Originally Posted by Hodgy1971
Originally Posted by dph314
Are you sure? Not trying to sound rude or anything, but I doubt that
. Tom's Hardware was on the 310.54's and was getting 74fps with a 670- http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/call-of-duty-black-ops-ii-performance-benchmark,3357-6.html
. No idea why they didn't test with a 680, and I know it's an older article, but I don't think a 680 would be getting double the framerate of a 670. I also don't think the 310.90 drivers, assuming you're using them, would add over a 100% boost on the highest settings. You sure they're all up? X4 TXAA, highest for textures is "Extra", have AO enabled, FXAA disabled because it does help the framerate but it's blurry. I get pretty much a constant 120-130fps, but that wouldn't be possible without SLI.
I have read all of your posts in this thread and you have given some great information.
I will check again tonight what in game setting I have but I'm sure I have maxed it out.
Yeah I double-checked as well. I don't have anything exceptionally demanding set in the drivers through Inspector or anything like that. And I checked the in-game settings, all of them are all the way up. Tom's used MSAA for their bench runs, I'm using TXAA. Tom's probably didn't use it because they wanted a fair comparison with the AMD cards, which makes sense obviously. But yeah I'm using TXAA, everything else maxed or enabled except FXAA. Have 120hz set in the settings but the framerate caps at 125fps, so I bounce between 115fps-125fps with a constant 75%-90% load on each card. Neither card hits 100% and no CPU cores are either, so, not sure why I don't get a constant 125fps. But yeah it's actually a pretty demanding game compared to the other ones. First COD I used SLI for
Originally Posted by setza
Btw, once I flash my card and get into AB, should I just set all voltage sliders to max? If I undertood correctly they are just the max voltage the card can achieve and not the voltage itself.
The sliders are offsets adding voltage. You can set them all to the max if you want, to find your max overclock, but for gaming it's usually more practical to find some middle ground with the clocks and voltage so you're not putting so much voltage through the card 24/7.