Crossfire/SLI technology is still and only a handful of cards can successfully work together. I read years ago that APU's could crossfire with certain cards but usually if they share the same architecture with for the most part. I was thinking what would cross fire well with the new Ryzen 5 2400g if it would be possible? Some leaked info seems to indicate it is about as as strong as a Nividia 1030 or Radeon Rx 550 in power depending on who you ask. If that is the case, then perhaps one of those cards could Crossfire/SLI with it?
I myself was thinking that, after a week or so after it comes out, I would see its performance and if it is good I would buy it with 16gb 2399 DDR 4 ram since that is the highest recommended amount of ram it can support. I would also buy a Radeon Rx 560 4gb as the prices for the card are decent for now till the 570/80s come back down to reality.
I am honestly surprised my MSI Radeon R7 370 3gb edition is actually still pretty good. From comparisons I did, the Rx 560 is only slightly better than it in turns of performance.
Edited by ArchmageHisummoner, 05 February 2018 - 04:27 PM.