- Oct 26, 2011
- 3,121 (1.37/day)
|Cooling||Triple Aquacomputer AMS 840 with D5|
|Memory||Some random DDR4|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 1080 Ti|
|Display(s)||Dell U3011 2560x1600 + Dell 2408WFP 1200x1920 (Portrait)|
|Case||Dimastech Bench EasyXL|
|Audio Device(s)||Essence STX|
|Power Supply||AX 1500i|
Not really, it depends. In Skyrim, at least with v-sync ON, more power (meaning less/low GPU usage for 60FPS) usually means more stutter. In some games that works, more power, less lag or stuttering.
When running a single GPU it goes up to 80%-90% and it "seems" smooth.
Still can't figure out why quadCFX doesn't work on Skyrim but this doesn't concern this topic.