ok I get it now ...
there is so many differents componants, not easy to see clearly what can I do. Maybe I can open a new thread to ask what can we do with 1000e budget at the end of the year ...? something evolutive( just add the same GC to stay on top to play latest game for 5-6 years. With only one good screen =)
I new to this type of stuff so please bear with me. I am very confused on how force SLI on my motherboard. I want to use SLI on my old gaming rig because I don't have money to buy a new one so if you don't mind please help me a bit.
CPU - Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (Overclocked to 3.2 Ghz)
RAM - Corsair XMS2 8Gb DDR2 600 mhz
PSU - Corsair 800w something
GPU - EVGA GeForce 550TI SLI with SLI Bridge
Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
|System Name||Black Box|
|Processor||Intel Xeon E3-1260L v5|
|Motherboard||MSI E3 KRAIT Gaming v5|
|Cooling||Tt tower + 120mm Tt fan|
|Memory||G.Skill 16GB 3600 C18|
|Video Card(s)||Asus GTX 970 Mini|
|Storage||Kingston A2000 512Gb NVME|
|Display(s)||AOC 24" Freesync 1m.s. 75Hz|
|Case||Corsair 450D High Air Flow.|
|Audio Device(s)||No need.|
|Power Supply||FSP Aurum 650W|
|Software||W10 Pro 64 bit|
SLI requires minimum of x8 to function, and dual x8-x8. Your motherboard only runs x4 for the second slot. That's probably why you're getting issues and problems. You can't run SLI on this board, even with Hyper-SLI. It's physically impossible.
There's your answer, I looked up the specs for your board myself and it seems it wont run.So the motherboard I have is an Asus p5k-e wifi. I don't mind going back to windows 7 at all. But will this work tho with my motherboard? And sorry for replying late.
So the motherboard I have is an Asus p5k-e wifi. I don't mind going back to windows 7 at all. But will this work tho with my motherboard? And sorry for replying late.
I have a similar board with the blue x16 and black x4 lane; SLI is enabled using DifferentSLIAuto and it's working on Windows 10.
One thing I had to do was remove the x1 card (in lane #1) in order to enable the x4 on the second card. Hope it helps!
Hi could any one please help me am so lost and confused i have a TUF Z370-plus motherboard and i had no idea when i bought it it was only CF i thought all boards where SLI ready as long as they had 2 or more PCI slots. is this software still working ? i really!!! want to setup a 1080 TI SLI can any one tell me if this is possible or any program that still working/updated thanks.
oh wow that some really good information i really appreciate the help and time. looks like my dreams os running sli have been crushed my pc is already up and running not doing a new build just for sli.asfdasdsfdfdsfdsfds
You should go here and click this: https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/TUF-Z370-PLUS-GAMING/specifications/
Scroll down to "Expansion Slots", I'll copy this here for you to see:
1 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 (x16, x8/x4+x4) *
1 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 (max at x4 mode)
4 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x1
Unfortunately, there are two things that will prevent you from using GTX 1080 Ti SLI on this motherboard.
1.) As you see above, your system will only run 1 video card @ 16x, or when using two video cards it runs the first one at 8x and the second slot at 4x, then the remaining 4x is split among other slots. This is a problem because nvidia explicitly requires the system to have a minimum of 8x PCI-Express on -BOTH- slots in order to enable SLI. 8x-4x-4x does not meet this requirement and there is no software way to circumvent this. It is a hardware requirement by nvidia and there is nothing that can be done. You will have to deal with AMD or sell it and buy a motherboard that supports at least 8x-8x mode.
2.) Even if HyperSLI could make this some how work (It can't), HyperSLI only works in windows 7, and only with rather old (by today) drivers. These old drivers do not and will not support the Nvidia GTX-1000 line of cards, and Windows 7 does not work on Z370. So either way this software wouldn't be of any benefit for you anyway.
Also bear in mind, that even if you do find a Z370 system that runs 8x-8x for dual video cards, you won't be able to use the onboard m.2 NVME SSD slot on Z370 when running in SLI. There isn't enough bandwidth.
You only get 16x PCIE out of the CPU on Z370, and NVME PCIE SSD's require 4x. If you used 8x & 8x for two video cards, there's none left for anything else.
try with the mod different sli but basically that project is dead or unattended, it does not work with new drivers for more than a yearhello, anyone has working link for hypersli ? Or possible to upload it somewhere ? Want it for legacy 260,275,280 etc cards under XP-64 + kabylake.
|System Name||Cumquat 2021|
|Processor||AMD RyZen R7 5800X @4750MHz 1.298V|
|Motherboard||Asus Strix x570-F Gaming|
|Cooling||Cryorig R1 Universal + CM MasterGel Pro TP|
|Memory||16GB GSkill Ripjaws V Black 4000 MTs (2x8GB)|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire Nitro+ OC RX6800 16GB DDR6 2270Cclk / 2010Mclk|
|Storage||1x Adata SX8200PRO NVMe gen3 x4 1X Samsung 860 EVO 500GB, 12TB of HDD Storage|
|Display(s)||AOC 24G2 IPS 144Hz FreeSync Premium 1920x1080p|
|Case||SilverStone Raven RV02B-W + 3x SS AP181 + USB3.0 front panel upgrade|
|Audio Device(s)||RX6800 via HDMI + Pioneer VSX-531 amp Technics 100W 5.1 Speaker set|
|Power Supply||Enermax RevolutionXT II 750W 80+ Gold|
|Mouse||Logitech G502 Proteus Core|
|Software||Windows 11 X64 PRO (build 22H2)|
|Benchmark Scores||it sucks even more less now ;)|
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and im trying to SLI 2 770s.
any link i try is deleted and that SLI patcher thing doesnt work.