Wow. Please don't get me wrong, I am not trying to be negative, I just want to help figure it out. I tried adding that .exe to my CP Profile. It did not work (I only tried AR2 though). You had mentioned updating your SLI profile to version 7. I thought I only had to update my drivers. Is there a seperate section for SLI profiles?
I am glad to here you are getting those results. I am trying to avoid using the EVGA software route (I do like EVGA, I just worry about those types of programs). I was seeing 91% on GPU1 and 2-3% on GPU2. I also noticed some of the effects, like rain in the beginning, were gone if I used SLI (maybe that was on card 2?).
As much as I love tweaking these games, it can be such a pain sometimes.
I'll just play Rift until Nvidia gets it sorted out.
The SLI profile Update Version 7 is only to be used with the latest Beta drivers v267.24 or v267.31
*Download and save to your Desktop the Nvidia Geforce Beta Drive v267.31
*Download and install DriveSweeper v2.9.0 http://phyxion.net/Driver-Sweeper/Driver-Sweeper/
*Uninstall the Display/Graphics Drive (DO NOT Restart when prompt)
*Right click on DriverSweeper and select "Run As Adimistrator" and select Nvidia Display > Analyse > Clean > Reboot (when prompt)
*After reboot (wait a while for the new hardware wizard to stop) right click on the the Nvidia c267.31 install file and select "Run as Adimistrator", then restart
*Download and Install the SLI Profile Update Version 7 http://www.nvidia.com/object/nvidia-mul ... river.html
(You will have to right click on it and Run As Adminstrator)
*Go to NVCP Manage 3D Settings and apply the following as your global settings:
Multi-display/mixed GPU acceleration: "Single Display Performance Mode"
Power Management Mode: 'Prefer Maximum Performance'
SLI performance mode: "Nvidia recommended "
Threaded Optimization: "On"
*Add the Crysis2.exe to the Program Settings.
*Restart (You dont have to but its a good practice)
Your good to go