VIPERIXIXMy 1080 Ti evga runs great on 1900+ resolution. Just changed to a 4K 3840 resolution monitor. went from 200 frames in BF4 to 60fps both in ultra settings. latest driver no changes. no more 1080 cards to buy for SLI setup. will a 2080 single card get my fps back up or will I need 2 way sli to get back up where I want to be? fram drop consistant in other games. world of tanks went from 400+ to 40 fps. any suggestions on card set up to run in ultra mode.
HeavyHemiAs far as SLI support while folks say it is dying, it works exactly as well as it did before, games with deferred rendering will have some issues.
ty_ger07HeavyHemiAs far as SLI support while folks say it is dying, it works exactly as well as it did before, games with deferred rendering will have some issues.When the most globally popular PC games of 2019 don't support SLI, it's kind of funny that you would argue. Like I said, official support for SLI is worse than ever. Scaling is also usually bad on the performance per dollar basis, but it always was. I didn't say that scaling is worse than ever. I said support for SLI is worse than ever. It's on a decline. It appears to be dying. No arguments to be made.
ty_ger07Google can easily answer your questions. For example, League of Legends, Fortnite, PUBG.
ty_ger07If you are going to limit the scope of this discussion to the games mentioned by the OP in this thread, SLI support is 50%. Kind of a silly proclamation to make, but you insisted. World of Tanks doesn't support SLI. BF4 does. But I presume that his taste in games will change and that he will end up playing more than those 2 games. It's a trend. Looking at the most globally popular PC games of 2019 casts a wider net. SLI support appears to be dying. DX12 doesn't support SLI. Think about it .... Newer games and newer APIs don't support SLI where older games and older APIs did. The conclusion reveals itself.
HeavyHemiTwo games? No again, that seems silly.