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Author:  Warnalia [ Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support

frankof wrote:
Warnalia wrote:
Nice & ati users ?

They are left out in the cold..
Na, not really, but if you have an issue, i suggest you start a thread stating the issue, with enough info so its possible to help you.
That way the AMD guys can bang their heads together and solve some issues.


Latest beta drivers (14.1 Beta) solved my issue
Crossfire works now but not in 144 hz (120hz max)

Good luck!

Author:  Keebler_750 [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

I just got over 160 fps with a GTX780 and a 144hz Asus monitor with the highest video settings in HD because of this thread.

Smooth!!

Author:  =IK=Doba= [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

Keebler_750 wrote:
I just got over 160 fps with a GTX780 and a 144hz Asus monitor with the highest video settings in HD because of this thread.

Smooth!!


you on Intel?

Ive got AMD and the 780sc with the same asus monitor. I capped the FPS at 150 and on the better optimized maps I have it pretty constant, but on some maps I still see the frames fall as low as mid 90's ..

I would love to see all maps get optimized better

Author:  Duwayne [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

=IK=Doba= wrote:
Keebler_750 wrote:
I just got over 160 fps with a GTX780 and a 144hz Asus monitor with the highest video settings in HD because of this thread.

Smooth!!


you on Intel?

Ive got AMD and the 780sc with the same asus monitor. I capped the FPS at 150 and on the better optimized maps I have it pretty constant, but on some maps I still see the frames fall as low as mid 90's ..

I would love to see all maps get optimized better

First problem listed. i have a AMD processor ;P, better OC that thing to 5GHZ.

Author:  chakka_of_zulu [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

I get 170 FPS min with a GTX760 all settings max and 16x Anisotrope and 32x CSAA, normaly constant 200 (capped at 200).

i5 4670k @ 4,5 Ghz 4,2 uncore, 2400er RAM @ 10 11 11 21

noticed also after tuning all subtimings of the RAM my FPS in Fog didnt drop like before.

Author:  Duwayne [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:46 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

chakka_of_zulu wrote:
I get 170 FPS min with a GTX760 all settings max and 16x Anisotrope and 32x CSAA, normaly constant 200 (capped at 200).

i5 4670k @ 4,5 Ghz 4,2 uncore, 2400er RAM @ 10 11 11 21

noticed also after tuning all subtimings of the RAM my FPS in Fog didnt drop like before.


you are not using csaa for one. and you are not using msaa with that fps. even without the AA i doubt with a 760 you can get 200 fps constant.

nvidia inspector + antiailasing compatibility bits 0x00000041 (Warmonger, Civilization V, QQ Xi You)
is required for AA to work. and 4X MSAA comes with a 40% FPS drop.

Author:  =IK=Doba= [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:49 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

Duwayne wrote:
=IK=Doba= wrote:
Keebler_750 wrote:
I just got over 160 fps with a GTX780 and a 144hz Asus monitor with the highest video settings in HD because of this thread.

Smooth!!


you on Intel?

Ive got AMD and the 780sc with the same asus monitor. I capped the FPS at 150 and on the better optimized maps I have it pretty constant, but on some maps I still see the frames fall as low as mid 90's ..

I would love to see all maps get optimized better

First problem listed. i have a AMD processor ;P, better OC that thing to 5GHZ.


ya Ive got the FX8530 @3.4 .. I can go higher.. but I really shouldnt have to, especially when the gtx780sc is a beast.. something wong with the game !!

Author:  Duwayne [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

=IK=Doba= wrote:
ya Ive got the FX8530 @3.4 .. I can go higher.. but I really shouldnt have to, especially when the gtx780sc is a beast.. something wong with the game !!

the FX8350 can overclock to 4.6 on air without modifying your voltage... that should be your min OC, and sorry but YES you bought a sick Porsche car and put cobalt engine in it.

for the FX8350 to even compete with a mid level i5 you need atleast a 4.4-4.6 OC. hit me up on steam.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/6985/choo ... haswell-/4

Author:  chakka_of_zulu [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 2:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

I did it like described in this threat viewtopic.php?f=46&t=9098
all settings are set as override, noticed only lite better graphics and put it to game/driver optimization but will try the inspector thing.

Had an ATI card the last years and there you needed the radeonpro only in AA3, in AA:PG i had compared both (with / without radeopro and got the same results) so thought this would be the same with Nvidia cards.

Author:  =IK=Doba= [ Wed Feb 19, 2014 2:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Multi GPU Support - Nvidia Cards

I used to OC quite a bit back when i had the 965be .. however I had a nice stable clock and just left it.. and forgot pretty much everything needed to OC.. so having problems remembering how to get a stable clock..

Ill hit you up for OC help :P .. I have the Thermalright Ultra-120 cooler so I should be ok to OC safely

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