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Old 01-05-11, 07:10 AM   #13
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problem is solved

it was from SLI bridg

I changed it and now its OK

thank you all for helping
Good to know. But I would still install the latest drivers. There are some nice SLI improvements.
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Old 01-05-11, 05:07 PM   #14
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I already installed it yesterday

no improvement for 3dmark 11

I got some minor problems

crysis has high framerates but it has a little lag
(is that micro stuttering?)

and some games has a horizontal lines looks like picture tearing
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Old 01-05-11, 06:07 PM   #15
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I already installed it yesterday

no improvement for 3dmark 11


and some games has a horizontal lines looks like picture tearing
Picture tearing or screen tearing is caused when the video card is send out frames faster than the monitor can display them. Using Vsync will stop this by limiting the frames to what your monitor can do. 60Hz unless you have a 120Hz screen

I think we need to wait for a patch for 3D Mark 11 SLI support. There are a few work arounds to enable it if you search. For me I tried one of them and now the benchmark doesn't even run. Uninstalled and reinstalled, same thing. Can't be bothered with that as it's not that important anyway.
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Picture tearing or screen tearing is caused when the video card is send out frames faster than the monitor can display them. Using Vsync will stop this by limiting the frames to what your monitor can do. 60Hz unless you have a 120Hz screen

I think we need to wait for a patch for 3D Mark 11 SLI support. There are a few work arounds to enable it if you search. For me I tried one of them and now the benchmark doesn't even run. Uninstalled and reinstalled, same thing. Can't be bothered with that as it's not that important anyway.
I didnt mean that about tearing

its look like that tearing but that lines still in the same place on the screen and it hard to notice

not in all games , I saw it in metro 2033 and another game I cant remember what it was
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Old 01-05-11, 07:45 PM   #17
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I didnt mean that about tearing

its look like that tearing but that lines still in the same place on the screen and it hard to notice

not in all games , I saw it in metro 2033 and another game I cant remember what it was
Can you post a of of it. Does it only happen in games or on the desktop too.
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Old 01-06-11, 01:10 PM   #18
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in the first picture attached you will see what I'm talking about

another problem in design garage ray tracing demo

just while moving the camera , see the second picture
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To me it looks like the cards aren't playing nicely in SLI. If you haven't already, I would uninstall and reinstall drivers. Maybe even swap the cards around.
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its fixed

I just reinstalled the old driver

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