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EVGA Two 770's SLI

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I have an question, when i ever i run games in sli mode. My core clock is not the same for both gpu's. One gpu might be at 1215 and other gpu might be at 1200? Is there an reason why it does this? Even though in precision sync is turned on. Please let me know
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Each card is different even though they are the same model, so each card boosts differently. The variance in core speeds in sli is totally normal.

Same with my old GTX 690 I had, one core was was @1202, and my other core was @1189. Close enough not to cause any issues like microstutter and such.
    
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