Den Maskerade Daskaren Jul 2, 2014 @ 1:08pm
Tempted to buy, but does it support SLI?
Hello!

Have nvidia created an SLI profile for this game? I wanna buy it.

Thanks! :)
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Jon Jon Jul 2, 2014 @ 1:29pm 
Yeah
Pyrophosphate Jul 2, 2014 @ 4:39pm 
I keep seeing threads like this. Why would you let SLI support determine which games you buy, rather than the other way around?
Den Maskerade Daskaren Jul 2, 2014 @ 10:17pm 
Originally posted by Pyrophosphate:
I keep seeing threads like this. Why would you let SLI support determine which games you buy, rather than the other way around?

Then whats the point of spending a large sum of money on a second card if you can't use it?
I don't wanna sit and play this game with a single card on low graphics while the other cards are idling.
DODE Jul 2, 2014 @ 10:48pm 
So you bought yourself a second card to only play games that uses two cards?

I don't understand, you've just limited the amount of games to play less than what you can....


That's like buying a fast car and only driving it on roads that will allow you drive it at full speed and refusing to drive it on anywhere else that doesn't....


But whatever, yea it works with SLI
Pyrophosphate Jul 2, 2014 @ 10:50pm 
Originally posted by Den Maskerade Daskaren:
Then whats the point of spending a large sum of money on a second card if you can't use it?
Two points:
1. Whatever GPUs you have, unless you're trying to SLI some really low-end garbage, one of them alone will max this game, easy.

2. If you run into games that you would be interested in but don't support SLI, the reasonable thing to do is not having an SLI setup. If the point of your gaming computer is to play games, then you should be choosing hardware based on the games you play, not choosing games based on their support for your unconventional setup that you chose.

I'm not trying to tell anyone how to use their computers, I just don't see the logic in threads like this.
Den Maskerade Daskaren Jul 3, 2014 @ 6:23am 
Originally posted by Joker:
So you bought yourself a second card to only play games that uses two cards?

I don't understand, you've just limited the amount of games to play less than what you can....


That's like buying a fast car and only driving it on roads that will allow you drive it at full speed and refusing to drive it on anywhere else that doesn't....


But whatever, yea it works with SLI

I don't have as much time playing games anymore, and I just want to get the best experience out of it.

Also, apart from most people, I'm using an 144hz monitor and 60fps looks like pure dogshit on this screen which 99% of the people don't get.

"Whats wrong with 30fps? the human eye cant see over it" and allt that bullcrap.

I have way to many games, and way to many of them support SLI so I can play with good graphics and 144fps for me to enjoy the experience. I wouldn't care back in the days, but now I'm just too picky.

I want my games to run 144hz, if not, I'm not even playing them, because it looks like crap on 144hz monitor according to ME, but most people would play it anyway, I get that.

To little time here and not as much intrest in games anymore if they doesn't give me something extra.

But no one will understand, and thats fine.
Last edited by Den Maskerade Daskaren; Jul 3, 2014 @ 6:23am
GHOST Jul 3, 2014 @ 11:27pm 
yes it supports SLI. some players need sli compatibility because some of us are gaming in high resolutions. like me im running this game at 570x1080 120hz.
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