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Since 2 5870s are One 5970 Will This Be Like Having 3 5970's In Crossfire And Can U Even Do This Is It Possible And What Powersupply Will I Need 2 Or 1 Wattage Etc

asked Aug 07 '10 at 13:02

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Not so sure that combination would work.. you might want to ask someone at ATI to be sure. Or post a similar question on a forum specifically related to graphics cards and gaming etc. As for power supply? You'd need a crazy 1300 or 1500 watt to run four monster cards like that. An eFriend of mine "SLI"ed four GTX 480s and it required a 1500 watt PSU. Better cool that box pretty well too.

answered Aug 07 '10 at 15:15

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i dont think it will work. you need to have all the same cards. or contact ati to check

answered Aug 07 '10 at 13:36

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