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MR0624

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I just got a new computer with dual EVGA Dualforce 7950's in it and when i open up counter strike source i see at the upper left hand corner "Quad SLI". Is there a possible reason for this showing up. Also, i took a screenshot of it so you guys could see what it looks like..check it out because i think i'm sorta explaining it wrong..


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It could have something to do with the fact you are using quadSLI.
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indeed but how do i remove this..i don't want it there all the time, it's extremely annoying.
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Does it stay there when you play?
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heh i just fixed the problem..i mean it comes back every time i play css but once i change a video setting (can't remember which one) to enabled it goes away.
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and yes it DId stay there when i played
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