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Elajitz
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Videocard: GTX 1080 TI 11GB
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Default 04-28-2016, 22:37 | posts: 584 | Location: Sweden

Hello Folks =)

It's one of my cards Dying?.. i don't know if it's just me whit this kinda problem..
when using Nvidia DSR at 4K and 0% Smoothness,And playing GTA V whit reshade / ENB and Riva turner Monitoring overlay!.. after the game start and i have play for a bit the GPU usage at my top card falls down to 50% and my 2th card stay at 80/99% and the lag and stutters are there until i alt tab in and out of the game then the cards jumps up to 99% again and later on the thing happens again and again..and it's just in GTA V i face this issues. And my temps are okay top card never reach 80c and the bottom stays around 60c.
Have tested everything! i keep a fps between 60 80 in the city area and out side it can go down to 40 / 29 and that's when i play without Reshade / ENB..When i was on a single 980 card i had no problems things seems smoother..i have to mention that i use all settings all ultra and No AA just FXAA! Windows 10

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Geryboy
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Videocard: 1080 GameRock 2088/11000
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Default 04-28-2016, 23:47 | posts: 2,433 | Location: Munich

well obviously your card isn't dying when it is only one game that shows these effects.

Have you tried to turn off every gimmick like enb and reshade?

Maybe you're running out of VRAM with 4k and all that.

Just play without DSR, just the vanilla game and see if the problems stay...

pretty sure you have this software combo that screws up something.
   
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WinterMagican
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Videocard: Pascal TITAN X 4Way-SLI
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Default 11-21-2016, 04:00 | posts: 15 | Location: Japan

Sli!***12288;iyh!!!
   
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psychok9
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Default 01-07-2017, 13:13 | posts: 319 | Location: Moon

Hello guys,
I was thinking, playing with DSR very high (5120x2880), if buy another card for SLI 2x980TI 6GB is worth today. I've a single 980TI 6GB MSI Gaming with a Ivy Bridge 4.5GHz cpu and 2560x1440p monitor
   
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Default 02-18-2017, 22:35 | posts: 1

How do you Enable 3-Way SLI on pascal series graphics cards
   
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Default 03-22-2017, 23:31 | posts: 101

New to this forum, but curious what the current state of SLI with G-sync is? Are there known issues or do they work well together? Microstuttering?

Currently I have an ASUS-STRIX-GTX1080-8G-GAMING card with an Acer Predator X34 and was thinking about picking up a second card to give me better performance at 3440x1440 with Ultra settings. Most games will run in the 60-70 range now but I have to turn some things down. G-sync helps but it's no magic bullet.

I used to run dual 670s in SLI and enjoyed the performance benefit (in the few games that supported it). So in summary, wondering if the tech has matured and whether or not SLI plays nice with G-sync. Thanks.

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Default 03-22-2017, 23:41 | posts: 9,398 | Location: USA

G-sync works nice with SLI.
People who notice microstuttering will see that G-sync eliminates that issue altogether.
   
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Odellot
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Videocard: MSI 1080TI SLI PG348Q
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Default 03-23-2017, 00:00 | posts: 655 | Location: Philippines

1080 SLI user here with ROG PG348Q, SLI works fine..Smooth in my experience..Will upgrade to 1080Ti SLI when nonFE cards became available in our Country..
   
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Default 03-23-2017, 15:33 | posts: 101

Thanks for the input! I just ordered a used STRIX 1080 on Amazon for $500. Hopefully that should hold me over until the next architecture (Volta?).
   
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Default 03-31-2017, 17:33 | posts: 101

I received my second 1080 last night and it makes a huge difference but I do detect a slight microstuttering every now and again. It's not bad but definitely perceptible.

Another oddity about adding that second 1080 is I can't overclock my CPU as high. I have a ASUS Z170-A motherboard that automatically overclocks. I'd been running very stable at 4.6GHz with the single 1080 but adding that second one dropped it down to 4.3GHz. I went in to the BIOS to get it back to 4.6GHz but all my games crashed immediately. Even with the lower clock speed on the CPU the second GPU more than makes up for it.
   
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Default 06-05-2017, 12:31 | posts: 9

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I received my second 1080 last night and it makes a huge difference but I do detect a slight microstuttering every now and again. It's not bad but definitely perceptible.

Another oddity about adding that second 1080 is I can't overclock my CPU as high. I have a ASUS Z170-A motherboard that automatically overclocks. I'd been running very stable at 4.6GHz with the single 1080 but adding that second one dropped it down to 4.3GHz. I went in to the BIOS to get it back to 4.6GHz but all my games crashed immediately. Even with the lower clock speed on the CPU the second GPU more than makes up for it.
check your power supply
   
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