How do I get dual GPUs?

Thanks to the people who answered all of my previous tech questions, that includes the Instructables pros like Vyger, bwrussell, AndyGadget, and mpilchfamily. So I've bought a computer package for $690 and it came with everything needed on a computer, optical drive, hdd, mobo, case, cpu, psu, radeon 7790, and I just had to buy ram. I bought it from Newegg. So here is my new problem: I am awaiting for the arrival of my computer parts, and I realized m Radeon 7750 does not have a CrossfireX port thing to put the bridge on. However, the GPU that came with the package does. I know that my Radeon 7750 does have CrossfireX support and after a Google I know that if I had dual Radeon 7750s that it would be a plug and play. My question is, can I run both graphics cards on my motherboard without a crossfire bridge?, because my 7750 does not have a port to put the bridge on. Motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131874 Radeon 7790: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127726 Radeon 7750: I don't have a link, but it takes up one slot on the back of my computer and is able to fit into a Pavilion Slimline and supports CrossfireX (1GB). CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113284 RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231428 PSU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182278 The other computer parts I don't think are needed to explain. Thanks for reading!

Asked by knexpert1700 4 years ago


Why is my internet slow?

My question is deeper than what it says in the title. Ok, so to start, I have a gaming computer that I built myself. It has an AMD 8350 (Eight Cores @4Ghz) and a 1GB Radeon 7790. I have been using a cisco wireless usb stick. With that, I usually get around a 19ms ping from Western Mass to Boston. I usually get around a 16Mb/s download speed and 4.5Mb/s upload speed. I am fine with that. So I recently bought a Rosewill Wireless LAN PCI Card from newegg. It's model is RNX-N300X. It's CD came with a RALink software too. When I went to speedtest.net I only got 0.17Mbps download!!! My upload is a bit more with about 5.6Mbps. My ping is better too with about 15 or 16 ms ping. From a bit of slow research (Using this card) I found that one person was complaining with 50-75mbps because he usually gets 100-200. The responses suggested that it was because the card is for N type routers and not G type. The old usb stick I was using is also G type. But other responses claim that that doesn't matter and it simply is just the speed. So N should be faster, correct? My router is a Cisco E1200 which I believe is N type. I don't see the problem. Why is my download speed so terribly slow? Right now I will rely on my USB stick as I did before.

Asked by knexpert1700 4 years ago