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Old 08-26-2007, 01:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Trouble with Vista/ Sli?

Hi, I just got a new computer with 2 Geforce 8600 Sli and a Quad Core Intel processor, with an Asus sli motherboard on Vista 64-bit. I couldn't help but notice that fps on games like Oblivion and Bioshock are less than I expected (still decent, but I expected seamless). I have a feeling that these games either do not support my configuration or I haven't properly installed drivers, tweaking, etc, even though I have made sure to download all the Vista 64-bit drivers.

(One more thing I noticed, after making sure Sli was enabled, there were the options for Sli performance mode: force split-frame rendering, force alternate frame rendering 1 and 2, and -- the default was "Single-GPU" wouldn't that imply that only one card is being used? This is why I think maybe I'm not doing something right.)

If anyone had some ideas or could shed some light for me I would greatly appreciate it.

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