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Crossfire, 8643 motherboard “lubin”

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Hp Desktop M01 F0033W
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I would like to know if my new desktop is compatible to crossfire, i have the Pcie 16 slot for a graphics card, i have integrated ryzen 3 3200 graphics. Im just curious if im able to use a graphics card. Also, will i need any other attachments other than the graphics card itself and will it cancel out my other if i add a new one or will it boost it - thanks.

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absolutely not !
You must be able to use two compatible cards, except, the motherboard has only a 16x pci slot
This motherboard does not allow this function
to know more :

https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/crossfire

https://www.gpumag.com/amd-crossfire/


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It really depends on what you are referring to as crossfire.

Since that term/word can mean different things to how it is used.  Do you mean the Crossfire game or video card use, to start with something to help explain.


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Hello
absolutely not !
You must be able to use two compatible cards, except, the motherboard has only a 16x pci slot
This motherboard does not allow this function
to know more :

https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/crossfire

https://www.gpumag.com/amd-crossfire/


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Understood, thanks! One last question. I have a l08261-002 180w power supply. Ive heard i can upgrade it, ive heard i can not due to the custom build hp has designed my desktop (M01-F0014) with. Am I able to do so? id really like to install a better graphics card but im worried my PSU cant handle it

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It's not simple
take a look, and if that's not enough open another thread

Power Supply Cross Reference for specific models

 

 


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