Ok is this better specs for my setup of my gaming system it has crossfire so i can upgrade in the future?

17th of July 2012 0

Ok is this better specs for my setup of my gaming system it has crossfire so i can upgrade in the future?

Question by Nawzad T: Ok is this better specs for my setup of my gaming system it has crossfire so i can upgrade in the future?
Intel Core I5-3570 Ivy Bridge processor.
Asrock p77 motherboard with 32gb memory capacity, sata6, usb3, and uefi bios.
8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 high performance memory.
Zotac  Gtx 560 video card with 2gb GDDR5 MEMORY.
Western Digital Black 1TB 7200 Hard drive for storage. 64MB cache.
DIABLOTEK EVO ATX MID TOWER 4 x 120mm fans
DVD Burner.
Media Card Reader with ‘HC’ capability.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit operating system.
Microsoft Office 2010 Professional full edition.
Malwarebytes Antivirus and removal tool.

all comes to 820.00$
ok thanks yes my motherboard does support that so i can but another one in the future and hook it up

Best answer:

Answer by CanadaRAM
You can’t do Crossfire with an nVidia card. nVidia’s dial card system is called SLI

If your motherboard and power supply are SLI compatible, and the case has room for 2 cards then you could add a second GTX500 series card in the future. If you are considering dual cards, maybe look at a GTX600 series card because it will be easier to buy GTX6xx in the future than GTX5xx

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