PowerColor HD6990 Crossfire Review

AvP and Crysis Warhead

PowerColor HD6990 Crossfire Review

Alien vs Predator

Of course not everything is designed to take advantage of as many cards as you can fit into your tower, and AvP is one. All of the results are much of a muchness showing that once you hit two GPUs the engine isn't interested in anything else you have to hand.


Crysis Warhead

Furthering the proof that bigger isn't always necessarily better because developers don't always create 3D engines that are scalable, Crysis Warhead remains its indefinable self. How it places such demands upon the system that the extra card hinders performance to this level is disappointing to say the least.

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07-03-2011, 23:43:55

Got a spare grand kicking about and wonder what to do with it? Just read the review of the HD6990 and wonder how it would do in Crossfire? Read on...

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07-03-2011, 23:51:06


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08-03-2011, 00:46:23

I wonder how it would perform in wather cooled conditions? Uderwise nice card, but a little hot and loud for my taste Quote

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