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In Furmark SLI need help

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Heres is my system:
-2 msi 560ti twin frozr
-p8p67 pro
-i5 2500k
-850w psu
-8gb ram

Anyways I just got my second card today and installed it and I have the latest Driver downloaded it yesterday.
I overclocked in MSI afterburner.
And Set SLI and PhysX config in NVIDIA control panel.

How come they both aren't the same core clock and mem?

What did I do wrong heres some screen shots. This is also my first SLI


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FurMark one looks small...here the stats

560ti
Core 960mhz temp 65c
mem 2100mhz
gpu load 99%
mem load 23%
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560ti
core 405mhz temp 35c
mem 324mhz
GPU load 0%
mem load 23%
Edited by VisitorQ - 5/4/11 at 4:06pm
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post #3 of 3
Second card is in 2D mode and that is why core is low. ALso I dont see reason for you to run furmark. It puts way to much stress on cards. Download 3D mark 11 and run benchmark and report back with result or just look online for scores on your cards.

If you want to risk killing your cards, go to start menu and find furmark, but you have to run one for multi card setup.
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