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Sinistercr0c

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The motherboard is crossfire capable but your PSU may not support two cards....the HD 6770 draws 108w under load so requires a 6 pin PCI-E connector, that means two connectors for two cards....you need to check if your PSU has two 6 pin PCI-E cables.
 

Sinistercr0c

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The two cards you mention have very similar performance so it stands to reason that two HD 6770's will be 'better', however it also means you need a more powerful PSU (crossfire certified preferably) to run the two cards and a crossfire capable motherboard. Then there are issues around driver compatibility in games and so on.
 

Sinistercr0c

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The motherboard is crossfire capable but your PSU may not support two cards....the HD 6770 draws 108w under load so requires a 6 pin PCI-E connector, that means two connectors for two cards....you need to check if your PSU has two 6 pin PCI-E cables.
 

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