I can't wait to get home and test this tonight. I ran a run on BF3 during my lunch break on a close quarters map, and it didn't feel like there was any tangible improvement. I'll have to test some of the larger BF3 maps, but BF3 is one of the few games that doesn't run with my GTX 780 flat out the entire time. I was hoping for a little bit more improvement, but it would seem I didn't get much.
I still long for the smooth framerate that my HD 7870 XT Crossfire setup offered @ max settings on BF4. The GTX 780 is only about 5-7 FPS slower on average, but I can definitely feel it in gameplay. We'll see if this gives my GTX 780 a boost in that regard.
Originally Posted by decrescent
I'm a complete novice prob running a bad configured setup but I usually run sli 780s with a 1440p monitor and then I have a gts 250 in the pc for 2 other monitors since I had it lying around. With the current beta driver when i enable SLI or even disable it turns off 1 of the 3 monitors. Is this a typical type issue with beta drivers? Thanks for the help
The GTS 250 is now legacy status and not supported by the newer drivers. That may be your issue.
I'm curious though, because a single 780 can drive 3 monitors no problem. Why not just take out the GTS 250? It seems like a waste of space and power for your situation.Edited by Mad Pistol - 4/7/14 at 5:06pm