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Crossfire runs worse

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by data101, Apr 6, 2008.

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  1. data101

    data101 Thread Starter

    Apr 6, 2008
    I recently realized that I didn't have crossfire turned on in my ATI "catalyst control centre" so I checked the box to turn it on. After that Call of Duty 4 stopped running properly. It ran really really slow. Fearing that I had screwed something up royally I went back into the ATI settings and unchecked the Crossfire box hoping that things would go back to normal. They didn't. It still runs terribly. It's completely unplayable but all of my other games work like Hitman: Blood Money and Age of Empires III. It's only Call of Duty 4 that is affected.

    On another forum someone suggested that I needed a bridge for my two cards. I searched Google and found nothing. Does it need a bridge? (It didn't come with one). They also suggested that I take one of the cards out and test them both independently to see if one of them is faulty.

    Anyone know what's up?

    My specs.

    AMD Athlon Dual Core 2.0 Ghz
    1 GB DDR 2 RAM
    Azus M2R32-MVP
    Western Digital 80 GB SATA
    (2) ATI Radeon X1600 Pro 512 MB
  2. leroys1000

    leroys1000 Banned

    Aug 15, 2007
    Check the menu in game and see if there is a detect hardware selection.
    It may have hardware dection and the configuration changed but
    the game files have not.
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