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I only see a 2% idle load?
    
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Could you post a screen of windows task manager while on the performance tab?
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Originally Posted by Gripen90 View Post

No nVidia drivers have since late 2008 or so supported cards running at their individual clock speeds - there's no "down-clocking" to match the slowest card anymore. The same goes for CrossFire.

Wow, I didnt know this. I've been searching for a 2nd GTX580 capable of matching my 950/2200 overclock but if they can run at different speeds then I don't think I need to be so picky.
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The first pic was taken after I closed the game, the cpu load being show was that of the gameplay, but when the game was closed ofcourse my load went down to 2%. Here is a picture of all 8 cores in task manager as requested. As I said, individual cores don't go over 80% and the CPU as a whole is at 45% load.
post #15 of 20
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I had noticed from the begining that BF3 only used 6 cores on my 8120. this isn't new, and this CPU and mobo configuration worked perfectly fine for GTX560 in SLI .
post #16 of 20
Try removing the SLI bridge. You don't need it for SLI.
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Wow, this has got my stumped.
    
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Try removing the SLI bridge. You don't need it for SLI.
wth.gif Since when?
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troll laptop user
post #20 of 20
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I'm afraid that I may need to sell one of these and see if matching brands solves my issue. Really don't want to have to deal with doing that though... still no one who can help?
Edited by Dnoces - 10/4/12 at 6:05pm
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