Like many others, I had a problem with my fps in big fights...I own a MSI R9 380, which runs normally at 980/1375 MHz. Yesterday I installed MSI Afterburner OSD to watch which component is making trouble, and I realised that the GPU clock was running at 400-500 MHz, not increasing even in big fights, which results in a big fps loss in this kind of situations.
This is also not an OSD problem, in benchmarks the card runs at full speed. Can anyone tell me what program or driver is lowering my GPU's clock?
d3 don't work for SLI it only supports 1 card so if you have 2 or 3 or even 4 cards d3 will only use the 1 its an old game thats being out dated by everything that comes out brand new they wont update it to support SLI so we have to suffer and deal with it they also need to sort there servers out to handle stress aswell if you pull 3 or 4 mobs its fine but if you pull more than say 7 mobs your fps drops way down and then you begin to start going yellow in the ping and the more you pull the more worse it gets but your cpu and pc is not even lagging its the game servers trying to keep up with you also if you just pull 7 mobs and say 2 people have area damage on the game starts to glitch out has issues with real bad lag its just poorly coded or there on very low end servers or something