Its been a couple of days since AMD Radeon R9 Nano was revealed. But none of the tech sites did a proper review of the AMD Radeon R9 Nano CrossFire, that how did the new graphics card from AMD performs in crossfire mode. Well the most probable reason is that AMD had sent just a single graphics card sample to top most tech site. Well the first AMD Radeon R9 Nano CrossFire has been revealed and the review was done by TechPowerUp.
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AMD Radeon R9 Nano CrossFire done by TechPowerUp
Well according to TechPowerUp like most of the sites they also received a single sample of the Radoen R9 Nano but their curiosity led them buy another R9 Nano to check the performance of the card in crossfire mode. Well AMD Radeon R9 Nano Crossfire revealed that is scaled great at 4K (3840×2160 ) Resolution with up to 90% scaling, Yeah that’s right 90% which is a very great number. The 90% scaling is for both AMD and Nvidia optimized titles namely GTA V and The Witcher 3.
Well things to be noted about different game engines and stuff. The CryEngine titles also got upto 80% scaling taking advantage of the GCN (Graphics Core Next) Architecture. Well there were some place where there were no improvement against a single R9 Nano, this is probably dude to the fact most of the those games don’t have Multi-GPU functionality in them. One probability is also that AMD is still working on the drivers of Fiji based graphics card which includes Radeon R9 Fury, Fury X, Nano and the new upcoming graphics card Radeon R9 Fury X2.
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AMD Radeon R9 Nano Crossfire with Radeon R9 Fury
Well TechPowerUp also did a great job by crossfiring R9 Nano and R9 Fury X. It is reported at launch that both R9 Nano and R9 Fury X will have Crossfire XDMA compatibility due to which the difference between them will be very small though R9 Fury X is 15% faster than R9 Nano because of higher clock Speeds. Read more details at TechPowerUP. Well it is mentioned on the site that in CrossFire mode the performance is quite very good enough for 4K Gaming. Well for crossfire Fury X seems a better option.
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