Well i got my new rig a week ago and heres the setup:
Mobo: Asrock M3A790GXH/128m
HDD: 500GB Samsung something
CPU: Phenom x4 955 Black Edition
GPU: Two Gainwards HD4850 512m "Goes like hell edition"
RAM: 4GB OCZ Golden Edition 1800mhz
And for power: OCZ 600W ModXStream PRO
So as happy as i was to try Crossfire technology in action... When i got the computer and opened CCC (0.96v), pressed "crossfire option" but wtf, in the dropdown menu theres only one "Hd 4800 series" BUT theres a message that crossfire is enabled and it runs cool. So i thought "Maybe it just show one of the cards..
But to be sure i downloaded GPU-Z 0.3.4 Which is a gfx card monitoring utility. When i opened it it showed both cards and both got all the readings (THO, i saw that one of them was hotter the the other..)
After that, i forgot the problem about CCC showing only 1 gfx card. But when i read a review about a crossfire setup i saw a picture of the guys CCC, and INDEED his CCC showed 2x cards in the dropdown menu.
Now heres a pic of what my computer shows my about my gfx.
nr 1 is what it shows me when i right click on CCC (the third and fourth "hd 4850 has the same options as the second)
nr 2 and 3 are infos and dropdowns from CC
nr 4 is the graph utility
Heres a pic of the review CCC
Now my question is: Is my crossfire working? SHould ccc just show one of the cards but still tell that xfire is working? Is it configured right?