ATI claims that its Crossfire will be compatible with all games. All games should get performance increase while this should not be the case with Nvidia SLI platform. Compared with two 6800 Ultra in SLI, ATI’s Crossfire should end up about 10 per cent faster in 3DMark05, about 30 percent in Splinter cell C.T game and more than 60 percent in NFSU2. The results are gathered from testing SLI and Crossfire platforms on 1600×1200 resolution, with 4X FSAA and 8X aniso, Athlon 64, 1GB DDR 400 memory, RD480 motherboard with 8.151 driver. ATI used two X850 XT Crossfire cards versus Asus SLI Deluxe board, 71.89 drivers, and two 6800 Ultra cards in SLI.

ATI claims that its Crossfire will be compatible with all games. All games should get performance increase while this should not be the case with Nvidia SLI platform. Compared with two 6800 Ultra in SLI, ATI’s Crossfire should end up about 10 per cent faster in 3DMark05, about 30 percent in Splinter cell C.T game and more than 60 percent in NFSU2. The results are gathered from testing SLI and Crossfire platforms on 1600×1200 resolution, with 4X FSAA and 8X aniso, Athlon 64, 1GB DDR 400 memory, RD480 motherboard with 8.151 driver. ATI used two X850 XT Crossfire cards versus Asus SLI Deluxe board, 71.89 drivers, and two 6800 Ultra cards in SLI.