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Well I don't care what any of you guys say I will never go back to single card set up again. I know what my eyes can see better than any of you and I have absolutely no issues with SLI at all, just more performance all the time than even a 1080 with 3.5 year old cards. Good enough for me...
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Have you played GTAV maxed out with Msaa 8x. I bet not. Comparing "motion blur" to AA is ignorant at best. The game goes from looking like a PS4 game to having that "wow" factor when Msaa is added. Keep telling yourself that your mediocre system is "good enough." I'm done arguing with you kids. Haters gonna hate.

Says the guy with a 3930K, 1866 ram, and only two 980 Ti's. lachen.gif
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Well I don't care what any of you guys say I will never go back to single card set up again. I know what my eyes can see better than any of you and I have absolutely no issues with SLI at all, just more performance all the time than even a 1080 with 3.5 year old cards. Good enough for me...

I never had issues with CF either. Might get a bit hot at times. But that's about it. Plus it didn't help that one of the cards (280x) died. Ah well.

Hell I still have my 6950 CF cards in the old rig - still kicking along fine.

I was tossing up between a 390x and 480 but now I'm thinking a 1060 (can get brand new 1060 for 400 vs 380 for reference 480 8GB new - [300 for used 390x]) isn't a bad idea. Just wish they let it have SLI support.

The one thing that does worry me though. Is how quick 1060 will be - not obsolete - but gimped.
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So you're saying SLI have such poor scaling that a single GTX 1080 works better on GTA V? Because anyone will get 85 FPS with MSAA maxed out on GTA V with a GTX 1080, anyone without common sense at least.

See, MSAA was created to deal with Aliasing/Jaggies, there are tools out there like SMAA that deals with Jaggies just the same but with nowhere near the performance impact and no side effects like FXAA (Blurryness), so why would I use MSAA instead of SMAA? Because you DESPERATELY need a justification for your SLI setup?

Thank god life is simpler with powerful single GPUs solutions and I don't have to worry finding justifications for my inefficient, over expensive and worthless system in 70% of all games out there.

SMAA is the best PP AA tool, however it is not equal to real MSAA. Point in case what I usually do is enabled 4xMSAA +SMAA instead of running 8xMSAA to achieve better frames.
Post processing like FXAA for example smears the image quality making everthing look dull. SMAA while good still causes aliasing that only MSAA, SSAA or TXAA(this form does have issues) can remove without without compromising the sharpness and maintaining the best image quality.
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I never had issues with CF either. Might get a bit hot at times. But that's about it. Plus it didn't help that one of the cards (280x) died. Ah well.

Hell I still have my 6950 CF cards in the old rig - still kicking along fine.

I was tossing up between a 390x and 480 but now I'm thinking a 1060 (can get brand new 1060 AIB for $400 or $380 for reference 480 8GB new - [$300-350 for used 390x]) isn't a bad idea. Just wish they let it have SLI support.

The one thing that does worry me though. Is how quick 1060 will be - not obsolete - but gimped.

Whoops meant to edit the first post not make a new one...
post #2126 of 3587

I haven't had problems with normal (2X) SLI in any of the AAA games that support it. I would say it's a L2P issue but many of you might get yer panties in a bunch lol. J/K :D

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Says the guy with a 3930K, 1866 ram, and only two 980 Ti's. lachen.gif
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The way he's talking you'd figure he's the #yoloswag type with a 6950X, Titan X quad SLI, 64GB 4266 DDR4, Intel 750 in Raid-0 or something like that. But no not even close. Hell pretty sure I invested more into my rig than he did. (and this is without counting the custom loop cost lachen.gif)
post #2129 of 3587
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Well I don't care what any of you guys say I will never go back to single card set up again. I know what my eyes can see better than any of you and I have absolutely no issues with SLI at all, just more performance all the time than even a 1080 with 3.5 year old cards. Good enough for me...
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I never had issues with CF either. Might get a bit hot at times. But that's about it. Plus it didn't help that one of the cards (280x) died. Ah well.

Hell I still have my 6950 CF cards in the old rig - still kicking along fine.

I was tossing up between a 390x and 480 but now I'm thinking a 1060 (can get brand new 1060 for 400 vs 380 for reference 480 8GB new - [300 for used 390x]) isn't a bad idea. Just wish they let it have SLI support.

I've had enough issues with both SLI and Crossfire to always strongly prefer single GPU gaming setups wherever possible. Often I've had surplus cards; pairing them up made sense despite any pitfalls. There have also been times where a second card was so inexpensive, relatively speaking, that it a dual-GPU config was the best upgrade value by far.

Still, the fact remains that support is far less than 100%, and even when it's there, it's often flawed. The extra space and power requirements can also be bothersome. Nothing beats a single fast GPU in compatibility or consistency of performance.

That said, I'll need something faster than a GTX 1080 for me to be eager to replace my CFX 290X setup. The GP102 Titan X would almost certainly qualify, but I'm only going to spend 1200 dollars as a last resort.
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So is it true that this card is ONLY going to be an "Nvidia Store" card and no AIBs like EVGA will have them? Really? o_0
     
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