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I'm buying 2 visiontek radeon hd 4870's, wandering which mother board and processor would be best to go with for this set.

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Any that has 2 separate pci-e, last board ive looked at was an asus crossfire board, looked sweet, would accomodate 2 vid cards nicely. went to new egg and was there

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