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GTX1080 Ti SLI Low Fps

BananaLord
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All of the games give me lower fps that I expected. I ran Gta 5 online on all low settings and i got around 60-80fps only. I've tried reinstalling my drivers and also used Nvidia Inspector for Gta, but nothing happened. Please Help

 

Specs: 

AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core Processor

X37- GAMING PRO CARBON (MS - 7A32)

2x GTX 1080TI Founders (stock speed) w/ Nvidia SLI bridge

1x 16Gb Ram

 

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did u try with only 1 graphic card? and does it give low gpu usage?

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3 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

For starters, SLI isn't well optimised in most modern titles now and it can actually make your FPS worse and second of all, you only have single channel memory which tanks performance. I've gotta say, your rig is quite unbalanced

single channel memory? Meaning I only have 1 ram chip? Do you have any suggestions to balance out my rig?

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2 minutes ago, BananaLord said:

single channel memory? Meaning I only have 1 ram chip? Do you have any suggestions to balance out my rig?

Get another ram stick and dont try to run newer titles on sli

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times." - Bruce Lee

 

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Thanks for the help. And also wasnt Gta5 pc released like in 2015? 

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43 minutes ago, Chabax said:

did u try with only 1 graphic card? and does it give low gpu usage?

I get around 40-50 fps only :((

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