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ATi To Announce Official Support For Crossfire On Intel 965 Chipsets

ATi is working on delivering a new Catalyst driver to support Crossfire on
Intel 965 Express Chipset but of course, the chipset only allows x4/x16 dual
graphics capabilities. ODMs and press have already gotten hold of the beta
Catalyst 6.10 drivers but the public will still be able to download the official
WHQL Catalyst 6.9 drivers that support Crossfire this coming Friday. ATi will
release the official WHQL Catalyst 6.10 drivers somewhere in October. MSI has jumped the gun a little and made an official announcement on their
P965 Platinum supporting Crossfire
but the rest will follow suit very soon. Any Intel 965 boards with two x16 slots
will be able to support Crossfire using the new Catalyst drivers.

ATi is working on delivering a new Catalyst driver to support Crossfire on
Intel 965 Express Chipset but of course, the chipset only allows x4/x16 dual
graphics capabilities. ODMs and press have already gotten hold of the beta
Catalyst 6.10 drivers but the public will still be able to download the official
WHQL Catalyst 6.9 drivers that support Crossfire this coming Friday. ATi will
release the official WHQL Catalyst 6.10 drivers somewhere in October. MSI has jumped the gun a little and made an official announcement on their
P965 Platinum supporting Crossfire
but the rest will follow suit very soon. Any Intel 965 boards with two x16 slots
will be able to support Crossfire using the new Catalyst drivers.

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