SLI vs. CrossFire, Part 2 – High-end multi-GPU scaling

apoppin

Founder and Senior Editor of ABT.

4 Responses

  1. Malz says:

    Thanks for this article. It was a very interesting read :)
    I’m really looking forward to the next parts in the series. Overclocking and potential CPU-bottlenecking in Single-Card VS SLI is something I’ve been wondering about for a long while. And also microstuttering, I’ve never experienced it myself, but it scares me enough to make me cautions of buying another GTX 570 to SLI.
    And oh, is it possible to get Battlefield 3 Beta added in your test-games?

  2. apoppin says:

    Thanks for the feedback. I would not be afraid of getting a second GTX 570 for SLI. Nvidia (and AMD) work to minimize micro stuttering in the drivers and it is something that you can generally further alleviate by backing down on settings if you notice it.

    I plan to add BF3 to my regular benching suite after it is released. The beta is only going to be valid for less than a month.

  3. arestavo says:

    Thank you very much for this! It isn’t easy finding benchmark results with newer drivers. Not for a quad-SLI or quadfire setup that is. Cheers!

  4. arestavo says:

    Err, strike the quad-SLI and quadfire part, but all the same – it is nice to find more up to date benchmarks!

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