Last edited by icemanchilled; 04-30-2012 at 06:06 PM.
Can't be bothered to read the whole thread so it might have already been mentioned, but doesn't Kepler now support hardware based frame rate metering?
Everything I've read say the SLI'ed GTX 680's offer an extremely smooth and responsive gameplay experience.
SLI'd GTX 680's give smoother than CFX solutions, but less responsive as input lag grows due their solution reducing input lag. (note: less responsive doesn't mean it's "unresponsive" or that it's isseu for everyone)
Even though I haven't followed FM much, even in this very thread there's at least one user who recognizes input lag as a problem.
If you only read FM forums, can't say much about it as I have no idea of the general situation here, however what I said above this.Again, see my paragraph above. I accept what you're saying, but where is your evidence that the input-lag significantly contributes to this CB? You make these claims without actually having any evidence to back it up, you just keep saying it must be bad, because input-lag is bad, MmmmKay?
Also, if input lag isn't issue, why are games getting fixes for it? Why are people playing without vsync even though their monitor can't display all the frames rendered? etc etc
Last edited by Kaotika; 05-01-2012 at 02:24 AM.
Enough BS CB. Give me the solid proof, not anecdotal evidence, which is all you've got so far. You don't know if the lag is sufficient to cause issues, you don't know precisely how much lag there is, you don't know what games, if any, are affected, you don't know if thw graphics subsystem lag acts on the user in the same way monitor lag does, you don't actually know any facts about it. So unless you can present some quantifiable evidence for your claim, you're just spreading unfounded rumours, yet again. Didn't take you long to slip back into your old ways did it? I think i'm done here anyway tbh, i said i don't want to slip back into the old ways, and i don't.
Last edited by icemanchilled; 05-01-2012 at 09:59 AM.
Well let me be one to complain about AFR added input lag. It bothered me with 4870 crossfire and it was immediately apparent with 480 SLI. It's not much of an issue to reaction time but it make the mouse aiming feel floaty.
I've read somewhere a while that NV deliberately introduce a frames lag when SLI is used to combat micro stutter, where as up to the point of me reading that article AMD did not.
In fact it may have been a test on Hardforum where there came to the conclusion Xfire felt slightly sharper but more stuttery so they said NV's method was best.
Having used SLI and Xfire on a 120hz monitor I can honestly say I'll stick with a single GPU from now on thanks.
Last edited by kitch9; 05-10-2012 at 07:33 AM.