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Will 2 x Radeon HD 5450 support 3 monitors?

I have a PC with Radeon HD 5450 that has DVI, HDMI and VGA ports (i.e. no display port). I also have recently acquired (at no cost to me) a third monitor. To my huge disappointment the video card ...
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Dual Monitors - One Graphics card vs Two

I have a Dell Optiplex 790 with two Radeon HD 5450 cards (512MB Dedicated Memory) installed. Currently, I'm running two monitors off a single card. Card 1-->HDMI Splitter-->Monitor 1 ...
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Is it Possible to Hybrid Crossfire Radeon 5650 and 5670 graphics cards? [closed]

I have a Radeon 5650 graphics card which is very rare now. I wonder if I can crossfire a 5650 to work with a 5670 which is cheap and available. If I can crossfire them, will there be a performance ...
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Is better to buy one Radeon HD 7970 or two Radeon HD 7870? [closed]

The first one cost $400 and the second $200 each one. My computer has a intel ivy bridge i7 processor and 8gb of ram. I want to play games and 3d renderings. What combination is better? 7970 7870 ...
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Can't enable CrossfireX on 2 Diamond Radeon HD 5870

When I start Catalyst Control Center (CCC) and open AMD CrossFireX Configuration, the identify GPU button is disabled. Both cards are detected by Windows, CPUZ and GPUZ. CCC context menu shows 6 ...
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Does AMD CrossFire work in windowed mode?

I've been considering picking up two of the new 6870s to run in CrossFire, as it seems like great performance for the price. Unfortunately, I've stumbled upon some people saying that CrossFire doesn't ...
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How would Crossfire 2x Radeon HD 4770 compare against a single video card?

I'm looking to pick up a used computer. It is a Phenom 955 + 4 gigs of ram + Crossfire 2x Radeon HD 4770. How would this Crossfire combo compare to a single video card?