CrossFire


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CrossFire

A multi-GPU interface from ATI for connecting two ATI graphics cards (display adapters) together for faster rendering on one monitor. CrossFire machines require PCI Express slots, a CrossFire-enabled motherboard and, depending on which models are used, either a pair of ATI Radeon cards or one card and one matching CrossFire Edition card. A four-card system (Quad CrossFire) doubles the processing capability. See Super AA, multi-GPU and SLI.
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Jerry Falwell was in the crossfire, and Kinsley was determined to score a direct hit.
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If Crossfire sells the church, it would find another one to buy in south Eugene, Taylor said.
As (http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/cnn-to-revive-crossfire-in-fall-1200501810/) Variety points out, the revival of "Crossfire" comes as CNN attempts to revive its sagging prime-time ratings in the face of expanding competition.
But the match finally finished with a one-sided score line of 9-0 to the Crossfire.
Abbas was always caught in the crossfire when Lebanon and Israel were at war in 2006 and she remembers when three youth from the neighboring village Arab al-Aramsha were killed.
There are lighter 15-spoke alloy wheels, plus heated leather seats and a fixed spoiler to replace the retractable spoiler on the standard Crossfire. The SRT-6 costs pounds 34,335 for the Coupe and pounds 35,335 for the Roadster.
But like most fast cars, even the ordinary Crossfire's effortless acceleration often seems unnecessary on Britain's congested highways, making it the sort of performer designed more for the autobahn than the M25 in heavy traffic.
To handle the extra power, the Crossfire SRT-6 has performance-tuned ride and handling and an integrated five-speed automatic transmission.
The Crossfire's distinctive looks and limited numbers still make it a head-turner, even though the coupe version has been out nearly two years.
The Crossfire may look loud from the outside, but inside it is fairly conventional.
Everything else about the Crossfire is just dandy, so please, Chrysler, give us some proper brushed aluminium where it counts.