BF3 Graphics Flicker SLI GTX 560ti

Hey Everyone!

This issue has been going on for awhile and have no idea how to fix this anymore. Here are the list of things I have done already.
1. Formatted my hard drive.(Works okay for awhile then came back.)
2. Updated to the latest drivers. (296.10 Gave me issues) (301.24 Beta was working for me for a good time but after the new update, it was no good to me which leaves me at 304.48 Beta because it seems 301.42 is worst.) I always do a clean install also.
3. Swapped cards around which worked for a bit but issue occurred again after sometime.

Seems like I find quick fixes but no permitted cure for it!

Setup:
CPU: AMD FX-8120 Zambezi 3.1GHz Socket AM3+ 125W Eight-Core
Motherboard: MSI 990XA-GD55
Powersupply: CORSAIR Enthusiast Series CMPSU-850TX 850W
Memory: Patriot G2 Series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
Video Cards: SLI GTX 560ti

Video of the issue:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMG1DxBTBxc&feature=plcp
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  1. Why don't you find the legacy driver for your GTX 560ti, the one that did work for your cards?

    http://www.geforce.com/drivers
  2. The 301.24 Beta was the one that was working with my card but after the new BF3 update, went downhill from there.
  3. I see. You may want to wait for the new driver's from Nvidia. I, too, don't like driver issues.

    Have you had these issues ever since you got the cards or SLI?

    Have you tried one card in the computer at a time? Just to make sure both are working properly.
  4. fantastik250 said:
    I see. You may want to wait for the new driver's from Nvidia. I, too, don't like driver issues.

    Have you had these issues ever since you got the cards or SLI?

    Have you tried one card in the computer at a time? Just to make sure both are working properly.



    Here's the funny part. I had a co-worker that suggested me to try that which I did. After testing both of them one by one they worked fine, and I placed them back together with SLI and the problem was solved for like a couple of weeks. You think it might be heating issues?
  5. Download MSI Afterburner to monitor the temps, I have 2 570's and one runs around 10C higher than the other. They get up to 66C playing battlefield.

    SLI can be a pain, a friend bought a 2nd card recently and it took 2 days to get it working.
  6. It could possibly be heat, or just an SLI issue between both cards.
  7. I am never....ever!! going to do SLI again!! I will keep my eye on the temps.
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