Originally Posted by c00lkatz
OMG, obviously newer versions have changed that option then. This is the only version of Furmark I've used, so I didn't know that it didn't USED to support SLI without a forced profile, but NOW it does apparently. I'm looking straight at it, plain as day. Try downloading the new version and see for yourself.
EDIT: Look here! Proof!
Apparently SLI and Crossfire were enabled in version 1.6.0!
Well, there you go ... that's why I made the caveat about the version I was running in my post, I didn't think I'd updated it too recently, and I figured we were both smart guys, so
So this is great ... turns out we're both right. Its a beautiful thing.
And now we know *for sure* that it didn't use to support it, and now it does
I'm ahafta go grab the new version then!
I will say, though, they sure added SLI support late in the game ... I know my version of it's not more than 1 year old, and SLI has been around for like 5 years now ...
Oh, and to the OP ... don't be surprised if actual benchmarks crash at those clocks. Those are pretty high for a GTX280 to be stable with when you actually put the screws to it. I think of ATI and Furmark as good for finding out what the absolute max is that my card *may* be stable at. I almost always have to back down a bit from what they tell me. And keep an eye on the temps, cause SLI 280's can get real hot. Don't let either card break about 95C...
RT is great because it allows you to put temps on the onscreen display (also stuff like clocks, FPS and VRAM usage, if you so desire). That's my fave part of that program, I use it ALL the time.Edited by brettjv - 5/11/09 at 9:05am