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2018/11/20 02:11:50 (permalink)
I got it working. 
 

 
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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 03:32:58 (permalink)
    Are you able to adjust ray tracing quality from low?
     
    The video would be better, if you would used Shadowplay or OBS to capture the game.

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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 07:53:50 (permalink)
    DX12 (which you need for raytracing) is not compatible with SLI (edit: at BFV) at the moment, so he could only use one card for raytracing which would result in cinematic fps counts.
    Also, if he has not an extra Streaming PC, it is good to capture this with a mobile phone cam, because we can see the full fps potential, while with capturing it with same PC he would not be able to utilize the full potential of CPU/GPUs.
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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 09:52:44 (permalink)
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    DX12 (which you need for raytracing) is not compatible with SLI at the moment, so he could only use one card for raytracing which would result in cinematic fps counts.
    Also, if he has not an extra Streaming PC, it is good to capture this with a mobile phone cam, because we can see the full fps potential, while with capturing it with same PC he would not be able to utilize the full potential of CPU/GPUs.


    The devil is in the details with all this nonsense
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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 11:25:54 (permalink)
    Lokator
    DX12 (which you need for raytracing) is not compatible with SLI at the moment, so he could only use one card for raytracing which would result in cinematic fps counts.
    Also, if he has not an extra Streaming PC, it is good to capture this with a mobile phone cam, because we can see the full fps potential, while with capturing it with same PC he would not be able to utilize the full potential of CPU/GPUs.

    +1


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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 12:39:59 (permalink)
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    Are you able to adjust ray tracing quality from low?

    No.


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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 16:12:33 (permalink)
    Lokator
    DX12 (which you need for raytracing) is not compatible with SLI at the moment, so he could only use one card for raytracing which would result in cinematic fps counts.
    Also, if he has not an extra Streaming PC, it is good to capture this with a mobile phone cam, because we can see the full fps potential, while with capturing it with same PC he would not be able to utilize the full potential of CPU/GPUs.




    Last time i used shadowplay, it wasn't taxing on the system. He only showed the option menu and loading into single player i think. 
     

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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/20 17:07:30 (permalink)
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    He only showed the option menu and loading into single player i think.

    What else did you want to see?


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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/21 03:55:40 (permalink)
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    He only showed the option menu and loading into single player i think.

    What else did you want to see?




    The game in all it's glory, in 4k with max settings.

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    Re: 2080 Ti Battlefield 5 SLi!?!? 2018/11/21 05:19:26 (permalink)
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    He only showed the option menu and loading into single player i think.

    What else did you want to see?




    The game in all it's glory, in 4k with max settings.


    +1. Gameplay. Actual gameplay. The cut scenes aren’t nearly as fun to watch, because they all do the exact same thing. Shoot people in the kneecap and such.
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