This Doesnt Look Right..

I'm using a 690 GTX

With world of warcraft open this is what MSI afterburner looks like..

And my framerate is like 40.. wtf



Is my 850w thermaltake PSU causing this?

i7 2600k cpu
8gb ram
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  1. What mobo do you have?

    Try updating your mobo drivers, Windows, and your BIOS.
  2. Are the clocks correct in game or is that card downclocking, Your not in a raid right now or a really busy district are you?
  3. obsama1 said:
    What mobo do you have?

    Try updating your mobo drivers, Windows, and your BIOS.


    How does one update the mobo drivers??

    I just updated my BIOS but im not sure what mobo I even have..

    It looks like the card is downclocking itself?
  4. samwow412 said:
    How does one update the mobo drivers??

    I just updated my BIOS but im not sure what mobo I even have..

    It looks like the card is downclocking itself?


    You have a Nvidia card so why arent you using http://www.evga.com/precision/
  5. cia24 said:
    You have a Nvidia card so why arent you using http://www.evga.com/precision/


    I just got it and tuned it up a little, still getting like 55-65 fps flying around in WoW, isnt this supposed to be 2x680gtxs in one? I feel like i should have 100++ fps
  6. 2 gtx 680s are faster then one 690 by a alot.
  7. cia24 said:
    2 gtx 680s are faster then one 690 by a alot.


    you're missing my point, I was getting this kind of framerate with my old 560 Ti..
  8. Like okay this is odd...

    I launched Skyrim and it auto set my settings to High Quality

    With my 560 Ti it auto set them to Ultra High Quality
  9. samwow412 said:
    you're missing my point, I was getting this kind of framerate with my old 560 Ti..



    Please understand that even with games like wow that support SLI its still flakey to some extent. But you should be getting 80-90 fps. Let me do some more research.
  10. What cpu do you have I may see a bottleneck here.
  11. cia24 said:
    What cpu do you have I may see a bottleneck here.


    i7 2600k
    8gb ram
    250gb ssd
  12. Well its not a bottle neck, Power supply?
  13. cia24 said:
    Well its not a bottle neck, Power supply?


    Thermaltake 850w Smart M Series
  14. When you are gaming what does the temp get to on your card.
  15. 75-85c
  16. That is the right temp for a gtx 690 underload. The only way I can see the fps being that low is if one of the two gpus is taking all the load. In your nvidia setting how do you have the physx setup?
  17. cia24 said:
    That is the right temp for a gtx 690 underload. The only way I can see the fps being that low is if one of the two gpus is taking all the load. In your nvidia setting how do you have the physx setup?


    I haven't done anything in the nvidia settings

    Do i have to tell it to use both cores or something?
  18. Is sli enabled in the nvidia settings?
  19. cia24 said:
    Is sli enabled in the nvidia settings?


    idk how do I enable that?
  20. I havent used nivida in awhile its somewhere in advanced settings lol
  21. I could be wrong it might auto sli.
  22. cia24 said:
    I havent used nivida in awhile its somewhere in advanced settings lol


    Multi-GPU?

    it says disabled
  23. samwow412 said:
    Multi-GPU?

    it says disabled



    Enable that
  24. cia24 said:
    Enable that


    The only way it says Enabled is when I check off Maximize 3D Performance, but then It wont let me extend my desktop to my second monitor
  25. samwow412 said:
    The only way it says Enabled is when I check off Maximize 3D Performance, but then It wont let me extend my desktop to my second monitor



    Bud whats your resoulution
  26. Read the description below, that setting is not related to dual gpus (just display monitor – keep it on multiple display). Look in where you are in manage 3d settings and mess around with the settings. Google those for better understanding of what each of them do if necessary.
  27. cia24 said:
    Bud whats your resoulution

    1920x1080
  28. We're not sure what mobo you have, if there is a chance you have a gigabyte and nowhere in nvidia control panel you’re seeing sli then you may need to check the bios out.

    Read here and look at best answer

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/339744-33-control-panel-doesn-recognize
  29. So you have two monitors but when you play wow you only play on one at 1920x1080? Please dont tell me you are playing wow in windowed mode and streching it on both monitors..
  30. boju said:
    We're not sure what mobo you have, if there is a chance you have a gigabyte and nowhere in nvidia control panel you’re seeing sli then you may need to check the bios out.

    Read here and look at best answer

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/339744-33-control-panel-doesn-recognize


    Well it's not SLI, its only 1 card, it has the SLI built in right?
  31. http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1614354&mpage=1&print=true

    Have a read here and make sure you monitors are setup correctly, it does matter :)
  32. SLI refers to dual Nvidia GPUs for either separate or both on the same pcb
  33. Does this look right? Or is this not using the SLI properly with the card??

    on the actual card it has 2 DVI ports that im plugged into, the adapters dont fit in the one thats the 2nd from the left on this screen shot.

  34. The SAMSUNG is my main monitor, that one on the A side is by itself basicly on the card, but it has a slightly diff port, its missing like 4 little holes for the pins on the DVI adapter
  35. download GPU-Z http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ to clarify.

    If it is then will need to find out how to disable one of the gpus as wow is not properly coded for sly/xfire and in some cases single cards/disabling SLI/CF will outperform.

    If its not. Check your bios and make sure the pci lanes are set at correct bandwidth rates etc. Look at your manual or search google regarding your motherboard for references that may help you navigate where you need to go in the bios to configure sli.

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