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    Default Far Cry 5 and Radeon CrossFireX Scaling Review

    Multi-GPU is the future and I don't just mean CrossFireX and SLI. We need mGPU on a hardware level to handle where gaming is headed. Ubisoft is helping to pave the way with Far Cry 5 by having excellent multi graphics card support. The R9 290Xs didn't do too bad either!

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    Default Re: Far Cry 5 and Radeon CrossFireX Scaling Review

    I have been running 2 cards in SLI for quite some time now and will never go back to only one card
    I also have all the Far Cry games installed and love them

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    Default Re: Far Cry 5 and Radeon CrossFireX Scaling Review

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    I have been running 2 cards in SLI for quite some time now and will never go back to only one card
    I also have all the Far Cry games installed and love them
    I use SLI and Crossfire too. I have been for a long, long time.
    The only system I have without dual cards has a GTX-1080Ti in it. You could say that it doesn't need two cards, but I'd love to have another one

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    Default Re: Far Cry 5 and Radeon CrossFireX Scaling Review

    Until they make frame rate gains better for way more games no way I go SLI unless I had loads of money to just blow. I don't play the lottery so that will not happen. One game showing good CrossFire numbers that is really recent is nice though I guess.
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    Default Re: Far Cry 5 and Radeon CrossFireX Scaling Review

    I'm using SLI for years (since my first 3 SLI GTX580), and I'll never go back to a single card again.

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