Originally Posted by SpartanVXL
Get back to stock, don't expect the clocks for individual cards to work at all in SLI. Downclock if you have to
Which driver set are you using, there are reports of people not being able to get any 320.xx driver working properly in SLI. Have you tested 314.22?
Oh, you know with all of this testing I didn't ever rollback the driver lol. I am on 320.18. I will try tonight. Thank you
Originally Posted by malmental
to really test the PSU you need another one to push the system entirely, both cards included and not dual PSU or whatever you did before.
no offense but I'm not a Coolermaster PSU person, I do not trust them that much.
but ironically I run my SLi 670's and 2500K on a 900-watt RocketFish 80+ Silver Modular...
so it's down to the PSU and/or GPU's if hardware related..
starting to think PSU first.
This here has me scratching my head... I could have every component on its on power supply and it would not affect stability as long as each power supply was providing clean power. Besides, I verified my psu with my trusty multimeter which I do trust, so again I do not think it is the power supply. I am not a coolermaster anything person but it was the only gold certified in stock at my local store and when I bought it I refused to wait on the egg, actually I have the evo212 which I bought on purpose because my tuniq tower power was getting old. It has a 5 year warranty, and the voltage never dropped during testing... ohms law applies always so I really don't see how the test performed was bad but please explain how to properly test it... surely the proper test is not going to the store and buying another psu...
edit: I don't mean to be rude, this sounds a little rude but I don't know how else to say it. I appreciate the help, please don't take offense I have been up because of sick kids now 72 hours.
edit 2: haha I also have a haf 932... I guess I do like coolermaster =DEdited by Camman - 6/3/13 at 4:11pm