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Some serious SLI issues D:


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#1 Takara

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 03:47 AM

Can't figure this one out. I play a lame game called Second Life :thumbsup: . Have been for years with no issues. I have 2 9600 GT's in my system that are about 3 or 4 months old. The other day I noticed I was getting about 6 fps in SLI. So I disabled it and starting getting 40 fps. Next I swapped the 2 card spots on my motherboard (780i SLI FTW) and did the same thing. This time I got 5 fps with SLI disabled, didn't bother trying it in SLI since I figured that it would be the same. Then I took one out and checked them each separately. This time I got 5 fps on both of them... What's going on? D: Confusing the hell outta me..

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 08:29 PM

Have you made any changes to your system recently? Have you scanned for viruses and other malware? While playing the game, minimize it (alt+tab) and open task manager. Go to the processes tab, and sort them by cpu usage. Anything using a high amount of cpu usage? What is your total cpu usage?
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Posted 17 June 2009 - 03:01 AM

Have you made any changes to your system recently? Have you scanned for viruses and other malware? While playing the game, minimize it (alt+tab) and open task manager. Go to the processes tab, and sort them by cpu usage. Anything using a high amount of cpu usage? What is your total cpu usage?


Nope, nothing is out of the ordinary. It's a newly installed OS.




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