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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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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)


Didnt help. now we dont to 4200 in valley benchmark score and still lower Fps :/
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Didnt help. now we dont to 4200 in valley benchmark score and still lower Fps :/

Best bet,

go into bios or swap to the 2ndary bios so you don't lose your settings, then set optimized defaults and save. Shut down and start back up go into windows and test, after which if issue still persists use the dip switches on the board to disable a card. Test both in single ( YOU MUST DISABLE THE OTHERS ) and see if results jump, see if there's a faulty card by chance.
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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

didnt help at all:(
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Best bet,

go into bios or swap to the 2ndary bios so you don't lose your settings, then set optimized defaults and save. Shut down and start back up go into windows and test, after which if issue still persists use the dip switches on the board to disable a card. Test both in single ( YOU MUST DISABLE THE OTHERS ) and see if results jump, see if there's a faulty card by chance.

i will try that but i know for sure that both cards works 1000% perfectly.
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Best bet,

go into bios or swap to the 2ndary bios so you don't lose your settings, then set optimized defaults and save. Shut down and start back up go into windows and test, after which if issue still persists use the dip switches on the board to disable a card. Test both in single ( YOU MUST DISABLE THE OTHERS ) and see if results jump, see if there's a faulty card by chance.


First test on first GPU

MB Bios 0403
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First test on first GPU

MB Bios 0403



second test Second GPU.
Same settings
MB bios 0403
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so, first test GPU usage is 98%, send GPU, in what I assume is the second slot, is getting 50%... You may have found your problem...
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so, first test GPU usage is 98%, send GPU, in what I assume is the second slot, is getting 50%... You may have found your problem...

Nope Both gpus were testes.

Both runs at 90-99 all the time. single card test..


This is my sli test, for now most of my performance seems to be back? But dont think the problem is solved
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Open NVidiainspector. Run some GPU intensive benchmark and look at the rightmost number in interface tab. If it's 2.0 as in my case then this is your problem. (actually perhaps not, but it might give a hint)

BTW Cadaveca I'm currious about 0208 BIOS, can I play with it without risking a board and the CPU?
Edited by Raghar - 3/4/14 at 12:10pm
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Open NVidiainspector. Run some GPU intensive benchmark and look at the rightmost number in interface tab. If it's 2.0 as in my case then this is your problem. (actually perhaps not, but it might give a hint)

BTW Cadaveca I'm currious about 0208 BIOS, can I play with it without risking a board and the CPU?

Worked fine for me, but I noticed no differences at all. centvalny mention it was exactly the same as the release BIOS, so I understand you might be curious.. but it might be a waste of time to try.

I have it sitting on my back-up BIOS, anyway, swapped re-flashes ROG1/ROG2 (monitoring/SuperI/O) bios, AFAIK, so that that stuff works properly, as that's the only thing I noticed.
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