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how many frames rates i should have with battlefield 3 with crossfire 6950 with 2600k , on a p8z77 with 16 meg ddr3 1330mhz.. it seems slower then 1 single card.. and try all the oldest driver and no luck... is my ram too slow. or should upgrade to 2000.
thanks
post #2 of 11
What frame rates are you getting with CFX and with a single card? Try each card by itself to make sure that they are both okay.

Upgrading the RAM won't have a noticeable effect on frame rates unless your RAM is faulty, but if it was it should be causing bigger problems than just low frame rates.

What PSU and mobo have you got? You should fill out the system specs in your profile so we can see everything.
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you ram isnt to slow,and im guessing you mean 16gb lol. i saw a post like this the other day. after the latest update for bf3 he was getting poor performance from his crossfire 6950's . I just had a catalyst control center update and it reset everything in there. not sure if you had changed anything in the ccc but if you got that update it might have reset. so it could be battlefield after the patch too. cant say for sure and i know im not really being helpful lol. but i do know 16gb of 1333 ram is fast.
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i never had a good frames rates on crossfire sometimes it jerky compare to single card , and i m running a asus p8z77 v pro.. and my power supply is 1250 because just change that thinking it was my problems.. but no luck
is there a setting i should put on in crossfire setting,, ther is not much setting there but there is four setting to change, is there one better than other..
post #5 of 11
Same problem in other games?
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There have been lots of issue with micro shutter and Sli/Crossfire. I would sell both the cards and get one really good card like the 7970 or 680.
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7950 is almost the same card as 6950,,, i have check the spec but look almost the same
. but didnt try other games and how many frames should i have on bothe i have almost 50 everything max
i s there something i can remove to have it faster.
post #8 of 11
The 7950 is not the same as the 6950. The 7950 stock is equal to the 580 but the 7950 overclocks much higher.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1213138/user-review-amd-radeon-hd-7950-vs-hd-6950-1gb-and-overclock-scaling
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Funny, every thread I see that seems to relate to micro-studder, the OP is using a chipset limited to 8/8 crossfire such as p67/p77. I have never experienced microstudder on my sig rig with full 32 lanes. I'm starting to think there's a connection.
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Funny, every thread I see that seems to relate to micro-studder, the OP is using a chipset limited to 8/8 crossfire such as p67/p77. I have never experienced microstudder on my sig rig with full 32 lanes. I'm starting to think there's a connection.

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