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So, the proposal is adding two new, "options", underneath video settings for articles within the PC Gaming Wiki. (AMD) Crossfire Support (Nvidia) SLI Support I would also like to propose the creation of a small page detailing how to implement a custom SLI/Crossfire profile using the relevant utilities for each set of graphics cards, considering how extremely important these settings are for many gamers to exploit the full power of their machines, and in many circumstances, reach playable framerates. Possible Qualification for a Check Mark Driver Supported (with the earliest driver version that includes a profile for the game added in the notes column) User Made Profile Support (with a small section beneath noting the custom profile settings needed) Possible Qualifications for ?! Supported through Driver or User Made Profile, but scales poorly over multiple cards (provides a limited performance boost over a single GPU, or poorly uses the power of both GPU's) Possible Qualifications for X Driver or User Made Profile exists, but does not improve performance over a single GPU Cannot not support SLI/Crossfire entirely Coming from Nvidia, there are two ways to enable SLI for games - either, choosing an alternative frame rendering option through the Nvidia Control panel, or inputting a custom value for a SLI profile through Nvidia Inspector, the latter, as described above I am wondering if we as a community could possibly consolidate the very newbie unfriendly process of forum spelunking for obscure values to help make PC Gaming Wiki a more complete index of fundamental information that can help resolve the most common and scope-limited technical problem of games alongside providing assistance in making purchasing decisions depending upon the user's hardware.
Hi, I have a suggestion to make especially useful for NVIDIA users. You probably already know of Nvidia Inspector. It is a software that allows creating custom nvidia profiles or modifying existing ones. It is pretty useful, it allows the user to force anti-aliasing, anisotropic filtering, vsync, ambient occlusion etc. But the most useful things in my case are anti-aliasing, SLI and ambient occlusion. Sometimes predefined NVIDIA profiles are missing some important components. Most importantly compatibility bits. There are already some compatibility bits which you can find online that allows you to enable SLI support, force SGSSAA/MSAA anti-aliasing and that kind of stuff. My suggestion is it could be pretty useful to add these compatibility bits and other nvidia inspector tweaks to pages. What do you think? Some compatibility bits that you can find online: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=357956 (Anti-aliasing) http://www.forum-3dcenter.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=490867 (Anti-aliasing) http://www.forum-3dcenter.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?s=30d6dd5d089db6e2d573aed4ac7c76b8&t=509912 (SLI)