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Ok, so what sweds said. (Modifying the game settings via the INI) That didnt help, the only thing that did was disabling CFX when I played those games.
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The fix I mentioned works for some but not others. Been reading a little bit more on it and some people have forced the game to DX9. You could try that or maybe update/downgrade the drivers. I've also heard that bloom might reset itself so possibly just double check to make sure (in the .ini file and the game settings) You could try also disabling Aero. Maybe try setting the memory clocks to run constant. I know this is a lot of maybes but it seems there isn't much luck if the fix I mentioned didn't work.

I'm running 10.10 right now and only 1 card for now. The fan on the first card started making kinda like a grinding noise (I figured its the bearings) so I'm only running 1 for now till I fix the fan issue.
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