I have 2 gtx 260s and am running them in SLI I got rid of my FPS lag and then later on I tried to overclock it with evga precision so I had some problems booting after that and I deleted evga precision and it fixed the problem I then I had to reset my drivers and after trying many different tweaks I can't get my FPS lag to go away I've finally overclocked it using evga e-leet to about 175 qpi any more and I crash now Im stuck on one more question while I'm playing MW2 I checked the usage, power, and temp and one of my cards is running but the other is not being used for some reason and in the driver software I have it setup to use both of them. Y u no Help
Answer by AlanStryder · Sep 21, 2011 at 12:40 AM
Not sure i can help too much, but i do have one thing to say: Why did you feel the need to overclock 2 gtx 260's in SLI? Those are good cards; i don't see the need to overclock them...
that being said, the problem as I read it above seems to have occurred only after you tried to overclock the first time and you now can only see 1 card. If you boot to your bios settings, does the bios see both of them? (It's possible that your bios won't actually tell you any info about your video cards; if it doesn't there is software that you can load onto a CD or USB stick to boot from that can give you that information..back in the day I used to use Microprobe; i'm not sure if it still exists or is compatible with modern hardware)
I'm thinking that with the overclocking (which really is a use-at-your-own-risk thing to do) that you might have overheated and borked one of them....
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