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Matcha Soda
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There are 3 titles, let me put em in order

Final Fantasy XIV (For ffxivgame.exe)
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Final Fantasy XIV Benchmark (For ffxivwinbenchmark.exe)
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Final Fantasy XIV Realm Reborn (For ffxiv.exe)
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Usually only the SLI bits and the driver itself make the difference, AFAIK. You may need to actually update.
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There are 3 titles, let me put em in order

Final Fantasy XIV (For ffxivgame.exe)
0x02C00005

Final Fantasy XIV Benchmark (For ffxivwinbenchmark.exe)
0x02C08005

Final Fantasy XIV Realm Reborn (For ffxiv.exe)
0x02402005

Usually only the SLI bits and the driver itself make the difference, AFAIK. You may need to actually update.
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Hmm may I know what do I do with these codes? Do I add them in Nvidia Control Panel?
Because I thought normally SLI profiles would come in a file that I would have to import via Nvidia Inspector

Regarding the updating of drivers, well I would like to try importing SLI profiles via Nvidia Inspector without updating the drivers before anything else.
Any drivers 320.xx and above downclocks my GPUs from 1228 to 1006 after 70C. Thats a 200MHz downclock and it heavily impacted my performance.
 

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Matcha Soda
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Those are supposed to be the Dx9 SLI bits you can add to the Inspector. Incase you have the same bits, then getting a new sli profile will not have much benefit.

For example, 314.22 has some performance issues in Metro Last Light. 326.xx and 320.xx don't have that issue, but I believe they use the same SLI bits.
Another example is probably Far Cry 3 where the SLI bits were changed in an update which actually has performance gains on even earlier drivers.
 
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