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How to test stability of cards WITH sli on?

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I really need a program that can check stability of both my cards, at the same time, with SLI enabled. I have problems in some games with SLI on, but I'm not sure if its hardware related or software related.

eVGA Precision - Detects both cards, but won't allow me to use "Test" feature.
ATITool - Doesn't detect both cards.
Furmark - Doesn't detect both cards even with forced SLI.

Thanks.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/1/08 at 11:14pm
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I know some people use 3DMark, but I dont know anything else besides that. :/
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Originally Posted by xxhaloownerxx View Post
I know some people use 3DMark, but I dont know anything else besides that. :/
I set 3dmark06 to a infinite loop and went to bed, came back to a frozen computer. No way to tell if thats driver related or not =/
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Go into nvidia control panel and set furmark.exe to alternate frame rendering 2.

Get furmark benchmark. It'll heat both your cards very well

Did it for testing my 9800GTX overclocks. Worked like magic.
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Go into nvidia control panel and set furmark.exe to alternate frame rendering 2.

Get furmark benchmark. It'll heat both your cards very well

Did it for testing my 9800GTX overclocks. Worked like magic.
Does not work for me, I tried that before posting... Tried 2 different driver versions.
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ATI Tool has allways heated both cards for me..

Now it doesnt get anywhere near its peak of gaming, it does work..

As for stability, just play your favorite game for a few hours. I find that to be the best test

Note my top card is on aftermarket cooling and bottom is stock
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