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Old 01-28-08, 11:09 PM   #1
hell_of_doom227
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Default Crysis and SLI...little note here.

If you have two different bios versions of the same vendor or two cards from different vendor, make sure you update both cards to match firmware/bios rev. It fixes slugish performance in Crysis when SLI is enabled and other games.

It runs better then ever. I updated my eVga 8800GTX to Rev 10 released on December 27, 2007. It magically fixed SLI problems with Crysis. It runs as Nvidia advertised with 169.28...happy gaming.
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