Today we learned about an error within our ATi CrossFire article that frankly was the result of some misinformation provided to us by ATi regarding AA image quality comparisons.
Please check out our update here and draw your own conclusions. We hope this update serves as a reminder to always take vendor-provided information with a grain of salt, as we've stated numerous times in this article and many times in the past in previous articles, especially launch "previews" where we do not have access to hardware for our own testing purposes.
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