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Old 07-16-09, 09:39 AM   #3
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Default Re: 295 Single-PCB & Microstuttering

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Originally Posted by JasonPC View Post
I really don't think there's any difference. It's a problem common with any SLI set up.
I figured so, Jason. I wonder if in the future this could be remedied by having a hardware chip whose primary purpse is to clock the FPS output of the two GPUs to ensures proper timing.

I recently got a 285 and it is great, was just wondering about the 295 to get extra horsepower for a future 3D vision purchase but I'm VERY sensitive to framerate weirdness and would probably notice the microstuttering. So hopefully GT300 will come out before my trade up window expires in late sep!
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