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    Rog strix rtx 2080ti oc sli fps drops

    Hello. I'm solving a problem with FPS drops. For example, it drops from 144fps to 85 fps. I have the latest nvidia drivers. Tips, advice? Edit anything in the nvidia control panel? Thanks for help.
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    Hello,

    This is unfortunately what is refered to as a how long is a piece of string question. It really depends on the title in question as SLI is currently being phased out by NVIDIA, and support is limited depending on what you are playing.

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    FPS drops can be caused by bugs or inefficient coding in games, or by hardware problems. It is worth doing some testing to see if your computer/hardware is the source of the issue, hardware problems don't evenly effect all games.

    Common hardware issues are CPU, GPU Overheating and being thermally throttled and or Insufficient memory.

    Please show your current system performance by running a quick 3DMARK Time Spy benchmark using Default settings, and post results link. Example : https://www.3dmark.com/spy/11775405

    Your first run details, system hardware, clock frequency's and average temperature will provide an accurate baseline,.. thus any advice, adjustments made can be quickly tested with another Time Spy run to compare your results.
    Last edited by Braegnok; 10-28-2020 at 08:20 PM.

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