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Originally Posted by LesPaulLover;15294200 
No.

This seems completely foolish to do.


Well then dont use it roflcopter, eventhough it worked for me and other people.

The only thing you have to do is tap the SLI bridge once and see if the flickering goes away.

But you want to fix the problem and I just give you advice.

GL

EDIT: just found it:

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/802240-solution-flickering-screen-nvidia-sli.html

and ehm

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/703888-sli-flickering-solution.html
Edited by ricklen - 10/13/11 at 11:36am
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by Thi3p View Post
yeah everything is fine except my toon icon thing on the top left hand corder and bottom right
I have this problem too when I play wow with my sli 560 ti. Try turning on vsync, it seem to stop the problem for me.
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VSYNC is the solution to all screen tearing. Your issues can be (and likely are) caused by an overclock on your memory. Try lowering your memory overclock. It is known that an overclock should be decreased mildly for an sli configuration to troubleshoot issues. if you are factory overclocked or running at stock speeds then consider the fact that many factory clocks come with tested and lowered voltages

if your voltage is under 1.0v then I can nearly guarantee that this is the culprit. either increase it to 1.0v and see if that solves the problem or decrease your factory OC to the stock OC.

do not blame nvidia and rage like that. that is what immature and unintelligent shoppers do. You did not buy a pair of SLI cards, sold together and guaranteed to work. SLI is at the users discretion and almost always comes with some headache. (same for crossfire).


multi card set ups are best on nvidia because nvidia is proven to have less of microstutter (however i can not say if this is the case with vsync enabled)

so...

1.) VSYNC and Triple buffering=on
2.) check your overclocks. check your voltages. (both cards)
3.)latest drivers. please. or 266.66 if all else fails as those are the go to drivers for nvidia troubleshooting.
4.) enjoy your nice GPU solution and get ready for bf3

endnote i do not understand why anyone turns off vsync. any issues it used to cause have long since been resolved and it is now an all around beneficial feature.
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