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  1. Hi everyone,

    VR SLI technology has been really unlucky, gaining very little traction. Is there any developer that could explain why is that too hard to implement?

    I think that it would be really beneficial, considering how much is ACC in VR demanding, I know VR sli should be almost plug & play in ue4, why then nobody implements it? Any chance that we would be able to see that?

    Thank you
     

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  3. Phoenixcat

    Phoenixcat Rookie

    This is something I would really like to know the answer to too. VRWorks from NVIDIA is built into UE4 and it’s apparently easy to implement, yet as far as I am aware only a couple of games support it. VR is such a natural fit for SLI and you can have one graphics card per eye.

    I think the issue is that SLI in VR is a niche within a niche as not many people have SLI and VR. But the reason why no-one runs SLI in VR is because no games support it!

    If you built it they will come!

    I’m pretty sure if ACC supported SLI via VRWorks a whole bunch of people would go out and buy a second graphics card. Kunos have their work cut out at the moment, but I have my fingers crossed that at some point they will support SLI.
     
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  4. alex bonner

    alex bonner Racer

    From what I've read there are not many multi gpu users about these days. I hedged my bets on it being a thing but ended up with a extra 1080Ti EK X.

    I'm kind of thinking I should swap them both for a 2080Ti EK X but then I read Pimax might have some technology that can use both my cards.
     
  5. Stains

    Stains Racer

    With ACC Ai cars using player physics what are we supposed to do ? SLI CPU's :p
    Better than supporting SLI we need developers to support low level API's ! DX12 / Vulkan and optimise the crap out of the graphics .
     
  6. TRIAS

    TRIAS Gamer

    I have 2 1080ti and would love to have VR SLI Gameworks implemented in ACC for my Oculus. Pimax 5k+ shaping up to be a good HMD.
    I think developers have their hands full at this stage but Pimax 5k+ on two 2080ti on youtube would give Kunos Co. more praise & publicity along with more customers. Hi res HMD in ACC would definitely make a stir. I certainly hope that they will look into it at some point.
     
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  7. John Caetano

    John Caetano Gamer

  8. Stains

    Stains Racer

    Ditto +1
     
  9. Serge M

    Serge M Alien

    I would certainly be happy to buy another 1080Ti if VR SLI was to be implemented and gave a significant performance increase. I’m sure Nvidia wouldn’t complain about the extra sales either....
     
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  10. Phoenixcat

    Phoenixcat Rookie

    Ryzen 3000 series are rumoured to have 16 cores with 32 threads so this should be enough power for a full grid!
     
  11. Stains

    Stains Racer

    But at what speed ? We still need fast cores !
     
  12. Serge M

    Serge M Alien

    Given that they will be the new 7nm cpu’s It would be a safe bet that per core performance will be very high. It’s a big die shrink so will be a heap more efficient
     
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