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Still no SLI support in nvidia 344.65 ;-)

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Can I have a dream ? ;-) A GeForce Game Ready but still no-Prepar3D-ready ;-)

 

 

The new GeForce Game Ready Assassin's Creed Unity 344.65 WHQL drivers are now available to download automatically through GeForce Experience, and from GeForce.com. With performance enhancements and a SLI profile, the new GeForce Game Ready Assassin's Creed Unity drivers are a recommended update for players of the highly anticipated third-person action adventure game.

In addition to Assassin's Creed Unity support, our new drivers include all of the optimizations and improvements from our recent GeForce Game Ready Civilization: Beyond Earth & Lords Of The Fallen 344.48 WHQL and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 344.60 WHQL drivers, and of course, support for Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology on GeForce GTX 400, 500, 600, 700 and 900 Series GeForce GTX graphics cards.

As always, we’ve worked closely with a number of developers to enable SLI in their games and game engines, and we continue to work with Monolith on Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. Please note, profiles require the latest game update in addition to the latest driver, so please ensure you have automatic patching enabled in Steam.

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  • Elite Dangerous – Added SLI profile
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  • Escape Dead Island – Added SLI profile
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  • Lichdom: Battlemage – Added SLI profile
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  • Lords of the Fallen – Added SLI profile
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  • MechWarrior Online – DirectX 11 Added SLI profile
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  • Monster Hunter Online Benchmark – Added SLI profile
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  • Ryse: Son of Rome – Added SLI profile
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  • Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition – Added SLI profile
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  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Added SLI profile

     

Source : http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/79527/en-us

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http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/344.65/344.65-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf

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Have you thought why Nvidia hasn't released it for Prepar3D?

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Have you thought why Nvidia hasn't released it for Prepar3D?

 

Because LM is dragging their feet....

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Maybe they dont know how to make it any better for P3D - could be folks

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Monster Hunter Online Benchmark? I guess, I'm too old to understand why all this crap get's nVidia's attention but Prepar3d doesn't. Yes, yes. Don't start beating me. I know, it's all about sales... ;-)

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Because LM is dragging their feet....

 

No.

 

There is a thread titled "Will nVidia Ever Support and/or Create a Profile for Prepar3D?" in Nvidia's forum  dated 4 September 2014

 

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/771767/will-nvidia-ever-support-and-or-create-a-profile-for-prepar3d-/

 

Nvidia's response was:

 

We determine which games to focus development efforts on based on how popular the games are among our user base. If you want to see a specific game supported, it's best to just continue playing it and to submit feedback requesting it through GeForce Experience, as this helps us prioritize support.

 

Perhaps Prepar3d isn't popular enough?

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No.

 

There is a thread titled "Will nVidia Ever Support and/or Create a Profile for Prepar3D?" in Nvidia's forum  dated 4 September 2014

 

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/771767/will-nvidia-ever-support-and-or-create-a-profile-for-prepar3d-/

 

Nvidia's response was:

 

 

Perhaps Prepar3d isn't popular enough?

 

 

 

From what I understand, P3D has already stated they were in communication with nvidia.  I just think P3D has other, more pressing issues and being able to obtain 60fps with sliders maxed is not one of them.  You know, like.... cloud shadows.... <sigh>

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We as flight simmers are not very big comunity aka not that popular in gaming world, and I am sure it will be a while before we see anything from nVidia. It's just bussines, no hard feelings.

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From what I understand, P3D has already stated they were in communication with nvidia.  I just think P3D has other, more pressing issues and being able to obtain 60fps with sliders maxed is not one of them.  You know, like.... cloud shadows.... <sigh>

Sorry but WHY do you keep dumping this in LM's lap? THEY have already stated that they've given all they can to NV and it is now in their court. Either NV will deem it important enough to devote resources to it or not.

 

Simple - but there is NOTHING that LM can do to force NV to provide the profile.

 

Vic

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Sorry but WHY do you keep dumping this in LM's lap? THEY have already stated that they've given all they can to NV and it is now in their court. Either NV will deem it important enough to devote resources to it or not.

 

Simple - but there is NOTHING that LM can do to force NV to provide the profile.

 

Vic

 

I call BS on that... 

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I call BS on that...

Fine. Now tell me EXACTLY what LM can do to FORCE NV to make a profile?

 

Send one of their a/c to bomb them?

 

This is BUSINESS Dude, plain and simple and no matter what you think LM does not have ANY leverage in the video card arena.

 

YOU have about as much chance of swaying NV as LM does. The profile is done by NV not LM - after supplying their specs they (LM) can do nothing but wait and keep asking.

 

Unless you have a better realistic suggestion.

 

Vic

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I also have a feeling that most flight simmers are a little more savvy than the average goat simmer, and do a custom install without installing Geforce Experience...which may seem to be hurting the cause  :P

 

Edit: Just installed it with the new drivers - there is a "send feedback" icon which opens up a dialog to suggest games Nvidia should create profiles for. I'm guessing the more of us that create a stir the better.

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I also have a feeling that most flight simmers are a little more savvy than the average goat simmer, and do a custom install without installing Geforce Experience...which may seem to be hurting the cause  :P

 

Edit: Just installed it with the new drivers - there is a "send feedback" icon which opens up a dialog to suggest games Nvidia should create profiles for. I'm guessing the more of us that create a stir the better.

THAT is a big issue, thanx for bringing it up. I am also one of tose that doesn't install any bloatware that doesn't help performance. I only install NV drivers, no PhysX, no GF Experience, etc. 

 

BUT as you said - they are using GF Experience to quantify which title to work on next.

 

Tough call

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Good idea to use the :send "feedback" icon.

Let them know we exist....    

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I am also one of tose that doesn't install any bloatware that doesn't help performance. I only install NV drivers, no PhysX, no GF Experience, etc.

Why do you think that's bloat ware?

Spirit

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