Few things eat computer power quite as fast as graphics displays. With modern multi-CPU systems, the video card can become the bottleneck for your imagery, if one isn't careful. What's a graphics professional or serious gamer to do? Enter Crossfire cards: by ganging two Crossfire-compatible video cards together, you can create your own multiple processor graphics sub-system, utilizing the power of each processor to do part of the work. With two modern GPUs working together, your images can be higher resolution, faster than ever before -- almost like having a small rendering farm in a box. And it's not just the boards that are smart: the drivers recognize a large number of applications and automatically use the best rendering mode for each. Nor do your Crossfire boards have to be identical: the software will adjust the rendering loads according to each board's capabilities. Thus, you don't have to buy everything all at once if you want to further upgrade your Crossfire graphics system. This is one serious upgrade in graphics power, so make certain that your motherboard, memory, and power supply are all up to the task. Professionals and serious gamers alike, you're going to like what you see!