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i3 + 970@1500/3900
Guessing the cpu used doesn't make much of a difference here?


edit:squeezed a little more out

Edited by utterfabrication - 2/26/16 at 1:33am
    
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My Specs are an 4670K @ 4.5 GHz and I OC'd my 290X memory a little to get 1150/1400.

Here are my results:

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Managed to crack Very High (8.1) at 1150 / 1600
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nifnat View Post


You need to use the flag -multigpu in the launch options to enable multi GPU support




Also here's my results comparing single and multi GPU
My late night dodgy maths puts it at roughly 75% scaling

2x280X 1000 core 1600 memory

Liquid VR enabled
Code:
Frames, Time (ms), Min, Max, Avg
 19742,    122000, 136, 212, 161.820


Liquid VR disabled
Code:
Frames, Time (ms), Min, Max, Avg
 13258,    122000,  90, 153, 108.672

 

I'lll try that with my 7970's on my test bench and see if it works 

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There MUST be something wrong with my system...

Stock speeds:



SLI stock speeds:


Anyone have any trouble shooting ideas?
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There MUST be something wrong with my system...

Stock speeds:



SLI stock speeds:


Anyone have any trouble shooting ideas?
I don't think this test has some sort of SLI profile but my 780 performs similarly. It's just an issue with the older Nvidia cards.
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Anyone have any trouble shooting ideas?

Hope that SLI works in VR?

Edit:

Or you can do like I did and read up a few posts tongue.gif and try the -multigpu flag as suggested... it worked for me.





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post #48 of 75
So, so far almost every result of a nvdia card is somehow higher (some by quite a bit) then AMD's internal testing.
And people wonder why some don't trust information by AMD only.
Edited by Assirra - 2/26/16 at 11:49am
post #49 of 75
This is really odd
Reinstalled drivers and got this

But I tried again and got this
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FX-8320 4.8ghz - R9 290 1275/1625mhz - driver 16.2

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