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post #9661 of 9792 (permalink) Old 12-02-2019, 03:51 PM
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So is multi gpu coming back in 2020?
Personally with single cards costing like two cards I really doubt that I would sli 1300€ cards 😄

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Still zero reason for NV to do anything. Big Navi is still vaporware, and will likely be only as fast as, not faster than, existing 20x0 series products.
A little extra milking never hurt, right? I'm sure a certain percentage of OG 2080 Ti users would upgrade if performance was +15%. Ampere is imminent so they might as well milk Turing a little more while they can.

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Still zero reason for NV to do anything. Big Navi is still vaporware, and will likely be only as fast as, not faster than, existing 20x0 series products.
A little extra milking never hurt, right? I'm sure a certain percentage of OG 2080 Ti users would upgrade if performance was +15%. Ampere is imminent so they might as well milk Turing a little more while they can.
What imminent means? Will we see it before the summer? I mean, available in shops not on PowerPoints. 🙂

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What imminent means? Will we see it before the summer? I mean, available in shops not on PowerPoints. 🙂
We don't have an exact release date obviously but we can bet on 2020 sometime. I would guess no later than June or July for a 3080 if they take the old approach to their releases (cut-down GPU first followed by bigger versions later).

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I'm afraid if the 2080 Ti Super comes out, I won't have the resolve to hold out for 3080 Ti Ampere. I just put together a 9900KS system and have a 1060 3GB GPU as a place holder. I figured a 2080 Ti was not big enough of a jump from my previous Titan Xp so looking at all these BF/CM deals has been rough, haha.

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I'm afraid if the 2080 Ti Super comes out, I won't have the resolve to hold out for 3080 Ti Ampere. I just put together a 9900KS system and have a 1060 3GB GPU as a place holder. I figured a 2080 Ti was not big enough of a jump from my previous Titan Xp so looking at all these BF/CM deals has been rough, haha.

Why stop with a ('may be') 2080 Ti-S ? This setup should keep you happy for a while

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That's interesting, just looked up a video on those. I don't think I'd go that far on my 2080ti, but it'd be a good thing to have some day.
thanks, about 19,995 shartposts, but posts none the less. I've always read quite a few forums, but i only really ever ended up posting here.

and those only have 8 pins of power, dafuq?

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Hey guys I'm hoping one of my cards isn't dead but more information here if anyone can help:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...l#post28221546

Basically windows kept crashing/freezing, at first rearly but quickly it became common. Got rid of my overclocks (hadn't increased voltage at all yet) and tried different drivers and the only one that stopped the crashes/freezes were drivers that didn't allow SLI on the 2080ti's, went back to recent drivers and crashing only stopped when I disabled SLI.

Noticed that nvlink bridge would stop lighting up when froze/crashed and still does after a little while but because not in SLI it doesn't affect the first card and the display. When nvlink stop lighting up I then look in MSI afterburner and that card returns no readings, SLI option disappears from NVidia Control panel. Also when I then check in Device manager there it an ! icon on the second card and viewing it's properties is this message:

"This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)

The specified request is not a valid operation for the target device"

I then try updating the drivers and it says "The best drivers for your device are already installed"

Is there anything that can be done for this? Could a bios update fix it or is it something else?

Hoping it's not a dead card as this system was not built to easily remove these cards this was supposed to stay together for a long time.

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Hey guys I'm hoping one of my cards isn't dead but more information here if anyone can help:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...l#post28221546

Basically windows kept crashing/freezing, at first rearly but quickly it became common. Got rid of my overclocks (hadn't increased voltage at all yet) and tried different drivers and the only one that stopped the crashes/freezes were drivers that didn't allow SLI on the 2080ti's, went back to recent drivers and crashing only stopped when I disabled SLI.

Noticed that nvlink bridge would stop lighting up when froze/crashed and still does after a little while but because not in SLI it doesn't affect the first card and the display. When nvlink stop lighting up I then look in MSI afterburner and that card returns no readings, SLI option disappears from NVidia Control panel. Also when I then check in Device manager there it an ! icon on the second card and viewing it's properties is this message:

"This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)

The specified request is not a valid operation for the target device"

I then try updating the drivers and it says "The best drivers for your device are already installed"

Is there anything that can be done for this? Could a bios update fix it or is it something else?

Hoping it's not a dead card as this system was not built to easily remove these cards this was supposed to stay together for a long time.

Cheers
If reinstalling a clean Windows doesn't work then it's probably the card. That's all I got.

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as i said in your other thread, have you used guru3d display driver uninstaller, & started over?

also, are you sure the cards are properly socketed? Are you sure the slots are clean?

also, do not install experience after running DDU. Test again.

I had a similar issue with me 1080tis. Ended up being a dirty slot, and experience breaking programs at launch.

experience has been off my machine for 2 months now, and I haven't had a single issue since.

also, if I remember correctly. You wanna do the driver install with both cards in, and the bridge on.

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