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Newest Oculus Rift Touch SLI Support???

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Can i use SLI with the Newest Oculus Rift? I just Ordered the Oculus Rift 2 days ago for $349 and My system is a 4790k oced to 4.7GHz 16Gb ram Zotac AMP! Extreme GTX 970 Oced to 1535MHz. I want to Know if the new Oculus supports SLI. Im having issues selling my 970 for $200 so i can upgrade so im wondering if just getting one more 970 and running SLI 970s would be my best route? Ive not seen any video on YouTube that addresses this not a new one anyway. all over a year old.

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It is up to the developers or yourself to configure SLI. Very few VR games are using SLI at the moment, but you should be able to force the options from within Nvidia Control Panel.


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VR does not work with regular SLI at all. Nvidia has instead developed a different technology called VR SLI - it's completely different under the hood, but the end result is similar to regular SLI, just for VR.

 

The problem is very few developers support it. Serious Sam VR has it, and maybe a few other titles. Here is a list from earlier this year.

On 28/11/2017 at 6:46 AM, ARikozuM said:

It is up to the developers or yourself to configure SLI. Very few VR games are using SLI at the moment, but you should be able to force the options from within Nvidia Control Panel.

Can't force SLI via driver for VR.

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