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and where do i find that? i just went all through my bios and i cant find anything about the SLi settings

EDIT: brb gona try swapping the EVGA and XFX in the slots and dropping a GB of ram
The memory sizes, memory interfaces, and clocks are all the same right? (Just a double check.)
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post #12 of 14
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ok i changed checked my mobo further, removed both cards and looked for a switch or jumper, nothing there.

took out the 2 512 sticks of ram

updated drivers to XP FW174.74

now in the control panel everything is set to NVIDIA Recommended (SLI), and I believe SLI is activated from performance wise, and is that green SLI bar a true representation of the load on the 2 cards?

SLI and no SLI arent much different because of my mobo im thinking (8x )

and yes both cards are completely the same except for the vendor, even the revisions are the same A2
    
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I believe theres a switch on your mobo or in your BIOS you may have not messed with.
It is in the bios on THe ASUS M2N SLI deluxe. There isnt one on the board. MOst boards now days after the 4-series boards dont have one onboard they are all in the bios.
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but where in the bios can i find it?

ive honestly checked every option and i cant find anything related to SLi

what is the option called and do you think its time for a bios update? im using the bios version that came with the mobo from newegg
    
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