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I got 2 EVGA Ref and ACX 2.0 , reference can do /bench only /1610 MHz, ACX less, although it has got a higher ASIC- 1577 or so.
And the single results/bench only / were....let me guess...none rolleyes.gif
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After taking a closer look, it looks like only 1 of my 2 cards is going past 1.181 mv. The 2nd card is OVing just fine, I'm not to sure why the 1st card isn't going past 1.181
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After taking a closer look, it looks like only 1 of my 2 cards is going past 1.181 mv. The 2nd card is OVing just fine, I'm not to sure why the 1st card isn't going past 1.181

This is something a lot of people are reporting with Maxwell in sli, that the top card is always under-volting regardless of which card is in which slot.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/777448/geforce-900-series/-major-issue-sli-gtx-970-cards-one-card-runs-way-lower-voltage-than-the-other-driver-bug-/5/
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This is something a lot of people are reporting with Maxwell in sli, that the top card is always under-volting regardless of which card is in which slot.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/777448/geforce-900-series/-major-issue-sli-gtx-970-cards-one-card-runs-way-lower-voltage-than-the-other-driver-bug-/5/

Well that sucks, thanks for the info
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Well that sucks, thanks for the info

Good thing they're working on it... going to be fixed in next driver release, hopefully. Price for being early adopters, nothing new here.
post #2926 of 10547
Nothing compared to the issues I was experiencing and continued to experience with crossfire 290s after 10 months on the market.
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Is DSR still broken using SLI? i only have one DSR option im using a 1080p 144Hz monitor with dual GTX 980's via DVI Dual Link

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Is DSR still broken using SLI? i only have one DSR option im using a 1080p 144Hz monitor with dual GTX 980's via DVI Dual Link


SLI 980s here and I have plenty of DSR options:

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SLI 980s here and I have plenty of DSR options:


Ahh thanks its been bugging me for a while Rep +1 smile.gif
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Yeah, I too get more out of this card with stock voltage.
Though I'd like to have more power limit, currently I am stuck with MSI's 122% biggrin.gif after testing with fire strike and shadow of mordor/alien/the evil within games I am currently completely stable @ 1510MHz core and 8000 memory

Though I am @ 72-75celsius on load mainly due to the fact I have haf-x but only single intake 230mm in front @ low rpm and exhausting is noctua 140mm @ low rpm and my h100i, my pc is completely quiet at idle and at load only my GPU can be heard smile.gif
How do you like The evil within?
I wonder why they speced this game so high when it is not use so much resources. At the graphics side it look like a game for the first xbox. And running it without the fps cap looks even more weird.
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