So basically I've recently bought a pair of 2080ti's. I do a lot of GPU rendering however I do play the occasional game.
I've noticed however after keeping one my old 980s in as monitor display for when I render as I am working; when playing games (obviously switching cables over etc) my 2080tis seem to run kinda crappy.
The only time I've got them to run well was when I uninstalled the 980 (drivers only, the card remained in the system) reinstalled the drivers and the cards seem to run really well.
However I've run into the same exact problem again which I can only describe as the cards are throttling under something. Temps are low and so is the "power" usage.
I'm sure I should be able to run games through my 2080ti and it totally ignore the fact I've got a 980 still kicking around in there, but that just doesn't seem the case.
I can't really keep pulling the 980 out and reinstalling the drivers everytime I want to play a game. So I was wondering if there is anything I should be doing?
I've tried disabling the card, I've reinstalled the latest drivers. I've tried telling the awful nvidia experience thing not to use the 980 for things like CUDA usage etc on the app/games in question.
tldr; my old 980 seems to be causing my 2080ti to be awful at running games. Card looks to be not performing at 100% and bounces around 50/80%. Even lower if I put it at 1080p.
Any suggestions etc would be awesome! cheers :)