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HELP... GPU and MOTHERBOARD PROBLEMS

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January 4, 2014 8:33:22 AM

Hi everyone,

I need some help figuring out what is going on with my system. I just built this computer and had dual Gtx760's running. i did some benchmarks and played some games but the computer was not performing nearly what it should've. For example, when using the Gtx760 I was only getting 25 fps as an average on saints row for ultra 1080p. I then had called EVGA multiple times (with no succession) and I had tried my GPU's in other systems and they work fine. I have all the latest drivers and more than enough power to get the job done. No one knows whats going on and neither do I anyone have any ideas why my computer is performing so terribly. Its nothing like drivers or updates, nor is their any bottleneck. I have tried everything i can think of and the companies i have bought from can think of! PLEASE HELP!

Ambient temperature in room 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Ambient temperature in case 22 degrees Celsius
Card temps were only getting to around 45 degrees
CPU idled around 30 Degrees Celsius and under load 50 Degrees Celsius
Anything I missed let me know.



Game info (games running bad) all on ultra
Saints row the third 19fps (sli or no sli)
Saints row Four 25fps (sli or no sli mostly checked with single gpu)
Crysis 3 20-45fps (sli or no sli)
The Witcher 2 5-30fps (sli)
CS:S 120fps (single card)

GPU's running at anywhere from 5-60%




System specs
CASE:Thermaltake Chaser A71
CPU: Intel I7 4770k (3.5) 4.6oc
CPU COOLER: CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO
MOTHERBOARD: ASrock z87 killer fatality
MEMORY: 16gb Mushkin 2133mhz ram
GPU: 2x EVGA Gtx760 2gb Superclocked ACX
HDD: Western Digital 2tb 7200rpm 64mb cache
SSD: Intel 330 SSD 240gb
POWER SUPPLY: Kingwin Mach1 1000w Modular PSU
Side note: Had a 900watt PSU with a little too little ampage on the 12volt rail for me
FAN CONTROLLER: AreoCool touch 2100

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January 4, 2014 8:36:58 AM

basic but you have your sli cable attached right?
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January 4, 2014 8:48:16 AM

Be sure to check your Power Settings in both Nvidia Control and in Windows Control Panel.

Sometimes cards and processors can throttle themselves down with poor power profiles, and since we're working with a desktop-- power saving is pretty irrelevant.

Crank your stuff to Performance rather than savings and give it a go, post back :) 
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January 4, 2014 9:48:40 AM

FloppyNacho said:
Be sure to check your Power Settings in both Nvidia Control and in Windows Control Panel.

Sometimes cards and processors can throttle themselves down with poor power profiles, and since we're working with a desktop-- power saving is pretty irrelevant.

Crank your stuff to Performance rather than savings and give it a go, post back :) 


You sir deserve a medal! I was over thinking the problem and that did the trick now im getting what I deserve :)  I love you thank you!

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