Mass Effect 3 Huge lagging
Hello!

I have 2 GTX 580 SC SLI graphic cards under the hood of my pc. I just recently bought a new Asus VK 278Q 27 inches screen. I experience intermittent lag or and sometimes huge lagging playing the game in solo mode. All graphics in game are set to maximum, and I get an average of 25 to 30 fps, wich I think is very bad considering the two graphic cars I own, and a great gaming rig. If I get my pc resolution to 1680 X 1050, I get a steady 60 FPS. With this screen resolution 1920 x 1080, I get 25 to 30 FPS. Is this normal? Can you help me please?

[b][u]Also is here my pc specs:[/u][/b]

[b]OS[/b]: Windows 7 Family Edition Premium ( x64 ) Service Pack 1

[b]CPU:[/b] Intel Core i7 Extreme 975

[b]Mobo[/b]: Asus Rampage II Extreme

[b]Graphic Cards:[/b] 2 x GTX 580 Superclocked SLI

[b]RAM:[/b] 12 gig of rams Corsair

[b]Power supply:[/b] Evo Galaxy 1250 watts

[b]Sound Card:[/b] Creative Supreme FX X-FI

CU! [img]http://forums.nvidia.com/public/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif[/img]
Hello!



I have 2 GTX 580 SC SLI graphic cards under the hood of my pc. I just recently bought a new Asus VK 278Q 27 inches screen. I experience intermittent lag or and sometimes huge lagging playing the game in solo mode. All graphics in game are set to maximum, and I get an average of 25 to 30 fps, wich I think is very bad considering the two graphic cars I own, and a great gaming rig. If I get my pc resolution to 1680 X 1050, I get a steady 60 FPS. With this screen resolution 1920 x 1080, I get 25 to 30 FPS. Is this normal? Can you help me please?



Also is here my pc specs:



OS: Windows 7 Family Edition Premium ( x64 ) Service Pack 1



CPU: Intel Core i7 Extreme 975



Mobo: Asus Rampage II Extreme



Graphic Cards: 2 x GTX 580 Superclocked SLI



RAM: 12 gig of rams Corsair



Power supply: Evo Galaxy 1250 watts



Sound Card: Creative Supreme FX X-FI



CU! Image

#1
Posted 04/24/2012 10:21 PM   
A higher resolution that you gave will indeed give lower fps so yes that is normal,depending on which game you are trying it on is hard to say whether 60 fps is normal and also depends if you have vsync enabled or not.
A higher resolution that you gave will indeed give lower fps so yes that is normal,depending on which game you are trying it on is hard to say whether 60 fps is normal and also depends if you have vsync enabled or not.

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#2
Posted 04/24/2012 10:31 PM   
I have me3 and much lower spec that yours and getting 60fps on a single gt 440,i heard it on the steam forums that you have to disable sli for increased performance.
I have me3 and much lower spec that yours and getting 60fps on a single gt 440,i heard it on the steam forums that you have to disable sli for increased performance.

To Life Immortal !!!



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#3
Posted 04/24/2012 10:39 PM   
[quote name='Dean Demon' date='24 April 2012 - 06:39 PM' timestamp='1335307172' post='1400544']
I have me3 and much lower spec that yours and getting 60fps on a single gt 440,i heard it on the steam forums that you have to disable sli for increased performance.
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So I have made some test and in my [b]Nvidia Control Panel,[/b] all set up were at the highest peak, have reset them, to default, and I get [b]350 FPS[/b]. The game options are set to max, and again in my [b]NVidia Control Panel[/b] everything is set to company default. So my problem is solved. Prefer 60 FPS instead of 350, because the fan and heat of the GPU goes all the way to 75 celsius amd 85 for the fan, compare to 55 or 60 celsius.

[b][i][u][color="#00ff00"]I have disable SLI in the NVidia Control Panel btw, I did not get any BETTER performance.
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So thanks for advice.
[quote name='Dean Demon' date='24 April 2012 - 06:39 PM' timestamp='1335307172' post='1400544']

I have me3 and much lower spec that yours and getting 60fps on a single gt 440,i heard it on the steam forums that you have to disable sli for increased performance.





So I have made some test and in my Nvidia Control Panel, all set up were at the highest peak, have reset them, to default, and I get 350 FPS. The game options are set to max, and again in my NVidia Control Panel everything is set to company default. So my problem is solved. Prefer 60 FPS instead of 350, because the fan and heat of the GPU goes all the way to 75 celsius amd 85 for the fan, compare to 55 or 60 celsius.



I have disable SLI in the NVidia Control Panel btw, I did not get any BETTER performance.



So thanks for advice.

#4
Posted 04/25/2012 02:28 AM   
SLI has issues with ME3, try disabling it.
SLI has issues with ME3, try disabling it.

Practice good sportsmanship, you were a noob once to!



SPEC's

i5 2500k @ 4.3GHz cooled by a Corsair H60

8gb ddr3 1600mhz ram

Asus RoG Maximus V Extreme

850w OCZ 80+ Gold

3gb Asus hd7950 + 3gb Sapphire Vapor-X HD7950

Win7 professional 64 bit

1TB Hitachi 7200 RPM HDD

120GB OCZ SSD

#5
Posted 04/25/2012 11:48 AM   
[quote name='Loui5D' date='25 April 2012 - 07:48 AM' timestamp='1335354511' post='1400784']
SLI has issues with ME3, try disabling it.
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When you say disabling SLI do you mean in the Nvidia Control Panel or you mean to physically removing one of my graphic card from my pc?

Sorry just want to make sure I understood what you're telling me here! [img]http://forums.nvidia.com/public/style_emoticons/default/confused.gif[/img]

Thanks!
[quote name='Loui5D' date='25 April 2012 - 07:48 AM' timestamp='1335354511' post='1400784']

SLI has issues with ME3, try disabling it.







When you say disabling SLI do you mean in the Nvidia Control Panel or you mean to physically removing one of my graphic card from my pc?



Sorry just want to make sure I understood what you're telling me here! Image



Thanks!

#6
Posted 04/25/2012 02:32 PM   
[quote name='Legionnaire' date='25 April 2012 - 02:32 PM' timestamp='1335364360' post='1400833']
When you say disabling SLI do you mean in the Nvidia Control Panel or you mean to physically removing one of my graphic card from my pc?

Sorry just want to make sure I understood what you're telling me here! [img]http://forums.nvidia.com/public/style_emoticons/default/confused.gif[/img]

Thanks!
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try both.
[quote name='Legionnaire' date='25 April 2012 - 02:32 PM' timestamp='1335364360' post='1400833']

When you say disabling SLI do you mean in the Nvidia Control Panel or you mean to physically removing one of my graphic card from my pc?



Sorry just want to make sure I understood what you're telling me here! Image



Thanks!





try both.

Practice good sportsmanship, you were a noob once to!



SPEC's

i5 2500k @ 4.3GHz cooled by a Corsair H60

8gb ddr3 1600mhz ram

Asus RoG Maximus V Extreme

850w OCZ 80+ Gold

3gb Asus hd7950 + 3gb Sapphire Vapor-X HD7950

Win7 professional 64 bit

1TB Hitachi 7200 RPM HDD

120GB OCZ SSD

#7
Posted 04/25/2012 05:26 PM   
you want to utilize the SLI, try running ME 3 accorss three screens. I am running it with 3 x 24" at 5760x1080, everything maxed out and it rocks. Frame rate is really smooth. Don't have a number in my head, will have to run Fraps while playing it.
you want to utilize the SLI, try running ME 3 accorss three screens. I am running it with 3 x 24" at 5760x1080, everything maxed out and it rocks. Frame rate is really smooth. Don't have a number in my head, will have to run Fraps while playing it.

#8
Posted 04/25/2012 05:37 PM   
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