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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by slugzee, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. slugzee

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    Just installed and running a second gtx 660. The problem i have is the minute they are in sli my frames drop by around 20% and i get random frame drops. Any ideas as its really starting to annoy me.
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    Did you uninstall and re-install your drivers? SLI bridge attached?
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    I have fully formatted the system. And i have the sli bridge installed sir.
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    have you tried to run each card separated and test the performance
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    issue fixed ?
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    Hi sorry for a slow reply.... Been putting alot of over time at work so not been on my pc. The cards preform identical separate. And its only really world of tanks it now affects which leads me to believe it may be the game thanks for your replies.
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    WoT is very CPU demanding, so get your CPU clocked as high as stabley (is that a word?) possible. Other games are not so harsh on the CPU and you will see a nice boost in performance with them.

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