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The Score in Valley benchmark with one card is 3000-3100

Clean install or you simply transferred the HDD from the MSI gear? The installing only 1 GPU at a time and compare each. What's the specs for the rest of the system? Temps are ok on both GPU?
    
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post #6192 of 14775
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

are you on different video drivers on this board, than with your previous board? Allot of the new drivers do exactly what you are telling us is happening.

Tried diffrent drivers. and the same at i allways use 331:82

And older then that wont let me play BF4
Edited by Mulle1991 - 3/3/14 at 10:00pm
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Originally Posted by Errorist66 View Post

Clean install or you simply transferred the HDD from the MSI gear? The installing only 1 GPU at a time and compare each. What's the specs for the rest of the system? Temps are ok on both GPU?

Temps are 26 and 28Deggree on the GPUS at Idle, And 36-40 on load

and Clean install

4930k
R4BE
32gb tridentX 2400mhz
Evga 1300 G2
Edited by Mulle1991 - 3/4/14 at 4:22am
post #6194 of 14775
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Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post

I'll give you the "Raja" answer - The R4BE was made/optimized for Ivy-E not Sandy-E. R4E would be a better mobo to run 3930/3960.

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Originally Posted by Mulle1991 View Post

Why?

And no i am running 3960x 4.6Ghz


About the PhysX i realy dont know,
The Benchmarks i was running at the GPUs was Valley Benchmark.

for exmple

when i used my MSI Xpower 2 the score was about 6035

Now on the Asus board the score is 5570
and a lower fps.

Why?

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i just want this to run ok for now.

ill buy a Ivy-E a little later så dont worry wink.gif

well now i got 4930K 4.6Ghz 1.21V
TridentX 2400Mhz,

but the GPU performance is still Crappy compared to my MSI BigBang Xpower 2...

still havent found a solution for this issue frown.gif
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well now i got 4930K 4.6Ghz 1.21V
TridentX 2400Mhz,

but the GPU performance is still Crappy compared to my MSI BigBang Xpower 2...

still havent found a solution for this issue frown.gif

THAT is a GOOD chip! >__>


-jealous-
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THAT is a GOOD chip! >__>


-jealous-

hehe thanks smile.gif

im pretty happy with the chip, But not the Rampage IV black Edition Motherboard frown.gif

can solve my Gpu (SLI) performance/Usage issue :'(
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Originally Posted by Mulle1991 View Post



well now i got 4930K 4.6Ghz 1.21V
TridentX 2400Mhz,

but the GPU performance is still Crappy compared to my MSI BigBang Xpower 2...

still havent found a solution for this issue frown.gif

Did you verify that the bios was set for PCI-E GEN3? Might help to reflash the bios after replacing the CPU. You'll also have to reinstall Windows for DRM to work again after replacing CPU. Otherwise netflix or some other video playback will refuse to work.
    
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hehe thanks smile.gif

im pretty happy with the chip, But not the Rampage IV black Edition Motherboard frown.gif

can solve my Gpu (SLI) performance/Usage issue :'(

Had this too initially.


1) Reseat all power cables to your cards as well as the same cables on the PSU. Ensure they're in place on the board

2) What's your PSU W?

3) Go in bios and under DRAM Timings look @ GPU post settings, verify they're in PCIE 3 vs 1/2 also verify it's seeing them correctly.

4) Try w/ the SLI bridge that came w/ the asus board to verify there's not a contact issue on the evga

5) Since you're using multiple titans, use the driver uninstaller first, then install 332 whql vs 334

6) Any custom bios? what are the settings default on the card currently?

7) For lulz verify the power setting in the control panel is set to max power (I've seen it happen especially w/ EPU)
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hehe thanks smile.gif

im pretty happy with the chip, But not the Rampage IV black Edition Motherboard frown.gif

can solve my Gpu (SLI) performance/Usage issue :'(

Quote:
Originally Posted by Errorist66 View Post

Did you verify that the bios was set for PCI-E GEN3? Might help to reflash the bios after replacing the CPU. You'll also have to reinstall Windows for DRM to work again after replacing CPU. Otherwise netflix or some other video playback will refuse to work.

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Originally Posted by LunaP View Post

Had this too initially.


1) Reseat all power cables to your cards as well as the same cables on the PSU. Ensure they're in place on the board

2) What's your PSU W?

3) Go in bios and under DRAM Timings look @ GPU post settings, verify they're in PCIE 3 vs 1/2 also verify it's seeing them correctly.

4) Try w/ the SLI bridge that came w/ the asus board to verify there's not a contact issue on the evga

5) Since you're using multiple titans, use the driver uninstaller first, then install 332 whql vs 334

6) Any custom bios? what are the settings default on the card currently?

7) For lulz verify the power setting in the control panel is set to max power (I've seen it happen especially w/ EPU)


1) Done

2) PSU: EVGA supernova 1300 G2

3) Pcie 3.0

4) Sli bridge (Asus/EVGA) tested maks no difference

5) ?? Dont understand sorry

6) Stock bios on both cards

7) tried that no luck
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#5) Download this and uninstall your drivers then go to safe mode and use this software to remove all leftover NVidia drivers. Remove your Ethernet cable so windows doesn't auto install the drivers. Now you should have windows basic video drivers. Now install the latest NVidia drivers you save somewhere on your computer. When everything is up and running plug your Ethernet cable back in.

http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/display_driver_uninstaller_download.html
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