SLI is dead.
While that maybe true, even the very first Titan GPU (and Z) had SLI bridge connectors and some of these cards Nvidia stated they were not for gaming (even though later models pretty much were). It's just good to see that Nvidia is finally serious with this Titan V as a compute gpu.you don't need an sli bridge for multi card cuda/computing support since they work independently.. these cards aren't meant for gaming.
I agree, but it's good to see Nvidia finally move away from the SLI bridge when AMD did away with their crossfire bridge it a few gens back.Besidea mgpu compute does not need SLI - all messaging occurs thru PCIe
sli games also don't need that much processing power as GPU's evolve - they are legacy games and a single card outperforms any SLI older gen anyways at any game
future games will use MGPU compute
Since this card is supposed to be a compute card, it is possible SLI could still be implemented on the gaming side of Volta/Amphere.