Originally Posted by muhd86
thne that is 326.01 driver on guru3d ....damn it no wonder my score on valley seems low for valley 3 gtx 780 ..
downloading now ..thanks
Be very careful using beta drivers off the 3DGuru website. Some of those drivers are considered more of an "alpha" phase implementation (rather than beta) and have very little testing done for them. Stick with the Nvidia WHQL and beta drivers as their quality control is much higher. Also, I will point out that for most games, GTX780 Tri-SLI scaling is not so great from the preliminary benchmarks I've seen. Only a handful of games benefit from a Tri-SLI setup. Don't put to much faith in synthetic benchmarks as they only measure the hardware capabilties and driver optimization in general and have very little to do with how games will perform. For now, the best option for most games that you see either no improvement in performance or an actual drop in performance when in a Tri-SLI configuration is to enable regular 2-way SLI and use the third card for dedicated Physx. That's what I've done for certain games and I noticed an immediiate difference in gaming performance, especially for those games that use a lot of PhysX processing (i.e. Metro Last Light, Crysis 3, etc). Nvidia still has a lot of work to do refining their drivers for optiimizing Tri-SLI GK110 performance as is evident with the lack of improved performance using either the GTX780 or GTX Titan in a Tri-SLI configuration. But, I have faith. It took them well over 6 months to optimize Tri-SLI with the GK104 (GTX680 and GTX670) seriers cards, so be patient :-)