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post #1151 of 1985
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Originally Posted by hodgoes2001 View Post
OK.... it works!!!

i had to disable MSI afterburner then re enable it...

but still.... working...

Both in surround and Maximize Performance ...

I am using version the latest beta version of the SLI HAck
I'll try again with afterburner off.

... one thing, with 275 it tells me that I have one card on x8 pci. I do for heat concerns.. first I ever seen this pop-up on screen.
Edited by ToxicAdam - 5/17/11 at 6:08pm
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post #1152 of 1985
hmmm, same result...

I'm going to put the bottom card back into the x16 slot and see what happens.

edit.

That didn't work.. still BSODs
Edited by ToxicAdam - 5/17/11 at 7:00pm
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post #1153 of 1985
Update: New Drivers show the same problem as with previous drivers -- It downclocks my Fermi cards, makes MSI Afterburner unusable, and shows erratic PCIe slot speeds. I suggest to wait for a new patch update as this is something we have seen before.

Reverting back to 270.61 WHQL Drivers for the moment.
    
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post #1154 of 1985
ok... i have also had down clocking issues...

i have also reverted to the previous drivers
post #1155 of 1985
Well after testing a few drivers and the Sli Patch 1.42b i found that the best stable combo for me with 2x 460GTX1Gb is Sli Patch 1.0 and 268.03.

(Found out the hard way with 3/4 formats my system was very unstable now i am rock solid again)
post #1156 of 1985
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Well after testing a few drivers and the Sli Patch 1.42b i found that the best stable combo for me with 2x 460GTX1Gb is Sli Patch 1.0 and 268.03.

(Found out the hard way with 3/4 formats my system was very unstable now i am rock solid again)
267.60 has turn out to best drivers on my PC. The extra 1 frame per second I may get from updated drivers is not worth the headache.
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267.60 has turn out to best drivers on my PC. The extra 1 frame per second I may get from updated drivers is not worth the headache.
I agree with you on this!
post #1158 of 1985
For some reason Afterburner doesn't work properly with 170+1.4. I Can't OC the core clock However, I can in EVGA Precision but there's no volt adjuster so it's almost pointless I need more volts for 800+. Would LOVE a fix/alternative cos my new cooler makes one of my 465s load at 61 when OC'd to 780 Could push it so much further
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post #1159 of 1985
try the beta of afterburner 2.2

it should work
post #1160 of 1985
I had this patch working with my previous install of Windows and 270.61 drivers. It crashed more than I would like, so I did a fresh install of windows, 270.61 drivers and changed antivirus from Avira to MSE. Now my patch doesn't work and I have tried re-installing it 3 times.

What could have changed? have you guys really seen a problem with different AV programs? wouldn't it alert me if it was blocking the patch from making changes?

Any insight or solutions you guys could come up with would be helpful, as I'm contemplating getting an Asus sabertooth or p6x58d-e to solve the issue.
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