I have 2 LCD's, left hand is a Samsung 22", right hand an Acer 24" (The acer was the only thing with HDMI, DVI and various other features I wanted, dont hate me)
I bought 2 new GPU's, both ATI HD6950's, previously running a 4870x2.
Playing CoD4/Age of Conan, on the 24" regardless of windows settings, ATI driver settings, and DVI cable positions on the GPU my FPS caps out at 60.
Playing CoD4/Age of Conan, on the 22" regardless of windows settings, ATI driver settings, and DVI cable positions on the GPU my FPS caps out at 650 (max obviously).
I have swapped them physically, I have changed between main, extended, etc. I cannot test by duplicating the LCD as the FPS wont read correctly in game.
What am I not getting? Surely the new cards arnt struggling with the higher fps THAT much?
Think ive found the issue. My 22" regardless of config is always LCD 1 in windows and the 24" is always LCD 2. Im not talking about main/secondary monitor, only when you identify them, and as far as I know, crossfire will only work on LCD 1, which explains my problem. How do you change this?