I assume that you are not talking about port-channel here.
There are multiple ways of load balancing traffic between two ISPs. For example you can use BGP or Static routing.
The below links would provide you a fair idea of the same.
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If your ISP connections are L3, and your routing protocol supports load balancing, I would think the 4500X would.