E-mail has just been sent.
I’ll send a picture of the backside of my cards in a few days. Thanks for your reply!
Not yet. I need to download a program to keep track on the GPU temperatures while I am gaming.
Is there a bios update available for my graphics cards? I can’t find a section on the Club-3D site where I can see which bios updates were made available. On https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/index.php?manufacturer=Club3D&model=R9+290X I see that there might be an update for the bios. But I want to verify that with you guys at Club-3D. 🙂
The problem is still gone. So thanks for your help again!
Great. 🙂 Thanks for your help Paul!
It seems to have fixed the problem, thanks! I am using the latest official BETA driver by the way, 15.5. Does it decrease the performance when I force it through the CCC?
Yes I have V-Sync activated in all my games. So I have to disable V-Sync in my games, and enable it in the CCC?
I installed the chipset driver, but I still got the flickering.
Yes I am. 🙂 Can’t wait to try DX12. I was in doubt if I should install the preview build already but I’ll wait for the stable release version.
I can find two chipset drivers on the Gigabyte site:
– Intel INF installation
– Intel Management Engine Interface
Should I install both?
Thank you for your reply. I do not overclock my system. I don’t want to damage my system or reduce its lifespan.
My system is the following:
Intel i7 2600K
8GB Corsair DDR3-1600 RAM
Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 motherboard (with the latest BIOS installed)
Creative X-fi Titanium Fatal1ty soundcard
Antec 1200 v2 case
Enermax Revolution 1020W
2x Club3D 290X BF4 edition in CrossfireX
Windows 8.1 Professional x64 legal (with all the latest updates installed)
I totally formatted and reinstalled my system two weeks ago.
I don’t have a chipset driver installed. I can try that.
My sound driver is up to date.