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Old November 12, 2011, 07:13 PM
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RJ, you will rarely run into micro-stutter if you're running the high end cards, which you seem to always be. Its the lower end cards with the lower amount of vRAM that gets full and you have the two cards communicating to each other.
In all fairness I'm referring to the constant complaints over the past few yrs (Evga Forums) of the "Micro-stutter Bug" associated with all Quad SLi set-ups, beginning back when the GX2's were released and carrying on to the GTX 295's...these cards also have ample VRAM....

I also ran SLi 260's (768 MB), 9800GTX (512 MB) and my wifes Rig has 560 ti's (1GB)...no micro-stutter.....as for lower end nv Cards with less VRAM no idea.
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