I have two 1080 TIs, it can be great or you can one card doing little. Your not loosing game play or going below 1080 TI performance but at times you will be way faster than a 2080 TI. Don’t expect everything to scale or not have issues.I am thinking about buying another 1080ti ftw3 and going sli. Is it worth it these days for gaming? Are the drivers viable for sli? I haven't sli'd since the gtx 480's I had working out the local power plant! lol
That’s a good choice. I am in the same boat and I used to have SLI. Basically what cyberreality said, but also even if you do figure it out... a game patch or driver rev can break your game. It’s annoying when you load up your favorite game, only have 20 minutes, and find out 5 minutes in your fps is 30% below a single card because the last game update broke mGPU. Sort of ruins the point.Thanks for the replies. I'm just going to stick with my 1080ti for now. As busy as I am these days, I just want to sit down and play instead of troubleshooting why I'm having issues with a particular game in sli.
There's been at least one [H] member here who has had less than legendary support from eVGA; it seems that the best support so far has been from nVidia itself with their FE cards sold through the nVidia store. Now that failures seem to be less common, maybe the support from nVidia will drop.One last tip for the road!
IMHO, If you decide to buy a RTX card go Evga! If ya have any issues with the new card they have the best customer support! You get a new card within 30 days and after that a reverb but they will replace that card as many times as needed!