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Just installed my Titan X last night, my previous video card was a GTX570 so it was a HUGE upgrade. As someone who mostly plays MMORPGs (think WoW, FFXIV, etc) would I benefit much going to SLI with these? Thinking as this new gen of cards come out people will be looking to upgrade and it would be a good chance to pickup a 2nd card for a good price.

My thinking behind it (correct me if I'm wrong here) is that with the type of games I play, SLI'd Titan X's will do well for me for the next few years.
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Just installed my Titan X last night, my previous video card was a GTX570 so it was a HUGE upgrade. As someone who mostly plays MMORPGs (think WoW, FFXIV, etc) would I benefit much going to SLI with these? Thinking as this new gen of cards come out people will be looking to upgrade and it would be a good chance to pickup a 2nd card for a good price.

My thinking behind it (correct me if I'm wrong here) is that with the type of games I play, SLI'd Titan X's will do well for me for the next few years.
most MMORPG games are not very graphics intensive. SLI would be of little use. But, this is partially dependent on resolution you game at. If at 1080p, one titan X will be overkill. But, even at 4K most MMORPG games wont kit the GPU too bad.
 
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most MMORPG games are not very graphics intensive. SLI would be of little use. But, this is partially dependent on resolution you game at. If at 1080p, one titan X will be overkill. But, even at 4K most MMORPG games wont kit the GPU too bad.

Modern MMOs can be quite taxing at 4k, particularly during raids that showcase higher level of effects. Even with my setup running FF14 could be stressful on the gpus at times.
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Ran a raid last night in FF14 and it was very smooth. I wasn't checking my FPS at the time because it was very unplanned. Was running at 3840 x 2160 too.

I know the term "future proofing" is difficult when it comes to hardware as new gens are released so often, but if SLI won't see a decent improvement in the types of games I play then I'll just pass on it. However if it will help make my sig rig last a bit longer in the MMORPGs then I won't mind dropping a few hundred dollars more to get that. I should have mentioned (although maybe it was clear when I mentioned that I was using a GTX570 previously biggrin.gif) but I just do some upgrading every 3-5 years.
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Just installed my Titan X last night, my previous video card was a GTX570 so it was a HUGE upgrade. As someone who mostly plays MMORPGs (think WoW, FFXIV, etc) would I benefit much going to SLI with these? Thinking as this new gen of cards come out people will be looking to upgrade and it would be a good chance to pickup a 2nd card for a good price.

My thinking behind it (correct me if I'm wrong here) is that with the type of games I play, SLI'd Titan X's will do well for me for the next few years.

I have dual SLI Titan X oc'd on water and getting 100fps maxed out on Elder Scrolls Online on my Acer Predator X34.
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Hi

It's me again. Card is still not working. But now after clean install, clean off with ddu now my gpuz nearly can't recognize anything of that card.
Meanwhile i tried all titan x bioses from techpowerup. nothing new. card is just known but won't work.

Are there any more ideas what i can try.

Thanks guys
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Hi

It's me again. Card is still not working. But now after clean install, clean off with ddu now my gpuz nearly can't recognize anything of that card.
Meanwhile i tried all titan x bioses from techpowerup. nothing new. card is just known but won't work.

Are there any more ideas what i can try.

Thanks guys

some cards use a different version of the BIOS, original doesn't work. It's a different size and a newer BIOS for newer Titan X's.

There is posts here about it.
    
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Lol. Keep me in mind. Depending on the price on the Titan P I may or may not make that upgrade.

Skip Titan P and wait for Volta, that will be the gamer chip like maxwell is compared to kepler.
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No way, wait some more after that too. Let's all wait it out!biggrin.gif
    
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