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Splitting gpus

5 minutes ago, Basil Alias said:

No I'm asking if you can Give a part of a screen to each gpu so that 4 pairs can add their 4k screens to make a 8k output through something

You're basically asking about doing this, just with "only" 8k. They used Quadro sync to give each display it's own portion of a screen, which requires Quadro GPUs.

Additionally, you cannot split the output from one card (or pair of cards) to multiple monitors and show different content.

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This is pretty much for my dream build

I am planning to use a 8k monitor

But for pumping the frames I have quite a idea that sounds far fetched I want to use a pci-e extension like the one from 6 editors 1 pc build by linus with 8 titan rtx of which  each 2 of the titans will be connected with nv link so then we will essentially have 4 outputs so I can connect each 4k outputs to a 8k monitor so that I can get maximum frame rate

 

I also want to know if there is a way to add 4 of these hdmi and split them into 1 or 2 display ports for the Dell 8k monitor

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3 minutes ago, Basil Alias said:

This is pretty much for my dream build

I am planning to use a 8k monitor

But for pumping the frames I have quite a idea that sounds far fetched I want to use a pci-e extension like the one from 6 editors 1 pc build by linus with 8 titan rtx of which  each 2 of the titans will be connected with nv link so then we will essentially have 4 outputs so I can connect each 4k outputs to a 8k monitor so that I can get maximum frame rate

 

I also want to know if there is a way to add 4 of these hdmi and split them into 1 or 2 display ports for the Dell 8k monitor

Is this an April fools joke?

Because if you are connecting the screen to 4 videocards, these cards won't know to work together. That is what SLI is (well, used to be) for. Splitting the workload.


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3 hours ago, minibois said:

Is this an April fools joke?

Because if you are connecting the screen to 4 videocards, these cards won't know to work together. That is what SLI is (well, used to be) for. Splitting the workload.

No I'm asking if you can Give a part of a screen to each gpu so that 4 pairs can add their 4k screens to make a 8k output through something. It is splitting the workload for each screen it may be easy to find a software to do this but the extension is what I'm worried about

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5 minutes ago, Basil Alias said:

No I'm asking if you can Give a part of a screen to each gpu so that 4 pairs can add their 4k screens to make a 8k output through something

You're basically asking about doing this, just with "only" 8k. They used Quadro sync to give each display it's own portion of a screen, which requires Quadro GPUs.

Additionally, you cannot split the output from one card (or pair of cards) to multiple monitors and show different content.


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