Clevo 2020

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    SLI GTX1080’s outperform a RTX2080Ti in BFV.

    it scales so well, it is nuts. After watching a video it made me want a P870. You could run high refresh rate with 4K on (2) 1080’s
     
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    Is there a way to use both vapor chamber contact plates to a single die? How does this work?
     
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    Last I checked, Battlefield V doesn’t even support SLI.

    For single GPU, only one side of the vapor chamber heatsink is used.
     
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    You use Nvidia inspector tool to enable SLI


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    So you could possibly run a shim that contacts both side of the vapor chamber.

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    Interesting. Do you know if there are graphical glitches when forcing SLI in this manner?
     
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    I have no idea. SLI usually causes high latency. And those test are all in 4K. It was a video on YouTube. Just search “BFV SLI GTX1080”
     
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    Yeah, I was using SLI up until about 2015 and absolutely hated it. The input lag, the microstutter, the graphical glitches, the hours upon hours of Inspector tweaking to try getting it to work in games without official support, and just the overall hacky nature of the tech. And from what I can tell, SLI is even more useless for gaming these days, as the majority of new games are released without official support, and Inspector tweaking doesn’t work for DX12/Vulkan. SLI is only good for benchmarks now.

    Anyway, I found that video on YouTube. The microstutter on the SLI setups is really apparent from the framerate/frametime graph compared to the single GPU. And it looks like either the SLI setups are running lower graphical settings to make their performance look better, or the graphics are glitched out, because they are missing things like leaves on the ground, raindrops in the air, and various particle effects during parts of the video.
     
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    Hey what is your input lag like in BFV?

    It feels smooth in gameplay with my GTX1080. I have vsync off in game, future frame rendering off in game, and my monitor overclocked to 154Hz.

    It says I’m around 6-9MS in game averaging 124FPS, Maximum 154FPS, minimum 91-101FPS

    But when I look at my latency graph in MSI Afterburner it looks like hell lol. A lot of high spikes, up and down graph.

    But I’m just not feeling that. It feels butter smooth to me. No skipping, with just smooth performance.

    Gsync is on, and vsync is set to application controlled in the nvidia CP.

    I am curious what your msi AB graph looks like after playing BFV.
     
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    Never had any latency issues with my P377SM-A with dual 880M's back in the day. But I prefer a single gpu to a dual gpu in SLI
     
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    SLI is great for benching.

    That was it about 99% of the time for me.

    Even back in the day when everyone was all over SLI, I would get an SLI system and immediately downgrade it to a single card from the 400 series through the 900 series, it was my MO.

    I've always preferred a single GPU even in my desktop.
     
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