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Old 11-09-2010, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can't get Furmark to work in Crossfire mode...

I'm running the multi-core Furmark, and it is only stressing GPU3 and GPU4, so GPU1 and GPU2 aren't being stressed. Every other stress test works with all four processors, so I can't figure out what is going on. I don't have Catalyst Control Center enabled, as I'm just using MSI Afterburner to handle fan speeds and such... so I have Catalyst drivers, just no utilities.

I really want to use Furmark as the "base" stability test, i.e., the one that I initially run for really short time frames (maybe two minutes) just to see if there is no way the overclock will work. Furmark sends my GPUs straight to 99% capacity; the best I can get on others is 92% (of course, maybe that will drop if all GPUs are involved).
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Anyone?
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Anyone? Bueller, Bueller?
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Default Re: Can't get Furmark to work in Crossfire mode...

^ i loled...

sorry im not help, ive never had more than one GPU :/
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