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I can see microstutter but it doesn't even bother me personally (the hyperbole people go into when discussing it like "I can't even physically play a game if there is any microstutter" is silly). When I built my first rig years ago it had a single 560Ti in it and that thing would only get 20-25 FPS in some games yet I was somehow able to use and enjoy it just fine and that was actual stutter, not microstutter. I think people have just gotten a little spoiled these days and act like games are ever going to be 100% fluid like irl. I can notice stutters when I disable SLI to this day in games and benches but its not like I want to run out and kill myself or anything. Jeez...

 

 

Please stop with your SLI lovefest.

 

Nothing you are saying even makes sense bro. People are not building $4k rigs, to have microstutter in competitive multiplayer action..!

 

 

So, if microstutter stutter doesn't matter to you, nor other sli issues, and you like bling.... then ok. 

 

But to pretend single cards don't matter for those who seek it, and whom will pay top dollar to be without dual-card issues..? SLI has never been seamless, or ever work without much difficulty, or end user work.

 

 

Titan XP anyone..?

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I think SLI peaked when FCAT results got big during the Kepler era while Nvidia advertised their hardware frame pacing. I guess that didn't entice people enough to go SLI, and Nvidia and gave up on it, because microstutter these days seems much worse in newer releases than I remember it from new releases back in 2013-2014. It was great back then, but now it's borderline nauseating to me. It could be that G-Sync has a lot to do with it too. In the past you'd have a lot of torn frames that would have hidden some of it, but now you have to wait until the full frame comes in, making it extremely jittery at times.
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Please stop with your SLI lovefest.

Nothing you are saying even makes sense bro. People are not building $4k rigs, to have microstutter in competitive multiplayer action..!


So, if microstutter stutter doesn't matter to you, nor other sli issues, and you like bling.... then ok. 

But to pretend single cards don't matter for those who seek it, and whom will pay top dollar to be without dual-card issues..? SLI has never been seamless, or ever work without much difficulty, or end user work.


Titan XP anyone..?

Single GPU matter but being Single GPU and going after 4K means endless pursuit of performance while killing your wallet.
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Single GPU matter but being Single GPU and going after 4K means endless pursuit of performance while killing your wallet.

That is why you wait on 4K. redface.gif
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All I see is people basically saying they would rather have crappy graphics at lower resolutions then run SLI. Might as well play on a console if cutting edge graphics aren't your thing. I guess in a couple days you guys won't have an excuse for settling with poor graphic settings anymore when Titan XP is released.

 

 

NO, you are hearing consumer who sees a dead technology, that has not done much on 10 years and is shotty at best. The same consumers who would rather spend their money on a costlier single card solution for their gaming needs. Than deal with the inherent troubles of SLI, & Crossfire presents.

 

 

Additionally, since SLI has so many issues by 2018, almost all rigs will be capable of implicit multicard adaption. (Virtually eliminating SLI/Xfire.)

 

 

Further more, single card's importance is the same reason sooooo many people are waiting to see how well AMD's up-and-coming Vega will do. (Specially using Vulkan & BF1 as a bench.) There is going to be price war if AMD's offerings come in strong on Vulkan and Battlefield. And btw... most are looking to push 4k oleds for BF1, AA is not an issue... FPS is.

 

 

We theoretically could be see a 1080ti @ $699.. when Vega releases?

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2x Titan X Pascal > 3x 980 Ti, right?
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That is why you wait on 4K. redface.gif

It's so boring. If I was still in 1440p who know how long I would be using 2 x 290Xs. Maybe another 2-3 years.
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Single GPU matter but being Single GPU and going after 4K means endless pursuit of performance while killing your wallet.

 

formula: performance = $$$$

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NO, you are hearing consumer who sees a dead technology, that has not done much on 10 years and is shotty at best. The same consumers who would rather spend their money on a costlier single card solution for their gaming needs. Than deal with the inherent troubles of SLI, & Crossfire presents.


Additionally, since SLI has so many issues by 2018, almost all rigs will be capable of implicit multicard adaption. (Virtually eliminating SLI/Xfire.)


Further more, single card's importance is the same reason sooooo many people are waiting to see how well AMD's up-and-coming Vega will do. (Specially using Vulkan & BF1 as a bench.) There is going to be price war if AMD's offerings come in strong on Vulkan and Battlefield. And btw... most are looking to push 4k oleds for BF1, AA is not an issue... FPS is.


We theoretically could be see a 1080ti @ $699.. when Vega releases?

Titan XP will certainly change things. As of right now there isn't a single card that will give me the quality and frames that I desire in the resolution I game at. I personally don't have an issue with SLI or experience any of the faults many of you speak of. Either way I'd gladly welcome in a single gpu as a solution for my gaming needs. Problem is it doesn't exist. We'll see if the Titan XP pulls it off in a few days.
 
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2x Titan X Pascal > 3x 980 Ti, right?

More like >4x 980Ti. Even 2x 1080's are >3x 980Ti range.
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