|26 Aug 2010||#2|
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you're good to go:
- and yes, you will see a big improvement..
- imagine a marathon runner wearing ballet shoes, skipping for 26 miles..
- and still winning the race by a mile..!!
- you have enough power in that PSU, you'll just need a bridge connector..
PS: don't forget to download the ATI crossfire profiles, they're brilliant..!!
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