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So here I just finished re-testing all my graphics cards under the new drivers for the GeForce RTX 2060/2070 SUPER graphics card and the new Radeon RX 5700 series card in all my synthetic games and game tests on 1080p, 1440p, 4K when I am thinking of testing SUPER in NVLink. I put on my desk for 16-20 hours a day benchmarking, testing, reading and writing for all this content that started with SUPER will go into Navi in a few days and then there is a mountain of content I have in the works after it.
As I said, I'm sitting here and benching and writing when the thought comes to me: "Anthony, you have two new GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER cards. .. and they support NVLink … why don't you test them? & # 39; It was like a blow in my face, how could I not have tested these bad boys in multi-GPU?! It's almost offensive not to have tested them in my laboratory already, so I went away ̵
Back in the 2000s some of you will know that I have worked in IT retailing with custom PCs and computer parts, and these days I would sometimes (and not always) recommend more GPU setups. It was another time for multi-GPU since then and things are not improved – instead it is worse.This article does not work as I recommend anyone to buy two RTX 2070 SUPER graphics cards and throw them in NVLink, but more of a "I have two cards here and will show you what they can do because WHY NOT .
Just like any multi-GPU article, there are warnings:
- Don't expect all games to have big scaling (especially at 1080p)
- Don't expect all games to work with multiple graphics cards
- Synthetic tests kick ass to show you the CAPABILITIES, but do not translate into games in reality
- 4K in the right game makes great use of two RTX 2070 SUPER cards
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