Things are not getting better for the developers of Batman Arkham Knight for PC. Those looking for a patch that will allow the game to take advantage of multi-GPU technologies like SLI and CrossFire has yet to be seen. Responding to concern for this on the Steam Community forums a developer has stated that implementing multi-GPU support for the game was too high of a risk for creating new problems for gamers that it is “Not Practical”.
EVGA has amped up the bling with the EVGA PRO SLI BRIDGE V2. These redesigned bridges come with several improvements over the previous generation SLI bridges. Not only do these new bridges light up and look great on select graphics cards, they also have a high quality aluminum shroud and are optimized for the next generation display resolution and refresh rates, with a high pixel clock frequency design that gives best performance for 120Hz+ and 4K+ gaming.
Custom SLI bridges have been something we have seen from NVIDIA and a couple other companies, but it looks like ASUS is jumping in too. At CES this year they were showing their brand new ROG Enthusiast SLI Bridges. These will match up perfectly with your ASUS ROG graphics card and motherboard.
If you have a multi-GPU setup using NVIDIA cards you know an eyesore can be the SLI bridges. Well for those who want to clean those up and also add some bling to their cases NVIDIA has announced LED SLI bridges. These will be available exclusively through the NVIDIA Store.
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 560 Ti has been out for a few months now and just like pretty much every other card companies release a reference design and then they come out with an overclocked edition. Today we will be taking a look at Zotac’s overclocked edition of the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, which they call the AMP! Edition. This overclocked card brings the core GPU clock up from 823 MHz to 950 MHz and the memory clock up from 1002 MHz to 1100 MHz. The card is also bundled with a free version of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. Let’s take a look…
nVidia, for one, has developed a new chipset for the LGA 775, the nForce 740i SLI. They took the bridges c55 + MCP51, used in the nForce 650i chipset, and built around it a platform for an entry-level SLI motherboard, to complement the nF 750i SLI and nF 790i SLI boards. Our friends at ASRock are the first to build a motherboard from the 740i SLI, the N7AD-SLI. They also have launched their new quick-boot system, ASRock Instant Boot, on this motherboard. Read on as we look at this latest offering for the LGA 775 processor.