Nvidia and Lockheed Martin : Profile supporting SLI with Prepar3d v2.x

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  1. supersym

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    Nvidia and Lockheed Martin : Driver or Profile supporting SLI with Prepar3d v2.x

    Hello !
    I post here to ask to Nvisia and LM to work together for a profile or a now driver able to use SLI with prepar3d V 2.x
    I'm not the only one to expect for that...
    Thanks a lot for this work :)
     
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  2. Vlooi

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    I can only support this request. Please NVidia...
     
  3. Juicehead

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    Registered here to beg for SLI support for Prepar3d... :wanker:
     
  4. V8VENOM

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    Add my vote to supporting Prepar3D V2.x ... at least don't break it like nVidia did with latest WHQL 340.52 drivers ... tessellation causes issues.
     

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    Agree...:rock:
     
  6. painter

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    +1 for driver support, whether its for SLI (which I don't use) or allowing different v-sync modes, such as the 'half' mode, which works so well with FSX.

    We may not have the user base of COD players ect. but we still spend our money on this vendor for our chosen use of PC tech, so we should also be entitled to decent support.

    Get on the case nV.... PLEASE :)
     
  7. supersym

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    Thanks everybody for your message !
     
  8. BangTail

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    You guys know you can enable SLI by simply changing the exe name to 'AFR-FriendlyD3D.exe' right?
     
  9. supersym

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    Yes, but a lot of addons don't work correctly and this way is'nt optimized
     
  10. BangTail

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    Well, works fine for me although I don't use any addons.

    I agree we need a proper profile but judging by Nvidia's drivers lately (and lack of profiles for AAA games), I wouldn't hold your breath :(
     

  11. Rob Ainscough

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    Do the right thing nVidia

    Goat Simulator vs. Flight Simulator ... the Goats win on NVidia's priority driver support?

    I realize that obviously Goats are more popular than Aircraft (sad state of affairs, but it is what it is) and hence why Goats got priority over Prepar3D ... but sometimes in life one has to make the "right" decision and not necessarily the best "business" decision.

    Come on NVidia, step outside the box just this time and make SLI profiles happen for Lockheed Martins' Prepar3d v2.x.

    Cheers, Rob.
     
  12. Rob Ainscough

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    The 340.52 WHQL drivers don't even work with Prepar3D v2.x if you have tessellation enabled, the 337.88 do work. NVidia definitely seems to be going in the WRONG direction in terms of supporting Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D v2.x platform.

    Cheers, Rob.
     
  13. BangTail

    BangTail Ancient Guru

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    Yep, don't I know it.

    Nvidia's support of new titles has been less than impressive in recent months and given the nature of Prepar3D, I doubt it is even a distant priority.
     
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    I agree with OP. P3D is the only thing I use my 780ti for.
     
  15. garrettprs

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    Also just signed up primarily to add another voice to SLI support.

    I can't believe that even in 2.x, nVidia hasn't picked up P3D. Judging by the number of profiles and games supported by nVidia, is such a profile a huge undertaking? Like any modern SLI user, we're at least $500-600 into nVidia products. Although, I guess we're already bought and paid for so the sense of urgency has subsided...
     

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    +1

    We need an effective SLI support for Prepar3D v2 !
     
  17. cabnz1

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    +1

    I to would love SLI support for Prepar3D v2.x

    Please Nvidia, please support it?

    Kind regards
     
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    Come on Nvidia...spread your wings and fly with us. :)
     
  19. Andrew LB

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    I prefer...

    Lockheed Martin... Sending bad guys to meet Allah for 30 years and counting!
    or
    Lockheed Martin... We make things that go boom!

    [​IMG]
     
  20. supersym

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    VRS is already working about that :) :tomcat:
     

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