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Yes. If the problem started w/ the new cables then throw the old ones back in to make sure the issue isn't still there.

It's not the GPU cables =\. No idea what it is.
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It's not the GPU cables =\. No idea what it is.

Change sli bridge back to original and retest. I have had sli bridges and xfire links bad out of the box before.

And I would personally reset everything back to "default" and try that. Not just reset, but click the restore default setting icon in everything!!! Including your monitor, put it at the 60Hz it's supposed to run at.
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Change sli bridge back to original and retest. I have had sli bridges and xfire links bad out of the box before.

And I would personally reset everything back to "default" and try that. Not just reset, but click the restore default setting icon in everything!!! Including your monitor, put it at the 60Hz it's supposed to run at.

It works at 60hz. Problem is monitor won't overclocked anymore. Going to put old sli bridge again
Edited by Rodman - 12/25/13 at 9:37pm
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It works at 60hz. Problem is monitor won't overclocked anymore. Going to put old sli bridge again

What was the benefit to the OC on your monitor? I've never seen a reason the OC a monitor, but I run 3 Dell U3011's, hard to get a better setup than that IMHO.
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What was the benefit to the OC on your monitor? I've never seen a reason the OC a monitor, but I run 3 Dell U3011's, hard to get a better setup than that IMHO.

Reduced input lag, less noticeable tearing
    
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What was the benefit to the OC on your monitor? I've never seen a reason the OC a monitor, but I run 3 Dell U3011's, hard to get a better setup than that IMHO.

I am not a tech guru but it enables more actual FPS which provides smoother gameplay in FPS games. And btw I am pretty sure you were right on the SLI Bridge =(. Just ran a benchmark and worked flawless.

Now going to keep running some more games and see if the problem arises again. My question is do I contact EVGA or Amazon which I bought the SLI pro bridge from.

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Reduced input lag, less noticeable tearing

I'm not sure about the input lag on my system, but I've never had any issues with tearing.
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I'm not sure about the input lag on my system, but I've never had any issues with tearing.

If you don't have issues with tearing, it's because your frame rate is similar to the monitor refresh rate, or you aren't sensitive you tearing, or you use Vsync. Input lag isn't detectable unless you're a fairly serious gamer
    
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bought a 780 in may for $649 - overclocked it then benched a few times and barely touched any games

sold it for $450 in november and bought a 780Ti for $699- same deal, i barely used it.

maybe it's a sign i should quit being an "enthusiast"; my love for gaming has become nonexistent.
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I am not a tech guru but it enables more actual FPS which provides smoother gameplay in FPS games. And btw I am pretty sure you were right on the SLI Bridge =(. Just ran a benchmark and worked flawless.

Now going to keep running some more games and see if the problem arises again. My question is do I contact EVGA or Amazon which I bought the SLI pro bridge from.
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Amazon will get you sorted cheaper and faster than EVGA, no offence to EVGA's excellent customer service.
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