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Old 06-02-19, 06:48 PM
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It does. If you had the same power with a single card, it would have the same result. SLI is literally just another means of getting there. It would have the same smoothness.
Have you even seen the Port Royal bench running on a PC?

You are also contradicting yourself in your posts.

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Old 06-02-19, 07:45 PM
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No contradiction at all. You literally claimed the single card looks pixely at 40fps whereas SLI at 80fps did not. If the single card was also at 80fps, it would be identical to SLI. That is not a contradiction but a fact.

You're comparing smoothness of image quality with 40fps and 80fps. That's not even a fair comparison.
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Old 06-02-19, 08:32 PM
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No contradiction at all. You literally claimed the single card looks pixely at 40fps whereas SLI at 80fps did not. If the single card was also at 80fps, it would be identical to SLI. That is not a contradiction but a fact.

You're comparing smoothness of image quality with 40fps and 80fps. That's not even a fair comparison.
I think he was just saying SLI allowed him to run it at 80fps, where's otherwise there'd be no way to achieve that frame rate.
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Old 06-02-19, 09:16 PM
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I think he was just saying SLI allowed him to run it at 80fps, where's otherwise there'd be no way to achieve that frame rate.
Exactly.
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If anyone wants a really in depth idea of what RTX does and the real limitations of Ray Tracing watch this. They explain it all in great detail.

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It's an upscaling technique, so how on earth you arrived at the conclusion it makes games look better, I'm really to sure.
And here we are 2 weeks later and every tech youtuber is echoing the fact that DLSS makes your games look worse.. Im not sure how anybody thought this made it look better..
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