Originally Posted by Mussels
its two things.
#1 its more money
#2 it ensures compatibility.
its like ram, you need a heap of tweaking options to get every stick of DDR2 to work in a DDR2 board - and it gets more complex with dual channel for example, whereas crossfire or SLI they're trying to make it plug and play.
Ya I can follow that... Grr... stop making it easy for nooobs and make the jobs that some of us can do pay something again.