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Yes No OK OK Cancel X Jump to content Forums Members Sign In Create Account Search Search section: This topic ForumsMembersHelp Files Affinity | Forum → Affinity Support → Questions Then there's the issue with size. One is the loneliest number Does VR work with more than one graphics card? Like all effective performance tuning, it requires a good amount of effort on the developer's part to use it fully, and it becomes a separate code path from a regular non-SLI Source

Questions about SLI and Crossfire Started by RB_Kandy , Jun 26 2012 09:18 PM Please log in to reply 3 replies to this topic #1 RB_Kandy RB_Kandy Members 140 posts OFFLINE Set the date and time, maybe disable any devices you don't need (onboard audio if you have a sound card, intelligent fan settings if you want to run your fan at You've got high-end visuals, might as well have high-quality sound as well. It is like the sky is a strobe light and its horrible.

You can get aftermarket ones if you're looking for quieter and/or faster units, but I'd see how the stock fans do before buying new ones. Back to top #3 RB_Kandy RB_Kandy Topic Starter Members 140 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:58 PM Posted 27 June 2012 - 10:55 PM Thank you very much the_patriot11 for this reply, Or can I get the same model ( x1900gt ) with a different brand name ie sapphire - connect3d, etc. Log In Return to Forum quote blizzardlogo netEaselogo Thanks for visiting the Blizzard Forums (2.15.0) · Patch Notes Support Feedback Americas - English (US) Region Americas Europe Asia China Language English

Second, while using a capture card can work, you'd be better off using a second PC to put the capture card into, not putting the video signal into the same PC. There's honestly no way to future-proof too much, since LGA775 will be dead by the end of the year. Join the Conversation Ignored Have something to say? As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged

there is no technology allowing for 2 or more dedicated graphics cards to run in sync with the onboard/integrated graphics chip (a total of 3 GPU's with one of them being or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. It's feature-rich, has plenty of slots, and is just an all-around great board.For the power supply, that's a good choice, stick with it. I also am not sure if I should go with 800/1066 ram.

Dual card solutions are expensive, require developer support to get gains from, are poor in terms of efficiency (200% the gpu power for 50-80% increase in performance), generate excessive heat, and Preferably able to run in x16/x16 mode, some lower-end boards only support x8/x8 when dual cards are installed.Crossfire is a bit more free. Currently using an x1900gt and I'm thinking of crossfiring it since I don't have the money to get a 2900xt/pro or 8800gts/gtx. and if the engine even matters, Unreal Engine 4 will bring improvements from this point of view?

Shop: Surface Studio | New Surface Book | Xbox One S Bundles | NEW Dell XPS 13" Crossing flames To SLI or not SLI, that is the real GPU question By I'd like something quiet but I don't want to spend a truckload on it. I run crossfire, in in CODmw3, I notice little to no difference in graphics or framerate between a single or a crossfired card, however in battlefield bad company 2 or BF3 Most AMD chipsets support either x8/x8, or x16/x16.

ctrlshiftmTakes you to your Message Center. this contact form Oh, and a flashlight. Using the site is easy and fun. The single card solution would be great if the cards were more capable.

Then again, at 1080p, you probably don't need Crossfire or SLI.Click to expand... My question is if I want to crossfire, do the two cards have to be the EXACT same one? MrMcPeachMember Since: February 18, 2004Posts: 365MrMcPeachFollowForum Posts: 365Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#15 Posted by MrMcPeach (365 posts) - 8 years, 8 months ago Really appreciate the advice. have a peek here I don't really recommend an Elgato, though.

I've been teaching myself and am learning a lot. With that in mind, if you live in the US or Canada I highly recommend AVA Direct as a builder. Sure, you lose a bit of processing speed, but you get two extra cores to make up for it, and they'll almost certainly prove themselves in two years or so.

So if you have an integrated 5670, the dedicated card must be a 4000 series card.

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. I don't think it supports crossfire, I had to turn off my crossfire settings to make the game run smooth. Crossfire allows a maximum of two identical graphics cards to run in sync. 5. The other factor is multi monitor or surround gaming.

What are some things that might commonly go wrong with cyberpower? Overall, I know Wow favors Nvidia GPUs but I don't want lag spikes in arenas or BGs when SLI is enabled for whatever random reason. correct, the onboard chipset does not matter unless your planning on running multi-GPUs, then you need to make sure the motherboard supports it. 10. http://puchinet.com/question-about/question-about-irq-s.php Should I upgrade from what comes in the case already?I don't need keyboard, mouse, monitor etc.

Oddba11 replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:45 PM Replacing Hard Drive XPS8500 storage_man replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:45 PM Loading... Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Forums Log In Shop Support Account Settings Games World of Warcraft® Diablo® III StarCraft® II Hearthstone® Heroes of the Storm™ Overwatch™ Forums IN DEVELOPMENT 7.2 PTR Bug Report 7.2 PTR General Should you have a lack of cooling with a single card installed, you may need to look at improving flow with more fans or possibly invest in a water cooling solution.

SLI is an enthusiast endeavor. 0 2 months ago Reply Buelligan Can a single 1080 run 3 monitors? Is that an AMD thing? Several functions may not work. I wouldn't recommend you waste your money on one of their boxes of parts.

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GameSpot I would recomend saving up for a DX10 card be it ATI or Nvidia (I would pick Nvidia though, they are better of the two at the moment) Goldfish92, Oct

The reason why I say dual GPU only is because not only will that be my set up, but I know that stutter issues don't seem to affect triple card set AMD MoBo chipset, running Nvidia dedicated graphics cards. When I would play Borderlands 2, if my sli was enabled, I would get a very noticeable lag spike at each save point. Sound off in the comments if you're rocking two cards!

Maybe it would be simpler to use that device but just bring the feed from it back into my main PC and stream it that way? Ever since I added a second R9 390X into my system, things have gone all wonky. My surface pro 3 powers it's own 2K (qHD), a 24" 1080p monitor and a 28" 4k all at once for total resolution of like 10k x 7k and that's on Or just a small adjustable wrench really (or an actual 5mm wrench if you have one).

I guess having amputees assembling computers that are QA'd by blind people is one way to cut costs, but it's not a practice I condone.And the P5E only supports Crossfire, not Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 the_patriot11 the_patriot11 High Tech Redneck BC Advisor 6,753 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Wyoming USA Local time:10:58