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#1, SLi is dead. Dx12 runs two non-sli 980 faster in software multi-card than nV's drivers can.

Do you have a link that explains this in more detail?
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Do you have a link that explains this in more detail?

Not likely since it makes no sense. Nvidias drivers are software and it's not like you can just uninstall the drivers and use DX12 instead. I am either missing a train of thought that didn't get conveyed in the post or it wasn't intended to make any sense.
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