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SLI 690 low fps

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July 21, 2013 2:38:56 AM

Hi, sorry for my english, but I studied ita at school.

I recently bought two EVGA GTX 690, the rest of my system are: Asus Maximus IV Extreme, intel 3960X, 16 GB 1866, Azuentech X-FI home theatre HD (soundcard in PCI-e x8 slot) and windows 7 64-bit.
The two gtx 690 are connected in the right PCI-e slots, both 3.0 and x16, in the nvidia control panel I enabled the Quad sli, two monitors are connected to the first graphic card, one in the second DVI I and the other in the DVI D, (how the geforce guide show), the firs monitor is for gaming, work, the other just for temperature, music, … .
The driver are the lastest from nvidia 320.49 WHQL
, but when I try to play crisis 3 with everything on max setting at 2560x1440 I get really low fps (21 and even lower) , with a lot of lag, the msaa is set to 8x and there are problem with the vsinc and without. The performance looks like I’m using just a half of one 690 (like one 680), I tried with some benchmarks, like ungine heaven, but with everything to max I get 30 fps lower than other person with the same system(but with 302 driver), the avg frame rate is around 80 fps, with minimum to 8.7 fps.

Maybe the driver don’t support my setup wery well, or my sound card driver make some problem with the sli, I don’t know, please try to help me, because I had too much problems with this computer.

Best regards

Andrea

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July 21, 2013 4:02:44 AM

Try and backtrack your driver to 302 and see what happens.
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July 21, 2013 4:30:03 AM

Smashing todd said:
Try and backtrack your driver to 302 and see what happens.

Hi, thanks, so I must uninstall the new driver (how can I do that?), and search the old version?

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July 21, 2013 4:47:36 AM

Andrea Franchini said:
Smashing todd said:
Try and backtrack your driver to 302 and see what happens.

Hi, thanks, so I must uninstall the new driver (how can I do that?), and search the old version?



Yes, pretty much. To unistall your driver you go to controllpanel>Uninstall a program>find your drivers>double-click to unistall and then go to google and then search for GTX 690 302 drivers :) 
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July 21, 2013 5:13:10 AM

Smashing todd said:
Andrea Franchini said:
Smashing todd said:
Try and backtrack your driver to 302 and see what happens.

Hi, thanks, so I must uninstall the new driver (how can I do that?), and search the old version?



Yes, pretty much. To unistall your driver you go to controllpanel>Uninstall a program>find your drivers>double-click to unistall and then go to google and then search for GTX 690 302 drivers :) 


Thank you, I will try

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