I currently have a TX650W Corsair psu and I plan on adding another gtx 460 1gb (SLI) to my setup but my psu only has 2 6 pin power cables...
So I will have to use the adapters until I upgrade my PSU..
Am I okay to use them? Will I guess bad performance or something?
Originally Posted by GanjaSMK
I would suggest using Afterburner to set your clocks/profile, then close it out completely and try playing again. That may remove the stuttering.
So your telling me to play the game without my overclock?
Originally Posted by Rangerscott
From your post is just sounds like the fps are just dropping. That's normal. V-sync on or off?
Now if you're talking about the game...
I'm having a bit of a problem here.
I just installed Arkham Asylum and for some reason I am getting weird fps drops..
It stays at 62 and then a lot of times it drops down to like 50 in certain areas It's VERY annoying.
I play with Physx set to normal, 1680x1050 and everything else max. (AA 4x)
I have defragged my drive and everything...
I am using the beta 260 drivers.
Any idea why this is happening??
Yes, I am using MSI Afterburner and Evga OC Scanner to stress test the card. My card is not the EE edition, is that much of a difference?
UPDATE: Hmmmm, I downloaded and installed the new 260 beta drivers and that seemed to have fixed my little Bsod problem..
My clocks seem stable so far at 850mhz 1.037v at 72c max. I will try to see if I can lower my voltage a little.
Well I got problem here.
After stress testing the card when I was at 850mhz everything was perfectly fine and temps were at 72c stable. But when I restarted my computer and got to the desktop I got BSOD...
I don't understand how that could happen seeing how I stress tested and everything and got no artifacts. It also happens after I play a game. Whenever I quit to the desktop I get bsod..
The bsod error is for a file "nv something" I forgot. It does a memory...