Originally Posted by kithylin
I meant ddr4 of course. It's called a typo. Edited and fixed now. And I'm sorry if I pick on you a lot but it just seems for some reason (that I can't understand) you're having a rather bad / sour SLI experience and then you're preaching it in the forums as if that's normal for everyone. It's not and that's just your experience. And it kind of makes me sad inside a little that you're trying to dissuade everyone else from SLI just because you had a bad experience. For most people (with fast enough computers) it's smooth and glorious with minimal issues. And for those of us right now chasing 100 FPS minimums @ 1080p or 1440p, it's literally the only option unless we can some how plant a money tree and can afford a pair of 2080 Ti's. According to the guy I chatted with in steam, in most titles that support SLI, his SLI-1080-Ti system is significantly faster than his girlfriend's 9900K + single 2080 Ti system by as much as +50%.
lol, i'm not worried about spirited back and forth, please no apologies. It's cute that you don't see how we're basically identical in this... You want to fan boy it, even though you haven't used it in forever, and I want to point out the flaws, since I've been using it... forever... including right this moment in rage 2.
did you get that second card yet, or still speaking on someone else's behalf? He's right, when it works, it works beautifully.
good news is, it seems the dry spell may be over, last few titles I've purchased had pretty decent scaling out of the box with very little latency increase. Before 2019 though, well we've seen the supported title lists on official, and community support clubs. The last 2-3 years have been abysmal. Though predicted as far back as fermi. Luckily DX11 grows deader by the day.
you seem to ignore basic functionality & design aspects of a computer.
two of something = more latency than one of something, however when properly accounted for its undetectable.
you're quite the parrot, we've both agreed its the only way to get high frames at high settings above 1080p, it that's kinda of always been the purpose, thus why I've been using it for over a decade it can still be quite the pain in the ass, and will simply never work properly in many titles, even with all the bits in the world, and afr triggers in the world. I'm actually eyeing 2x 2080ti for sale on FB Marketplace in my area, may have to swoop. He wants $1800 COD.