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ASUS EAH CuCore/2DI/1GD5 graphics card Specs – CNET
It is also has ATI CrossFireX Technology which means I can run two 2 of these puppies and link them together very nice for the multi-monitor environment. But if you come across an issue where the card gets incredibly hot Mine was reaching temps of cuccore until I lapped t he heatsink.
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Again, this opens up the possibility for more immersive gaming, but with a miniscule performance penalty when compared to using a CPU.
Further note for those that do crossfire or SLI, that by having two cards together will not double chcore available memory. Best of all, you’ve achieved modest nirvana without forking over hundreds of extra dollars.
Most relevant Most recent Ratings: Unfortunately the heatsink on this thing leaves more to desired. Why is this review inappropriate? Both videocards have around 1 billion transistors, stream processors, 40 texture units and 16 raster operators.
Extreme DirectX 11 Gaming Experience with 5.8oz CUcore
I must agree with them. Crossfire and CrossfireX is also good for these cards. There is just one down side to this card. PCI Express x16 2.
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Other than that, no problems. The card I purchased from a seller on eBay had just that problem. For me cufore is no problem as my tower has lots of internal space hence the name tower. But beware for some cards do not connections for 3 or 4 way crossfirex, and even more rare, is cards without the connection for hardware 2 way crossfire. TEM Read full review The end result is better looking, more detailed graphics with a very low cost in performance.
ASUS EAH CUcore/G/2DI/1GD5 Specs – CNET
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Being quad-pumped, the effective memory speed is a mouth watering 4.