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Thanks for the fast reply.
Yes im uninstalling, restarting, and reinstalling.
I currently don't have an alternate sli bridge, but am currently looking to order another to see if that's the issue
I have tried both cards on their own and both play fine, I tried them separately on BF3, Crysis, Farcry 2.
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Hey, guys newegg has the MSI GTX 560 TI 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC with the promo code $20 off til 2/7 and then it has a $30 Mail in rebate. So its a GTX 560 ti 448 for $259, really tempted to fork up $510 for 2 of them but only have $310 in my budget. Or would it just be better to get a 7950?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127615
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Hey, guys newegg has the MSI GTX 560 TI 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC with the promo code $20 off til 2/7 and then it has a $30 Mail in rebate. So its a GTX 560 ti 448 for $259, really tempted to fork up $510 for 2 of them but only have $310 in my budget. Or would it just be better to get a 7950?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127615

From the benchmarks I've seen the 7950 stock is on par with a 580 stock perfomance. 1FPS-2FPS better.

Two 560Ti 448's will beat down one 7950, however if you don't have the cash now for two 448's I'd be leery as the stock is in limited supply and you may not be able to SLI it later while you save.

At that price though it a great bang for your buck. smile.gif
     
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MSI GTX 560 TI 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC on the way YAY biggrin.gif away with crappy crossfire support and no i am not a fanboy its just amd sucks at crossfire they are good with single gpu though
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so i ended up returning my classified and i got 2 Galaxy 448's
will post pics later =)
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Originally Posted by kpnamja View Post

Hey, guys newegg has the MSI GTX 560 TI 448 Twin Frozr III PE/OC with the promo code $20 off til 2/7 and then it has a $30 Mail in rebate. So its a GTX 560 ti 448 for $259, really tempted to fork up $510 for 2 of them but only have $310 in my budget. Or would it just be better to get a 7950?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127615

Darn it. I just paid for my second one 2 days ago. Atleast I got a free copy of Batman. Nice!!
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Do you have another sli bridge to try? Also are you uninstalling drivers, reboot then installing new?
Also try to test the new card by itself if you haven't
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Apparently from reading on other forums the newer beta drivers are having issues with sli setups. If I were you I would use the driver on the cd that came with it for now. So far I have been stable and loving the performance with 2 of these bad boys. Next week on my days off I will start some benchmarks. When I just ran 1 card I could score (3d mark11) 580gtx levels easily. Now that's impressive for one card.

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Hey guys, I had 1 560 ti 448 classified and decided to get another to sli. im having some major issues though. I got them both in there and connected right and it basicly was fine but when I tried to enable sli it went to a no signal screen and never came back until i restarted it. I messed around with it and tried diff versions of drivers any where from 280-290. I finally got it working after enabling sli and then it coming back up with my nvidia control panel frozen. I went and checked the hardware manager and the bottom card said it has stopped working, so I disabled and re-enabled it and now its in sli. I was happy, but then I shut down the pc and started it back up the next day and it did the same exact thing except it said both cards were not working in hardware manager. there isnt anything wrong with either card, tried both of them before sli. It starts up fine if I put the pc in sleep mode but sometimes I lan so I want to be able to start it up without this headache. what do I need to do to fix this frown.giffrown.gif

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Mobo: asus maximus gene-z mATX
ram: 8gb g.skill sniper
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psu: 1000 watt sli certified xion
gpu: EVGA GTX 560 ti 448 cores classified x2

I forgot to ask you how are your temps with that board. I have the same and my top card gets pretty warm when playing bf3. I do have them both oc'ed to 900/1800/2050 with 1.087 volts. I had to use a spacer between the 2 so some fresh air could get between them. Also my cards are a little bit thicker from yours. I was thinking about the Corsair CPU cooler as well. It was either between that or selling the board for a regular size. I really do like the features and how easy it is to oc with it tho. Great build man.
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Just got done with My build. When I try to Sli My Cards, the system will not start...

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Man, I really wish I had the money for 2x 560 ti 448 right now. I guess I'll just save up my money for a GTX 680 and hope it's not more than $550.
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