So AMD has finally combined the drivers older R9 200 series and R9 300 series GPUs, making it conceivable that both these series of GPUs can be paired taking into account the similar-spec chip.

AMD Catalyst 15.7 Drivers Enables Support For CrossFire Between R300 and R200 Radeon GPUs

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AMD Radeon R9 300 series and R9 Fury series at the dispatch had separate drivers brought together as the Catalyst 15.7 WHQL. Notwithstanding, now it is conceivable to pair R9 390 or R9 390X with R9 290 or R9 290X. The element was kept a mystery, however now it’s been made clear that the Catalyst 15.7 has CrossFire similarity amongst the two GPU Generations.

The uplifting news is, amazing features like Virtual Super Resolution and Frame Rate Target Control, which were already just achievable with the R300 series only, can now prove to be useful with the older versions too.

AMD has been famously known as the lord of CrossFire setups adaptability as it permitted R9 280 series and HD 7900 design cards to match and in addition the R7 270 series and HD 7800 Radeons play pleasantly.

The product has likewise been included the CrossFire multi-GPU setup support which permits you to play smoothly with AMD FreeSync screens, presenting to you the best of both universes.

The not widely known feature was initially perceived via Videocardz and TechPowerUp. Then again, we haven’t run the tests ourselves yet here is the thing that others needed to say in regards to it.

At the point when PCWorld tried 290X/390X they thought of the accompanying breakdown.

Radeon R9 290X = R9 390X

Radeon R9 290 = R9 390

Radeon R9 285 = R9 380

Radeon R7 265 = R9 370

Radeon R7 260 – R9 360

At the point when Titan X and Fury X were tried in a go head to head, Titan, X scored 4056, while AMD Fury X scored 3981 on 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra.