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    socket 1155 .what i learned that there are speacial chipset in cpu which help to cope with the multigpu bandwidth ..so if you guys can explain it more or is this really necessary to get the benefit from dual gpu setup

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    dont go for multi gpu, buy a powerful single gpu instead.

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    dont go for multi gpu...huddai beshi power khabe...instead go for a single powerful gpu as vanguard said...


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    If you are considering low end multi GPUs with performance slightly above a single GPU (and within budget) then get the single GPU instead.

    For example, get a GTX670 instead of 2xGTX650. But if it's 2 mid range or high end GPUs then there's no alternative to the level of performance offered by going multi GPU.

    As for the CPU, any modern i5 (Sandy Bridge and IVB; maybe even Nehalem i5s if you are considering 2x 460/6870 and below) will be able to handle multi GPUs.

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    If you really Want to go for Multi GPU then u may go for 7770 Crossfire....
    See the Benches..........


    Image One Source
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    You should Remember some thing.....
    1. Without k series it might be bottleneck.....
    2. You have to buy gud and Strong PSU.....
    3. have to buy a gud, boro-soro, mota-sota Case... 7770 onek bro gfx card na, heat jate case na thakte pare aar jonno valo case nite hobe....
    4. Of course crxfire/sli Friendly mobo kinte hobe (jodioo bola lage na).....
    5. See the Price to performance ratio... jar mane ami jei jinis tar jonno tk invest kortesi seta amar invest onujaye koto tuku or ki rokom performance dicche.....
    LIKE.......
    sapphire 7770 oc new market price 14K
    Sapphire 7950 new market price 33K
    akon apni jodi 7770 2ta kinen thahole price hobe 7770 @14K X 2 = 28K
    and akta 7950 aar price 33k
    so benches gular dike valo vabe khayal korle dekte paben 7770 crxfire single 7950 ke haria diache..... which is Sweet
    but 7770 crxfire korte gia apnake kisu taka, Physical and mental energy spend korte hobe....
    only 7950 use korte parle otota spend korte hoto na....

    Another thought:::::::
    Gigabyte 7770 @11 jodi oita dia crxfire kora jai tha hole Price to performance ratio ta aro developed hoto...
    Sapphire 7770 2nd hand 9K te pawa jai ai rokom duita use korte parle aro valo......

    So do the calculation and think what u really want to do..........
    Best Of Luck.........
    Last edited by king_showrav416; October 5th, 2012 at 11:29.

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    Cf is a worse decision. .it has driver issues and also has lots of bugs and even maximum games doesnt support multy gpus and if you are not a bench people, then why you need to get 2gpus? A single high end gpu like 7950 or gtx 670 can give you 50-60fps in most of the games in 1080p resolution but if you already have a gpu and you want to get another one for sli/cf, then this is good and yes cf/sli needs a strong cpu support and power support so obviously i5 k series or i7 k series will be perfect as well as 750w or 650w psu will be perfect for the whole setup

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