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Johnathan_Doe said:...so as far as I understood, SLI is limited by double the amount of the frames of your weakest card (for AFR as well as for SFR right?)
Johnathan_Doe said:So if my 1058Mhz performs better in Heaven Bench than the 1097Mhz I should use the 1058Mhz as my first card?
I really dont get the point:
Is it better to have the best performing card at 1st or:
Is it better to have the highest clocked card at 1st?
Johnathan_Doe said:Other thing is:
What if I could oc the 1058 to more than 1200Mhz and the 1097 just to 1188,9Mhz?
Shouldn´t I take the 1058Mhz in this case as well as the 1st one? (performance of course is better)
Or should I dig into that stuff and run the cards seperatly for some time to see wich one is the better?
Johnathan_Doe said:but I´m starting to think that the max frames or buffer is depended on the games if you break some fps bars...?
Johnathan_Doe said:laggs stucking (very short stops and then suddenly a game speed boost to that point where I would have been without the small stop)
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