Scandal inNVIDIA - The new SLI system it has developed does not support parallel screen operation and high-resolution operation of large screens.
Hybrid SLI technology NVIDIA, Designed to lower the power consumption of high-end SLI card arrays (whose power consumption is sometimes even greater than that of an entire computer system) is likely to cause a significant drop in performance, which could hurt the game quality of heavy gamers.
The technology is able to switch "consumption" modes of resource consumption when switching between applications, software and games, in order to reduce the power consumption and heat emission of the cards to the minimum possible. In the case of software that has a relatively small resource consumption, the array shuts down one core and turns it on again only when it starts running a computer game or other software that requires more resources.
Unfortunately, this type of array cannot be connected to multiple computer monitors at the same time due to a lack of support for this configuration. Other than that, since the array does not support two connected DVI ports, it is not possible to connect screens with a size of 30 inches or more, at a high resolution (2560 × 1600).
In response to a question on the subject, the central director of the media division and business communications workers atNVIDIA, Drew Henry, said that the problem stems from the fact that the technology in the first generation, so there is no reason to include comprehensive solutions. The work on technology development is significant and the company will be able to take pride in a complete and comprehensive product in just two years.
Despite Henry's reaction,NVIDIA Any official response about the cause of this unfortunate glitch - which prevents many gamers from getting the most out of the system they bought with the best of their money.