I recently did my first loop build, and was successful. After resting my poor fingers with trying to get the damn fittings on, I decided to bench and play some games with my 980 tis in SLI. I was bummed to find out that Superpostion is not supported for SLI, and nearly all the games I've played (bf1, witcher 3, gta 5) are not seeing any gains, and I am getting stuttering. What's worse is that each 980 ti that I have is stable at 1500mhz, but I can't overclock both in SLI past 1400mhz. I have not gone SLI since my 670s some odd years ago. I knew SLI wasn't perfect, but damn it has been a horrible experience thus far with my 980 tis. I reinstalled the latest drivers and did some research on SLI profiles. I was able to get SLI to work for the most part, but at the cost of stuttering in all games, and flickering in Witcher 3. Am I missing something? I am on the verge of reformatting my PC and starting from scratch as I have been using my SSD for quite a while now. Will a fresh install of Windows 10 help me out? I see that a 1080ti is pretty much 980 ti SLI... should I just go the single card route to avoid the hassle I'm experiencing now?