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Originally Posted by Opiuz;15489465 
i find it interesting you getting 60 -100 fps.

im running a tad bit better specs than your system and ive got 2 GTS590's SLI and overclocked 700 / 1400 / 1800 also running 3 monitors, i have to run my BF3 at medium settings and only get max 40 fps, so im really wandering what your doing differently than me.

after doing a lot of research this evening, i have found that the GTX590 Vram of 1.5G per GPU is not using each individual Vram, but rather is being shared between both cards so in essence, we only have 1.5G Vram for both GTX590's, and that running the 3 displays maxes said Vram out which is why im getting such shotty FPS, so please may i ask what are you doing differently to me.

also ive clocked my 2600k to 4.5G and my cpu idles along at 30% utilization

that is interesting... QUAD GPU & SSD is not a bit tad better, its a lot better, not to mention you have a good PSU.

i have a few theories:

1. resolution wise...
mine: 1680 x 1050 x 3
yours: 1920 x 1080 x 3
your quad although more sufficient for that resolution but the Vram limit might be the case, mine at around 20% lower resolution than yours might need less Vram though.

2. My score was on Tutorial Campaign of BF3, that small map might also mean why i got such good FPS. i will get more FPS on different maps when i get more time to play.

3. Multiplayer really stress the GPU more than campaign. maybe cause there are more firefights?

maybe you can try lowering from 4AA to 2AA and see if there is any improvement but keep everything to ULTRA? i am no expert but i think AA really consume a lot of Vram. also, in games like BF3, AA or NO-AA, i find that i don't have time to enjoy looking at scenery or tiles on the road as i am busy tagging or put my cursor over others... gunner.gif

on another note,
temperature for my GPU now hovers at 86c to 89c, ambient 25c - 28c, and after some internal organizing and cable management.


note:
correction on my earlier post, GPU hit 1.5GB at ULTRA SETTINGS not 1.5mb, sorry.

Edited by chaosneo - 10/28/11 at 6:13pm
post #2862 of 5154
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Originally Posted by Opiuz;15489465 
i find it interesting you getting 60 -100 fps.

im running a tad bit better specs than your system and ive got 2 GTS590's SLI and overclocked 700 / 1400 / 1800 also running 3 monitors, i have to run my BF3 at medium settings and only get max 40 fps, so im really wandering what your doing differently than me.

after doing a lot of research this evening, i have found that the GTX590 Vram of 1.5G per GPU is not using each individual Vram, but rather is being shared between both cards so in essence, we only have 1.5G Vram for both GTX590's, and that running the 3 displays maxes said Vram out which is why im getting such shotty FPS, so please may i ask what are you doing differently to me.

also ive clocked my 2600k to 4.5G and my cpu idles along at 30% utilization

besides the resolution difference there is the qua vs dual scaling, i.e. driver issue. Just use MSI AB OSD for showing the VRAM usage and report back I think you're not hitting the VRAM wall just yet (add one step of more of AA and you'll definitely hit it, and kill your GPUs even further), if you were hitting it you'd see FPS stalling to 1-5.
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Originally Posted by Arizonian;15490250 
VRAM is mirrored not combined. Whether it's a dual GPU or two singles in SLI/Crossfire.

i get that, mu previous statements were incorrect, thanks.

additionally had teamviewer running, exited that, sorted everything out.

running 120FPS mulit monitor ultra settings, O and disabled hyperthreading, i hope they fix this in patches, along with friendly indicator on mulit monitor as well.
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Hey guys, my GPU's are only at 50% most of the time in Battlefield 3...? confused.gif

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Scorpion49, what is on GPUs? thermal gum? whats the temps?
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Scorpion49, what is on GPUs? thermal gum? whats the temps?

Some kind of paste that came with the XSPC block. I decided to try it. Don't know temps yet it was leak testing over night.
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Hello guys,

Firstly, I would like to thanks to the founder of this forum. Because it give us opportunity to share our problem in order to solve it. And this is my first time I ask question at here.

Let's start with the topic.

I own a GTX 590 card (GIGAGABYTE), When I play game that have good graphic, I'll face problem with flickering object inside the game. Let' say it's something like this:
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_RHQkbDgsI&feature=related[/ame] (I don't know what is the problem, flickering or what?)

I've try 3 different kind of driver. I still have problem with the flickering object. Below I list the driver that been used before.

Current : 285.62
Previous 1 : 285.38 Beta
Previous 2: 285.27 Beta
Previous 3: 280.26

The game that I play and I receive the flickering problem :

1) Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
2) Call Of Duty: Black Ops
3) Battlefield Bad Company 2
4) Battlefield 3

I put all setting in highest. Let say Battlefield ultra with 1900 x 1080 resolution. But I've try to set it into normal setting. But after 20-30 minute play. I still get the error. I believe the setting is not a big deal. GTX 590 should can run any game at highest setting. Even in 2560 x 1600 resolution.

At the last, When I play the Battlefield 3. I get annoyed with the flickering, and I decide to stop playing it and continue surfing website. But I noticed that I get unusual symbol at my desktop. But the symbol disappear after few minute. So I decide to capture the picture of that symbol and upload at here.

Take look guys :

Picture 1:
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Picture 2:
dsc_0017.jpg

For your information, it's a same picture but at the different position. I try to capture the screen use "Print Screen" function. But I cannot see the symbol. Even it still appear at there.

So guys, hope someone willing to help me out from this problem. And, thank you for reading and reply. I love to troubleshoot problem and overcome it.

P/s: I'm start thinking that, this is not Driver problem. Maybe it was my Graphic Card Problem? Should I send to RMA? Got anything final test program I should go through before send it to RMA?

//EDIT//

Here I add GPU-Z picture. So you can see the BIOS version :
GPU 1
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GPU 2:

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Edited by Narong30 - 10/29/11 at 9:30am
post #2869 of 5154
Narong30,

Looks to me like you have some bad ram on your graphics card. That is what causes a block of pixels like that to go. It would be a block of ram that is causing it, probably wherever the 590 chose to store its frame buffer.

It also could be a sign of overheating causing bad ram.... check your temperatures in your case as well as on the video card. Use MSI afterburner for the video card temperatures.

The bios versions are different because one is the 'master' card and one is the slave, that is normal.


If temperatures aren't the problem, and you didn't overclock to cause this problem, then a RMA is in your future.
 
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post #2870 of 5154
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Originally Posted by rush2049;15499177 
Narong30,

Looks to me like you have some bad ram on your graphics card. That is what causes a block of pixels like that to go. It would be a block of ram that is causing it, probably wherever the 590 chose to store its frame buffer.

It also could be a sign of overheating causing bad ram.... check your temperatures in your case as well as on the video card. Use MSI afterburner for the video card temperatures.

The bios versions are different because one is the 'master' card and one is the slave, that is normal.


If temperatures aren't the problem, and you didn't overclock to cause this problem, then a RMA is in your future.


Hello,

Thanks for the reply. I've MSI after burner. The temp for GPU 1 : minimum 42c max 87c. For GPU 2 : Min 45c max 93. I ask at Nvidia about this. But they tell me, the card can handle the temperature without any problem. It's normal for GTX 590 with that temperature. Some more, I use HAF X... I guess already try my best to give fresh air to my GPU.

So maybe I need to send GPU to RMA.... but the bad thing is gigabyte sucks frown.gif they'll take about 4 month to replace or credit note it frown.gif
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