Posted 21 December 2016 - 10:53 AM
You may be right and, certainly, you are not alone in believing NVIDIA are turning their backs on those of us who trusted them to provide ongoing support when we chose to go down their promoted SLI route. It may not go down well but, hey, who cares when I reiterate those thoughts expressed on the LM P3D Forum. NVIDIA still have obligations which need to be met for everyone who have supported their business by purchasing their GPUs. Yes, changes are no doubt afoot with the advent of Windows 10/DX12, but for the next few years the relevance palls in the face of the requirements of the existing majority who are preferring to remain with Windows 7/8,8.1. Of those a significant minority have chosen to build multi-GPU based systems. Perhaps ironically the fact that these issues are also affecting Windows 10 users might waken them out of their *self-induced torpor and stimulate the necessary action to implement those much needed fixes. We can but hope, but my heart tells me that, as is often the case, stubbornness and/or corporate denial will get in the way unless, of course, we show a desire and determination to keep up the pressure.
*Edit: I may, of course, be quite wrong about this but, in the absence of a willingness to provide information to the contrary, what am I supposed to believe?
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