MSI GTX1080 Gaming X SLI Review

Shadow of Mordor

MSI GTX 1080 Gaming SLI Review

Shadow of Mordor

We've finally sorted out the Shadow of Mordor issue and you can see that the higher your resolution choice the better that the benefit from the second card becomes. You'd be crazy to run a pair of GTX 1080s at 1080P.

MSI GTX 1080 Gaming SLI Review  

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14-06-2016, 14:50:12

AngryGoldfish
Man, SLI looks appalling to my eyes. Either it's completely overkill unless you're at 4K—and even then it's sometimes not necessary (Tomb Raider)—or it doesn't work at all and in fact hinders your performance.Quote

14-06-2016, 15:07:27

darthgalactis
120+ fps at 4K...staggering! Quote

14-06-2016, 15:19:06

Tolemac
Nice review Tom. I like it that you are advising people on getting a decent PSU Kudos fella Quote

14-06-2016, 15:34:59

SeekaX
A nice reminder that multi GPU setups should be avoided if possible. 1070 vs RX480 CF keeps getting more and more angles.Quote

14-06-2016, 17:29:16

SuB
So I have an interesting request...

Could we get the power draw for a locked / adaptive sync'd 60fps at 1080p / 1440p ?

Since 1080p is SO easy for these cards, It'd be interesting to know what watts you need to maintain solid 60fps performance (and the heat that generates).Quote
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