- Mar 26, 2008
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|System Name||FX CrossFireX|
|Processor||AMD FX™ 8370 @Stock|
|Motherboard||GA-990FXA-UD5 (rev. 3.1|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D15 the BEAST|
|Memory||AMD Radeon™ R5 Entertainment Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1600 MHz CL11 Part Number: R5316G1601U2K-G T|
|Video Card(s)||MSI Gaming R9 390|
|Storage||x3 Seagates 1Terabyte X1 Seagate 2Terabyte <Steam Install|
|Display(s)||40 Inch Samsung HDTV (monitor)|
|Audio Device(s)||AMD/HDMI to Onkyo HT-R508 Receiver|
|Power Supply||EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2 Power Supply|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro X64|
We are all entitled to our own opinions. SLI & CFx are the rage right now & dual gpu cards just put that notion into a single card. For myself, 2 is always better than one. This thing is just 2 4870s on one PCB - which actually allows it to be faster than 2 4870s in CFx for a lower price than 2 4870s. That's win/win in my book, whether they're comparing it with the GTX280 or 2 of them in SLI.
2,4870`s +$329+$329=$658=we loose unless they drop down the 4850 to $150 and the 4870 to $200 mark then we all win.
How long in real terms do you think customers are going to pay the green camp nearly $800 for 1 card ?( going by pricing in Canada.