Great, now you're ignoring points made by Fox2232 too. I can't keep spoonfeeding you every time... The goalpost the entire time was around GPUs that aren't bottlenecked. Focus *snap* *snap*. Yes, it is correct. But just because something is intended to function a certain way, that doesn't mean that's how it works 100% of the time. And before you hyperbolize yet again, I'm not saying it happens 0% of the time. Remember how many times I told you that my claim wasn't specific to latency? Remember how I kept saying the latency loss is in regards to non-bottlenecked GPUs? Yeah... you're still moving the goalpost. Better luck next time. It's not that I failed to understand, it's that it isn't relevant, and not something I said was indisputably happening; I merely suggested it could be. My only point is communication adds to latency. More GPUs adds more communication; therefore, more GPUs can add to latency (when not bottlenecked). It's simple. Also, you still have yet to explain how the work processed by the 2nd GPU ends up in the display connected to the primary GPU. All caps and bold text doesn't make that situation go away lol. Doesn't change my point. Let's look at this situation in a 3rd party perspective: Me: 1+1=3 You: No, 1+1=4 Me: But <reason> You: But <reason> Me: <counterpoint> You: You're wrong and know nothing Whether or not we're both right or both wrong, your tirades against my intelligence contributes nothing toward this. Say something meaningful.