N/APosted on - 07/01/2014
I have a Gigabyte Radeon R7 250 2gb graphics card and I'm planning to buy another one of these to crossfire. I noticed that there are no gold connectors to use for crossfire. Or I could just plug in the other card, would that be possible? Any help here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Adding another Radeon R7 250 graphics card to crossfire
AMD is quite an awesome company with many new technologies to their graphics card system. In this series, they’ve made CrossFireX which was known to be CrossFire before. It’s such a technology that enables users to use multiple graphics card into same system.
There are many ports available on the CrossFire system. If you add more graphics card, all the graphics card attached to the board will work as one, single card with the power of all. This enables you have better graphical experience, have better speed and clearer, more HD view on your screen. It is also good enough if you wish to connect your multiple monitors to be connected on the same system.
If you add same graphics card into the system, it’s the best because both having the same configuration, it’ll enable working together more efficiently and make trouble less and provide better performance.