Topic Title: A10 7850K + TWO (not one) R7 250 in Crossfire or ... PENT-CROSSFIRE (four R7 250 + A10-7850K)
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Created On: 01/15/2014 07:48 PM
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 01/15/2014 07:48 PM
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I think about Kaveri and dual graphics properties and two R7 250 in Crossfire? Would it be a "triple crossfire" and how it will perform? We are talking about 2500 GFLOPS ... 

What about this combination? What would be the proper mobo with A10 7850k with two R7-250 in crossfire?


And what about a 7850k with four R7-250 in quad crossfire in a ASUS A88X motherboard? x5 crossfire? x5 scalability ? (4300 GFLOPS aprox)  as nVIDIA GTX TITAN (4200 GFLOPS)

The price of the 7850K processor + four R7-250 + A88x motherboard (4300 GFLOPS for 480EUR!!!)...... a half of a SINGLE nVIDIA GTX TITAN (4200 GFLOPS) (900 EUR)!!!!!!!!!!

Edited: 01/15/2014 at 08:31 PM by Cumbress
 01/16/2014 01:58 PM
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First I don't know wich Asus A88X F2+ mobo your looking at that has four pci-e slots.

Second, crossfire only suports up to four gpus so this X5 crossfire is not going to happen and I'm not even sure you'll even be able to crossfire two cards with the APU.

I would forget about crossfiring R7-250's and just get one R9-280x or R9-290


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