List of All AMD CrossFire Graphics Cards for PC

CrossFire is a multi-GPU technology from AMD which allows you to run maximum of 4 GPUs on a single motherboard. It is very similar to the Nvidia’s SLI multi-GPU technology in many aspects. You can really achieve much higher performance in games and other applications when using multiple graphics cards in CrossFire setup. Here in this post I am going to talk about AMD CrossFire technology and also provide you the list of all AMD graphics cards that supports CrossFire.

Requirements for CrossFire Setup

Here are the various requirements for setting up CrossFire setup on your computer using multiple GPUs.

CrossFire Ready Graphics Cards

The first requirement for setting up a CrossFire configuration is two or more CrossFire Ready AMD Graphics Cards (up 4 GPUs). Unlike Nvidia SLI, two graphics cards having different GPUs may work together in AMD CrossFire mode depending on their compatibility.


You can look at the compatibility list below of CrossFire graphics cards showing which AMD graphics cards are compatible with another in CrossFire configuration.

CrossFire Motherboard

The other major requirement of Crossfire setup is Crossfire Ready Motherboard or Motherboard that supports CrossFire. Not all motherboards having multiple PCI Express x16 graphics card slots support Crossfire as some of them support SLI only.


CrossFire Bridge (not always)

Not all AMD graphics cards especially the latest ones require CrossFire Bridge for CrossFire Configuration. But most of the older generation AMD Radeon graphics cards require CrossFire Bridge for working in Crossfire. AMD Radeon Graphics cards that do not require CrossFire communicate through PCI Express Lanes or Bus.


CrossFire Drivers

You do require drivers for CrossFire for setting up multi-GPU configuration for AMD Graphics Cards. Normally the CrossFire drivers are included in the generic AMD Graphics Card drivers which you can download on the AMD website.

Powerful Power Supply

For a CrossFire setup you need a powerful PSU of 1000 Watts or above. This is because multiple graphics cards consume lot of power and you might end up blowing power supply or may be other components if your PSU is weak to hold the CrossFire setup.

Check out: Best Budget Power Supplies for Gaming PC

Types of CrossFire

AMD CrossFire – AMD CrossFire or also known as CrossFireX is the standard CrossFire setup where you plug in two or more discrete graphics cards in the PCI-E x16 slot of the motherboard. After that you can enable the CrossFire using the AMD Drivers.

AMD Dual Graphics – In this the graphics processor of the APU and discrete graphics card work together in CrossFire.

AMD Hybrid CrossFire – In this integrated graphics on the motherboard and discrete graphics card work together in CrossFire.

CrossFire Configurations

2-Way CrossFire – In this type you can run two single GPU graphics cards or one dual GPU AMD Radeon graphics card in CrossFire mode.

3-Way CrossFire – In this you can configure three single GPU AMD graphics cards in Crossfire mode.

4-Way CrossFire – Here you can run four single GPU AMD graphics cards or two dual GPU graphics cards in CrossFire setup.

XDMA CrossFire

This is the latest generation CrossFire technology for newer graphics cards where No CrossFire Bridge is required and the communication between the graphics cards is carried on by PCI Express Bus (PCI Express 3.0) through XDMA. PCI Express 3.0 lanes provides up to 17.5 higher bandwidth i.e. 15.754 GB/s for x16 slot compared to the external CrossFire Bridge which provides maximum bandwidth of only 900 MB/s.


Important Note: AMD CrossFire works on Window 7 and higher operation systems.

List of AMD Graphics Cards having CrossFire Support

Here is the list of all desktop graphics cards from AMD that supports CrossFire technology.

  • Radeon RX Vega 64
  • Radeon RX Vega 56
  • Radeon RX 580
  • Radeon RX 570
  • Radeon RX 560
  • Radeon RX 550
  • Radeon RX 480
  • Radeon RX 470
  • Radeon RX 460
  • Radeon R9 295X2
  • Radeon R9 290
  • Radeon R9 280X
  • Radeon R9 280
  • Radeon R9 270X
  • Radeon R9 270
  • Radeon R7 265
  • Radeon R7 260X
  • Radeon R7 260
  • Radeon R7 250X
  • Radeon R7 250
  • Radeon R7 240
  • Radeon HD 7970
  • Radeon HD 7950
  • Radeon HD 7870
  • Radeon HD 7850
  • Radeon HD 7770
  • Radeon HD 7750
  • Radeon HD 6990
  • Radeon HD 6970
  • Radeon HD 6950
  • Radeon HD 6870
  • Radeon HD 6850
  • Radeon HD 6790
  • Radeon HD 6770
  • Radeon HD 6750
  • Radeon HD 5970
  • Radeon HD 5870
  • Radeon HD 5850
  • Radeon HD 5830
  • Radeon HD 5770
  • Radeon HD 5750
  • Radeon HD 4870 X2
  • Radeon HD 4850 X2
  • Radeon HD 4890
  • Radeon HD 4870
  • Radeon HD 4850
  • Radeon HD 4830
  • Radeon HD 4770
  • Radeon HD 4670
  • Radeon HD 4650
  • Radeon HD 4550
  • Radeon HD 4350
  • Radeon HD 3870 X2
  • Radeon HD 3870
  • Radeon HD 3850 X2
  • Radeon HD 3850
  • Radeon HD 3650
  • Radeon HD 3470
  • Radeon HD 3450

Update: AMD has officially ended their brand CrossFire for multi-GPU configurations. Now it will be called multi-GPU or mGPU and just like Nvidia, newer graphics cards from AMD will only support 2-way multi-GPU setup. This is applicable from AMDs latest Radeon RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56 graphics cards.

If you have any queries regarding AMD CrossFire or graphics cards then please leave a comment below.


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