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Windows 7: Sli vs crossfire

16 Jun 2011   #11

7 Ultimate x64

No, like I said, I've been pretty fortunate with my ATIs. Ever conscious of ATI driver issues, I will say that I'm meticulous when installing a new set of drivers. I always run Driver Sweeper to erase all traces of the previous version before installing a new set... which is something I've never had to do with any nVidia card I've ever owned.

If I have several folders open, inevitably, one will go black. It's not a big enough problem to moan about, but it can be annoying at times. Games and apps run just fine. I have another ATI running my htpc (5450), and I've never had an issue with that rig; granted, I've only had 2 different sets of drivers installed on that machine.

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