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AMD Vega can run in CrossFire
While AMD Vega cards are rare to find nowadays, you can make them crossfire if you update the latest drivers. This surely seems appealing, but unfortunately not for everyone. The cards also have a very high price and miners are highly interested in these. You sure want to have the cards cheaper, but this is not possible, since things that are hard to find come at a higher cost that they normally released and this is not good from AMD's side.
AMD decided to switch a little bit more to miners by producing those cards and it surely does a huge impact in the gaming world. This is not a happy event for a lot of people as it doesn't benefit gamers. Worse, it will make the cards cost even higher. As I mentioned on previous posts, this is a terrible moment for gamers, because it is hard to find a good GPU for a reasonable price, which literally means every card is overpriced from what it gives based on the previous year.
The GT 1030, which was the cheapest card, doesn't give that good experience you would expect from buying a new card, so I would strongly suggest to just wait. The CrossFire of the Vega cards is good news though, but to some extent will make the cards even more appealing and people will run to grab even more of them. This might be done on purpose, or maybe the engineers working on Ryzen made the GPU side of AMD a bit worse, but they might get back up with the Vega cards later this year.
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