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Duel Monitor Issue

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January 13, 2014 11:25:18 AM

When I have Google chrome up on my second monitor I get a massive FPS drop in my games on my main monitor, then when I minimize chrome it goes back to normal. Is this normal the drop seems to be about half, I am tempted to think it is v-syncing me to 30 fps when chrome is on the second monitor. Help me please I have a GTX 670 and I should have no problem running duel monitors when I'm only gaming on one of them.

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a b C Monitor
January 13, 2014 11:38:30 AM

Have you tried any other game. When using dual monitor Graphic card has to render twice as much screen information but that fps drop should get up after rendering it. Try another game.

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a b C Monitor
January 13, 2014 11:40:45 AM
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personally i use a second little card for the second screen, that way it idles properly too. use afterburner or precision X to see what your fps actually is. can you use onboard gpu for the second screen and take the load away completely?

Turn off gpu acceleration on webpages... that'll probably fix it.
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January 13, 2014 11:50:23 AM

13thmonkey said:
personally i use a second little card for the second screen, that way it idles properly too. use afterburner or precision X to see what your fps actually is. can you use onboard gpu for the second screen and take the load away completely?

Turn off gpu acceleration on webpages... that'll probably fix it.


"Turn off gpu acceleration on webpages" you are a savior!
a b C Monitor
January 13, 2014 1:04:18 PM

no problem.
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