I'd suggest unplugging the system and grounding yourself on the metal of the case.
Then, check the fan and connections for your video card (s).
While you're in there, place your hand near (BUT NOT ON!!!) the video card heatsinks - are they very hot?
Then, I'd suggest removing one card and seeing how the system performs.
Then remove that card and put the other one back in to see how it performs.
This'll help you to isolate the problem between the video card(s) and the SLI stuff. Generally, if it's one or the other card that messes up, it's that card's fault, if it's both or none that mess up - then it's likely to be your SLI implementation that's causing it. (I'm not real familiar with SLI, so that's as far as my knowledge goes
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