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Crossfire - Enable GPU scaling ???

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Hey guys take a look @ my specs and tell me if you think I should enable this feature in CCC...

I have 2 radeon 6950 (2gb) unlocked in crossfire... I have not yet quite gotten the performance I would like to have... and would like to know what "in your experience" helps get the performance out of these two beasts...

I have regular FPS drops in Crossfire when playing Crysis or Crysis Warhead... With V-sync on the Game Caps my FPS @ max 50fps... and I get drops from 50 to around 30fps max... You'll say it ain't so bad... but I can definitly feel it...

I feel the poor screen rendering more now that I have 50fps in crysis all the time (except when I get into some more graphically demanding area of the game) THEN when I was playing with a single card @ 30FPS solid (all the time)... I would drop to 23fps max @ that time...

So... should I enable GPU scaling in CCC???
 
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I get 50-70 FPS in Crysis 1920x1200 maxed + 4x AA with two 6850s, man. Your CPU is essentially the same. I told you in the last thread you made that something is wrong. It's not GPU-scaling or any other confusing setting (or really shouldn't be; all I did was install second card and then drivers. Again something much more basic must be wrong and were I you I'd not be here creating a third or fourth thread for the same issues but rather reinstalling things. Maybe even Windows.

Not trying to be a jerk but this is getting tiresome. Most of this info is available via Google too. And what was wrong with your first thread?
 

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Please stick to one of your other CrossFire help threads. No need to create a new thread for every issue or question that arises.

Thank you.
 
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