Ati radeon hd 6870 crossfire problems

Hello, i got a big problem with crossfire using 2xhd 6870 video cards i got as motherboard Gigabyte GA-990FXA-D3 and a corair power supply 1050v more then enough to sustain 2x those cards but the thing is when i leave in there a single video card my system run like a plane when i use 2 card but with no crossfire all is fine. In the moment i enable crossfire option from catalyst i get a lot of freezes mouse lag and low fps is is this a problem for them should i w8 for an uptade to the drivers pls help !!!
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  1. Alex_Alex16 said:
    Hello, i got a big problem with crossfire using 2xhd 6870 video cards i got as motherboard Gigabyte GA-990FXA-D3 and a corair power supply 1050v more then enough to sustain 2x those cards but the thing is when i leave in there a single video card my system run like a plane when i use 2 card but with no crossfire all is fine. In the moment i enable crossfire option from catalyst i get a lot of freezes mouse lag and low fps is is this a problem for them should i w8 for an uptade to the drivers pls help !!!



    Hey mate :) I am having the same problem on my new PC. My motherboard is GIGABYTE 970A-D3 AMD970 + SB950 DDR3 AM3+ but when I start a game on full HD resolution ( 1920/1080 ) the system crashes and I get blue screen. What solution did you find out? :) you can reply me on e-mail neno@abv.bg thank you
  2. dementor123 said:
    Hey mate :) I am having the same problem on my new PC. My motherboard is GIGABYTE 970A-D3 AMD970 + SB950 DDR3 AM3+ but when I start a game on full HD resolution ( 1920/1080 ) the system crashes and I get blue screen. What solution did you find out? :) you can reply me on e-mail neno@abv.bg thank you


    I'm curious what games you are running? The only issues I have had (I also have the 970A-D3 in that setup) and the only time I have had any crashing issues is with Black Ops, and then only with 8x AA enabled. Everything else has run flawlessly with the 12.1 preview driver.
  3. try this:
    1-uninstall ccc and profiles from control panel,shut down
    2-remove second card,restart.
    3- install latest ccc AND profiles,shut down.
    4-install second card,start and recheck
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