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    just a quick benchmark with a small overclock for the cpu, at 4.5ghz and the cards at stock settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Lolz, In other words, just don't use BETA drivers if you want your system to be stable. Esp. since it had known issues for eyefinity. But for those who are running 1080p may not run into this issue.
    But just keep in mind that those are the only reported problems they know of, I am sure there is going to be other problems.

    The thing that sucks is that the 14.4 Drivers have horrible scaling with BF4, its like playing on 1 card and the 2nd card is useless. The reason I say this is because my GTX780 runs better with the same monitor set up then both the 290s combined. The micro stutter is so bad that I can't even play correctly when in crossfire.
    No crashes on 14.7 with mine at all. (ever) Two R9-280X OC 3GB cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    No crashes on 14.7 with mine at all. (ever) Two R9-280X OC 3GB cards.
    Think it is because Kenny and I are using water blocks. Before I installed blocks I had no problems in Crossfire. After I installed blocks immediately got black screen after Windows logo. Got that figured out. Bsod randomly. Driver hard crashes every 2 weeks. Just did it again this morning. Even had xfire disabled. Pretty frustrated. Only time I have every reported driver issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Think it is because Kenny and I are using water blocks. Before I installed blocks I had no problems in Crossfire. After I installed blocks immediately got black screen after Windows logo. Got that figured out. Bsod randomly. Driver hard crashes every 2 weeks. Just did it again this morning. Even had xfire disabled. Pretty frustrated. Only time I have every reported driver issues.
    Aren't blocks meant to cool the GPU better and provide a measure of stability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Aren't blocks meant to cool the GPU better and provide a measure of stability?
    I woukd think as much as they cost. Lol seriously they cool great. Temp never gets higher then 52c x11 mining test. Gaming is 48c. Vrm are solid too. It's not a temp issue.

    Kenny and I both think it is related to fans not being connected to the board. Like it is trying to make adjustments it can't do. Single gpu setup wasn't like this. Something about 2 of the 290s under blocks is causing stuff to freak the hell out. 14.4 wasn't that great. 14.7 performance is great just crashes like I explained. Will have to go backwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Kenny and I both think it is related to fans not being connected to the board. Like it is trying to make adjustments it can't do.
    Just read the specs on the old fans and make a resistor to plug into the PCB that will make it ~think~ that a fan is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Just read the specs on the old fans and make a resistor to plug into the PCB that will make it ~think~ that a fan is there.
    It may have to resort to that. Would be easy to do as well.
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    Yea, I am having the same problems with drivers in Crossfire right now, but in single card, the cards seem to be working fine. Not sure exactly what's going on, but even then with 14.4 and 14.7, I was getting random drivers dropping out.

    I am using 13.12 right now and seems to be stable, however, no Mantle support with these drives. So for BF4, I am using DX11 for the game instead of Mantle, and honestly, with the FPS I am getting, I can't even tell the different.

    But I do hope that AMD gets on the ball to help those who are having driver issues.
    But my problem seems to come up once the cards are crossfired under water, but I had them on air with Crossfire, it wasn't a issue with 14.4, under water, it was hit or miss, sometimes I can go a whole day without problems, but then it will start to act up.

    With 14.7, I have had issues from the gecko.

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    My score with two GIGABYTE 670. Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores-benchmark.png

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    Default Re: Post Your 3DMark (2013) Scores

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    My score with two GIGABYTE 670. Click image for larger version. 

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    that's very strange, I have a 4670k also, and 2 x gtx 670 and I score double points more in firestrike as you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbobooster View Post
    that's very strange, I have a 4670k also, and 2 x gtx 670 and I score double points more in firestrike as you.
    I see that. I don't understand why.

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    I see that. I don't understand why.
    I say look if the are in sli, and working both, because the score that you have is about the same that 1 card will do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbobooster View Post
    I say look if the are in sli, and working both, because the score that you have is about the same that 1 card will do.
    I checked to make sure they were in SLI .And they are.

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    Background processes robbing performance?

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    Jim, Make sure you update the 3Dmark App. the version you are using is way to old.. The new version works with the newer drivers better and fixed some bug the program had.

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    You should be doing better than that.
    Here's mine with an i7-2600K

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