graphics enthusiasts.  I have a very important question as I have had a computer that I can crossfire cards with, but I just never have.

Basically, I have in my possession a XFX R9-270x-CDFR that I purchased from Best Buy.  I simply wonder if there is any issue in attempting to set it up with a XFX R9-270x-CDFC that I am purchasing from Newegg (I actually had no hand in purchasing this one, or else I would have made sure everything was exactly the same).

Other specs:

Mobo: MSI 890 FXA-GD70

CPU: AMD FX-4300

Ram: I remember it's 16gigs of 1333 (not great, had a budget)

PSU: 1000w (900w continuous and modular)

If anyone has any idea what those final two part digits represent it would be appreciated. Hope you're all having a great winter (or perhaps summer).

 12/20/2013 02:42 AM
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zipsi
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I honestly cant tell the difference between them (maybe slight difference in cooling?), but I'm sure they can be crossfired with eachother.



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 12/20/2013 06:45 PM
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Thanks for the quick response.  Once I get the second one and hook it up, I'll post an update.  Cant hurt to let everyone else know (since all of the cards have these different part number designations).

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