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the day that consoles let you change graphics settings and full on customize will be a beautiful day, i imagine many more people would buy a console just for this, especially pc gamers.


While I like the idea of being able to disable certain post processing options (like Bloom for example, it can be horribly overdone in some games) you may as well just buy a PC.

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For some reason:

1. Only 1 GPU is working at 100%.
2. The GPU's where both at almost 100 °C. Yet another thing to deal with gaming PC's: Temperatures.

Couldn't test the CPU, tho. I think the performance of the second GPU is due to the low resolution. If I'd be able to play at 1080p, maybe both GPU's would be running at 100%.
You don't sound happy at all. If only 1 GPU is being utilized then that could be your problem. I'd suggest doing something about that first then test again. As for temps wasnt the 500 series notoriously on the warm side? consoles get hot too and even smartphones sometimes, having better cooling helps.
Edited by jameschisholm - 4/6/14 at 12:49am
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For some reason:

1. Only 1 GPU is working at 100%.
2. The GPU's where both at almost 100 °C. Yet another thing to deal with gaming PC's: Temperatures.

Couldn't test the CPU, tho. I think the performance of the second GPU is due to the low resolution. If I'd be able to play at 1080p, maybe both GPU's would be running at 100%.

No, when you use CFX or SLI, the GPU's always perform the same amount of work, the slower GPU determines the speed of the others. Your GPU 1 is likely throttling due to temperatures which is why your second GPU is only working at half usage; it doesn't have to work any harder to keep up with the throttled GPU 1.

If I'm right, you're effectively getting exactly half the performance of your GTX 590, because both GPU's are working at half speed (one has halved clock speeds, the other has halfed GPU usage).

Screenshot the clock speeds as well so we can be sure.
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While I like the idea of being able to disable certain post processing options (like Bloom for example, it can be horribly overdone in some games) you may as well just buy a PC.
well thats up to the user if they want to completely turn it off
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For some reason:

1. Only 1 GPU is working at 100%.
2. The GPU's where both at almost 100 °C. Yet another thing to deal with gaming PC's: Temperatures.

Couldn't test the CPU, tho. I think the performance of the second GPU is due to the low resolution. If I'd be able to play at 1080p, maybe both GPU's would be running at 100%.

No, when you use CFX or SLI, the GPU's always perform the same amount of work, the slower GPU determines the speed of the others. Your GPU 1 is likely throttling due to temperatures which is why your second GPU is only working at half usage; it doesn't have to work any harder to keep up with the throttled GPU 1.

If I'm right, you're effectively getting exactly half the performance of your GTX 590, because both GPU's are working at half speed (one has halved clock speeds, the other has halfed GPU usage).

Screenshot the clock speeds as well so we can be sure.

Leave it there; I've been having these performance issues since day 1 and I've done everything I could possibly do to have better performance and fix the problems. I'm tired of it, I guess PC gaming for me is an outdated stage.

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So who is gonna get FF14 on PS4? Considering thats what this thread is about hahahaha
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So who is gonna get FF14 on PS4? Considering thats what this thread is about hahahaha


lots of people , at least people i know are all getting it on PS4
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lots of people , at least people i know are all getting it on PS4

off topic here gotta ask, whats your avatar about? is it from a movie?
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resolution becomes less of an issue 5-6 feet away. that said its an odd choice. i think they wouldv'e been better off with a different solution. like maintain 1080p but have adaptive v-sync and other such trickery
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While I like the idea of being able to disable certain post processing options (like Bloom for example, it can be horribly overdone in some games) you may as well just buy a PC.

a ps4 or xbox one is a pc, with imposed restrictions, lol
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