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AMD 570X chipset supports Dual 16x too? - PCstats.com AMD 570X chipset supports Dual 16x too?
Thu, May 24 2007 | 5:48PM | PermaLink Feedback?
A few days ago, we reported that Jetway will have 5 new models of mainboard based on this AMD 570X chipset. Officially, this chipset officially supports a 16x + 8x slot. It can run CrossFire in a Dual 8x mode. We received information that this chipset is similar to the 580X and it can actually turn on the remaining 8x PCIe to make the chipset support full DUAL 16x just like the 580X. As for the performance, there is no major breakthrough and it should run well with current X2 processors.
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