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Furmark and crossfire?

Discussion in 'Software' started by yanglu, 25 Sep 2008.

  1. yanglu

    yanglu Hmm...

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    Does anyone know if its possible to make Furmark stress a crossfire setup. At the moment with my two 3850's, running the benchmark puts the first card on full load and seems to ignore the second card, leaving it at 0% load. Does Furmark not have Crossfire support?
     
  2. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    Obvious questions: but is CrossFire enabled in the driver? Does it have the CrossFire connector between the cards and what drivers are you using?
     
  3. yanglu

    yanglu Hmm...

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    Yes crossfire is enabled. I can see it through GPUZ. I've got both connectors connected and I'm using Catalyst 8.9
     
  4. mm vr

    mm vr The cheesecake is a lie

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    Do they both stress during 3DMark or a game?
     
  5. yanglu

    yanglu Hmm...

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    Yep I think so. They both stress under 3DMark Vantage so crossfire is working.
     
  6. cynan

    cynan New Member

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    If you want crossfire to work in Furmark, you need to rename the FurMark.exe to something with a crossfire profile in the drivers. Try renaming FurMark.exe to ETQW.exe

    Before doing this I was getting a score of 4400. After the rename I got around 8500. (this was with 2 HD4850s at stock)
     

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