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ATI pitches CrossFire certification scheme

Touts full list of compatible products on website

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Computex 2006 ATI has launched a website it claims will make it easier for its fans to choose CrossFire-enabled hardware. The site list the 90-odd graphics cards, mobos, PSUs and memory that have passed the company's CrossFire compatibility certification procedure, it said today.

The website, www.aticrossfire.com specs out sample PC configurations which incorporate CrossFire-certified products. It also provides a full list of such items for enthusiasts looking to build their own system.

ATI began the CrossFire certification process in March, but only now is it really beginning to communicate the benefits of the programme to end-users. ®

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