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possible i have the same issue with 450's same card same clocks different PPD its just how it is...
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im not even running SLI , i dont have the bridge yet
Doesn't mean SLi is disabled. Check the control panel
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thats really weird... have you tried each card by itself yet?

im glad im not the only one though, heh, lets figure out a way to fix this.. lol
When I only had the SC version, the ppd was still around 15k, the second card I got was the 18k ppd card.

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Doesn't mean SLi is disabled. Check the control panel
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possible i have the same issue with 450's same card same clocks different PPD its just how it is...
Don't get me started on my 4 450s.
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i cant believe no one knows the issue/answer to this problem

so weird, i guess it's just one of those mysteries... it is what it is

ill probably just return my second 570 and put the 19k one under water
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