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ATI Crossfire XPRESS3200 Preview

W1zzard

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ATI, the company that is most known of their powerful and quality graphic card solutions, released their first Crossfire mainboard chipset with the RD480. Today they present the new Xpress 3200 chipset. The most important feature is support for x16/x16 PCI-Express when running in Crossfire mode. There are also a lot of other interesting changes.

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W1zzard, i'm assuming you're starting to work on the review now. You got the ASUS A8N32-MVP right? Well, can't wait bro, good luck....we'll see your success as usual :)
 

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almost finished with the review .. trying to get it out this week
 
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not upgrade worthy, but definatly a step in the right direction.

This thing also is supposed to support AM2 right?

Its more of a future proofing rather than performance boost.. :)