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Here's a petition to get Nvidia to "unlock" or "enable" 3-way or 4-way SLI on Pascal GPUs: https://goo.gl/331yGY

It would be great if all of us can sign it and get them to take notice. thumb.gif

SLI has a foot in the grave now as it is. Nvidia has no interest any more in 3-4 way SLI. They know the market best. Customers that want that are few and far between. SLI will be a thing of the past as cards get more powerful. I would not be surprised if they dropped SLI support completely by next year or 2018 at the latest.

You know it and so does everyone else. 3-4 SLI is just for e-peen status. Scaling always has and will be horrific with setups like that in games. Its a complete waste.
Edited by FattysGoneWild - 10/2/16 at 8:04pm
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I just got my 2 titan x's installed with EK water blocks and the main gpu is 5 degrees higher than the the other. I took it out and reinstalled the block and the temps are still the same. I'm not really sure what else to do about it.
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I just got my 2 titan x's installed with EK water blocks and the main gpu is 5 degrees higher than the the other. I took it out and reinstalled the block and the temps are still the same. I'm not really sure what else to do about it.

Surely the workload is not usually split exactly between the two. I thought it was normal for the main card to have to work a little harder?
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Serial loop?
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Originally Posted by Maxxamillion View Post

I just got my 2 titan x's installed with EK water blocks and the main gpu is 5 degrees higher than the the other. I took it out and reinstalled the block and the temps are still the same. I'm not really sure what else to do about it.

picture of your loop?
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Serial loop?
picture of your loop?

My loop is parallel and I had the older titan x's in it before and there was a 2 degree difference. Here are some pics.



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If you increase pump speed does it make a difference?
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post #4597 of 7589
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If you increase pump speed does it make a difference?

No it does not.
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Just got two of these in my test bench. Benchmarks to come!
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cool intro man
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I took the block off and reseated it for the 3rd time now. While tightening the screws I looked very carefully and made sure nothing got bent. I also switch positions of the gpus so it is now the first to receive liquid. I did use the X formation putting the paste on if that matters. The temps are still 3-5 degrees difference. Not sure what the problem is but I'm about to give up.
Edited by Maxxamillion - 10/3/16 at 8:21pm
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