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Installed CoD4 and it seems to let me pick dual video cards. I did a quick bench and hit 17k in 3dMark06... So maybe I got it working? Now to tear down my loop and put in the 3rd card and see what happens lol...
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Yeah 17k 3dmark06 score defn hints at SLI.
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post #13 of 22
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I guess I was just expecting more. I got 13k+ outa my BFG 640 OC WC GTS card I'm selling now... Just thought it would be at least 20k, but I guess I can start overclocking from here. Quick question though. When you overclock one card in SLI mode it overclocks both correct, and should I overclock in the bios or inside windows with a 3rd party tool?
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I guess I was just expecting more. I got 13k+ outa my BFG 640 OC WC GTS card I'm selling now... Just thought it would be at least 20k, but I guess I can start overclocking from here. Quick question though. When you overclock one card in SLI mode it overclocks both correct, and should I overclock in the bios or inside windows with a 3rd party tool?
20k is gonna take around 4ghz on the cpu and a nice OC on your gpu's
    
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On all 3 gpus?
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I guess I was just expecting more. I got 13k+ outa my BFG 640 OC WC GTS card I'm selling now... Just thought it would be at least 20k, but I guess I can start overclocking from here. Quick question though. When you overclock one card in SLI mode it overclocks both correct, and should I overclock in the bios or inside windows with a 3rd party tool?
No, you're going to have to set each once separately. RivaTuner, and I believe ATItool, will let you select what card to OC.

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On all 3 gpus?
Yeah, probably. At least a little bit on all of 'em.
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post #17 of 22
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I only see one card in Rivatuner....
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I only see one card in Rivatuner....
Answers to SLi related questions

Needs updateing for Tri-SLi information but overclocking principles are still the same.

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Originally Posted by t4ct1c47
Can I mix and match graphics cards if one of them is overclocked by the manufacturer or has been volt modded to attain higher clocks?
Yes. When using two graphics cards with differing default core and memory clocks, the faster of the two cards will lower its clocks to match the speeds of the lower card.
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When I overclock in SLi will it apply to both cards?
Yes. Though you will only see one slider bar for the core and one slider bar for the memory, any alterations you make to the clock speeds of core and memory will be applied to both cards simultaneously.
post #19 of 22
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Thanks t4ct1c47
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i have had problems with riva tuner only overclocking the top card when i had my 8800GTXs in SLI, i would use ati tool.
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