no boost after sli :( help help me now
its been 2 months since i got my second gtx 560. i got an i5 2500k oc to 4 ghz. and the 2 gtx560. but im kinda pissed afte i tried it out because i dont really see Any difference. i got sli enabled and my drivers are up to date. i dont know if it has anything to do with it but it is 2 different gtx. the one is nvidia and the other is inno3d :( please help me
its been 2 months since i got my second gtx 560. i got an i5 2500k oc to 4 ghz. and the 2 gtx560. but im kinda pissed afte i tried it out because i dont really see Any difference. i got sli enabled and my drivers are up to date. i dont know if it has anything to do with it but it is 2 different gtx. the one is nvidia and the other is inno3d :( please help me

#1
Posted 04/11/2012 05:29 PM   
Hey there,

Hard to offer any suggestions without more details of the issue you are having or suspect you are having, examples of frame rate or performance within a specific game or application with SLI vs non SLI would help greatly.
Hey there,



Hard to offer any suggestions without more details of the issue you are having or suspect you are having, examples of frame rate or performance within a specific game or application with SLI vs non SLI would help greatly.

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#2
Posted 04/11/2012 05:33 PM   
Hey roller:

Can you pleast list complete system specifications, including what resolution you are running?

If you need help with what to list, check out my signature, that's the information we need to assist further. There's no reason why SLi wouldn't be scaling with your processor, so something has to be wrong settings or power wise.
Hey roller:



Can you pleast list complete system specifications, including what resolution you are running?



If you need help with what to list, check out my signature, that's the information we need to assist further. There's no reason why SLi wouldn't be scaling with your processor, so something has to be wrong settings or power wise.



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#3
Posted 04/12/2012 06:46 AM   
Pretty sure you answered his/her question in his/her other thread

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=227134
Pretty sure you answered his/her question in his/her other thread



http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=227134

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#4
Posted 04/13/2012 12:15 AM   
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