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2500k at 4.4
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2x4gb ddr1600
Ax850
Asus dc2 670x2
Beta 310.5x


My usage for both my cards never go above 75% have them both clocked at +150 +450


Any help appreciated
post #2 of 26
What resolution, antialiasing?
post #3 of 26
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2560x1440

4xmsaa in bf3 tryed metro 2033 as well only averaging 40 fps. Guild wars 2 is just horrible and seems like it runs worst on 2 cards
post #4 of 26
you sure you dont have any type of vysnc whether its adaptive or otherwise on?
    
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post #5 of 26
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Vsync off ... Does go above 60 fps sometimes
post #6 of 26
Try this to eliminate all the easy possibilities:

download a fresh set of drivers, uninstall the current drivers, swap the cards in the slots, reconnect the SLI bridge, boot with no drivers, install the fresh drivers.
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post #7 of 26
I might sound stupid saying this but it i could be your CPU holding you back. I know Guild wars 2 is still having frame issues and highly depends on the amount of people around you all that fun stuff.
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Guess ill try diff drivers + different sli position
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Well, something's definitely not right there -- I can't even get past the main menu without maxing out mine (1200p).
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what drivers are you using ? tryed switching sli bridge to different slot but kinda the same usage on bf3 for both cards never both go above 75% gonna try 306.97
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