Sure, if I was super rich, I might consider it just for the kicks And I agree, when it does work, it sure is sweet! Digital Foundry even seems to think that the showcased demo wasn't running with the full effects galore they observed on their playthroug at E3 - screen-space reflections were absent, for one. I know a 1070 would put me at 120+ but not everyone can afford that. You cannot run any of these titles with only one 980. It never worked with every title, but just going back to 2015, sli support was indeed alot better. It seems like the number of new games supporting the technology and supporting it properly delivering a 80%+ framerate boost are extremely rare now. Do you mind spending 100% the price for less then 100% improemt? What other games are you trying to run with multi-gpu? And I am planning on upgrading my monitor to 144hz in which case I do need the extra horsepower.
To fix this, you need to go in the config file GameUserSettings. I have one plain gaming 1080 and one gamingX 1080, and one card runs 1836, the other 1949. The driver ends up being just a glorified conversion layer which you can ignore because it's not doing anything special, removing it's blackbox nature. Devs are abandoning this tech in droves. Generally you want to utilize two identical cards for the best performance. It boasts a rich storyline, excellent gameplay, and incredible graphics.
Nvidia probably won't even support it at all 3 years from now. Not sure why Crossfire is relevant. The game can be run on a 1080P monitor with a on lower-to-medium settings with no problems. Not every game supports it but alot do. Had to do this method on there.
If so it's for you. Gotta vote with your wallet. Cause there's some people here saying its fine, over multiple generations. But It didnt work after 1. Don't bother with it honeslty.
Not near 60fps vs over 60fps apples to apples. It turns out, timing of my stuttering was merely coincidence, and not related to the driver update. . My point is to focus on building a balanced system matching your video card to the monitor setup for the best results. Are you trying to play at 90fps 4k ultra? Is anyone else out there experiencing this? If they are fine with paying 200% price and never achieving 200% performance then so be it. Issue is that no single gpu can max out settings at 4k in a lot of games.
Would someone at Geeks3d mind correcting this problem? So I wouldn't say devs are abandoning this tech in droves. Rather then go on and on about everything but answering his question. My performance goes up, not parallel, or down. What planet did you come from?? There is a new in-game option called Inventory screen character render that allows you to turn off rendering your character in the inventory menu to improve performance. Still better than a single card though. Nvidia themselves are thinking about fully dropping sli support for the gtx series. Thanks for your help, this is a great thread! That's a long wait Really curious what monitor, resolution, refresh rate, and game selection you're playing at to say it's awful.
Not every game supports it but alot do. What issues are you experiencing with Destiny 2? For people who know what they want and why they want it's something good and beneficial. Six cores being the ls in that scenario. I re-install it every once in a while to see if it works with the games I play, and it does with a couple, but not the ones where I really want it to. Are you trying to play at 90fps 4k ultra? Edit: Sorry, actually since version 1. So I'm left with a question, maybe my bridge is bad? Noticable difference when going from 1 to 2 cards. Anyway, hope this helps somewhat! All of which support sli, though pubg is still crap but only uses 25% of my second card.
In this game, you have to fight against different countries army and groups to save your people and nation. Curious what resolution and monitors you're using at 120hz. I've messed around with Vulkan and I'd compare it to C. Right now I'm wondering if it's worth it for me to upgrade my mobo to an X370 one running R5 1600 and try to get another 970 for around the same price as the first, just wait till these insane prices drop or wait till nvidia's next gen. It likely won't be anywhere near that fast though, just as the 1080 wasn't that much faster than the 980 ti, and the 980 wasn't that much faster than the 780 ti. I never experienced the slow down not saying it didn't exist and you know what else? I'd like support in Destiny 2 as well. This logic doesn't follow what so ever.