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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
    Just to cement the above a little further, I spoke with Manuel Guzman who mans the forums at NVIDIA. X299 has yet to complete SLI certification, meaning the drivers aren't finalised yet. All in due course.

    So SLI does actually function seemingly, it's just the scaling currently is very poor or non-existent in some cases. In case it wasn't obvious, that means it's nothing to do with the motherboard vendors or the BIOS.


    He said the same thing to me but reverting back to 382.** fixes the issue so Nvidia is crapping X299 on all 384.** branch

    and when asked whats the problem on X299 they say they are working with board manufactors (they dont no that nvidia is working with them)

    and that motherboards are still in SLI certification this is a big pile of BS

    382.** X299 was not available when does drivers came out so nvidia is killing it now and blaming it on hardware . asus gigabyte, msi , asrock, etc


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    Quote Originally Posted by TSportM View Post
    He said the same thing to me but reverting back to 382.** fixes the issue so Nvidia is crapping X299 on all 384.** branch

    and when asked whats the problem on X299 they say they are working with board manufactors (they dont no that nvidia is working with them)

    and that motherboards are still in SLI certification this is a big pile of BS

    382.** X299 was not available when does drivers came out so nvidia is killing it now and blaming it on hardware . asus gigabyte, msi , asrock, etc


    cheers

    Bottom line, it's really very simple. How you choose to perceive the situation is the issue here. Rolling back to an earler build may very well result in better scaling. It's a band aid, and performance will be ready when the drivers are.

    There is no need for you to cloud the air with tinfoil. The drivers aren't ready yet. Ideally, yes you want them ready for launch - however as far back as I can remember this has not been the case on any platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
    Bottom line, it's really very simple. How you choose to perceive the situation is the issue here. Rolling back to an earler build may very well result in better scaling. It's a band aid, and performance will be ready when the drivers are.

    There is no need for you to cloud the air with tinfoil. The drivers aren't ready yet. Ideally, yes you want them ready for launch - however as far back as I can remember this has not been the case on any platform.
    yes yes your are stating what i already now

    what iam saying is that they are lying saying its Vbios

    http://prntscr.com/g1hpnn

    it would be much nicer if they said they screwed it up as its normal this days with nvidia


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    Quote Originally Posted by TSportM View Post
    yes yes your are stating what i already now

    what iam saying is that they are lying saying its Vbios
    That's not what you were saying at all. You said reverting back to an older driver fixed the issue for you, insinuating it's not the driver.

    Best to stop misinterpreting things and wait for a fully certified driver, or direct your frustration at the NVIDIA forums

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    Try the new bios 0503. Just launched today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flid1975 View Post
    Try the new bios 0503. Just launched today.
    New BIOS does nothing as far as I can tell. There might be a slight improvement with Single GPU usage but SLI is still thrashed.

    On a side note - @Silent Scone and @TSportM: I got the same thing from Nvidia - all blame was placed on the MB manufacturers. The elevated support member I spoke with claimed they were working with Asus, Gigabyte etc... After speaking with both Gigabyte and EVGA (the guy I got asked their MB dept also) they were completely unaware of the situation. My assumption is that the drivers are the issue, not the MB UEFI. We should really take this to Nvidia's board and I agree that at least once in awhile Nvidia should admit to a mistake they made.
    Last edited by onmybikedrunk; 07-31-2017 at 06:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onmybikedrunk View Post
    New BIOS does nothing as far as I can tell. There might be a slight improvement with Single GPU usage but SLI is still thrashed.

    On a side note - @Silent Scone and @TSportM: I got the same thing from Nvidia - all blame was placed on the MB manufacturers. The elevated support member I spoke with claimed they were working with Asus, Gigabyte etc... After speaking with both Gigabyte and EVGA (the guy I got asked their MB dept also) they were completely unaware of the situation. My assumption is that the drivers are the issue, not the MB UEFI. We should really take this to Nvidia's board and I agree that at least once in awhile Nvidia should admit to a mistake they made.
    Here is the topic on the forum

    https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...ng-and-bugs/3/

    I recomend ppl making some noise there

    25/07





    02/08


    they blame hardware

    Cheers
    Last edited by TSportM; 08-02-2017 at 09:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSportM View Post
    Here is the topic on the forum

    https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...ng-and-bugs/3/

    I recomend ppl making some noise there

    25/07





    02/08


    they blame hardware

    Cheers


    Either what he's saying is getting lost in a language barrior, or you plainly don't understand. He's telling you they're working with vendors to improve performance to get you a working driver. No where in that post does it say MB vendors are at fault.

    I'd agree that you should take posts like this to the NV forums, though and cause the confusion there, rather than here

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    Many people and regulars here are still waiting for Rampage IV APEX and Extreme, when they get their systems up and running we will have a lot more feedback on this issue if it still persists. My Strix is at the hands of the retailer as it died and will receive it within few weeks. I am goin to grab the Extreme as soon as it is available here.

    Anyone else tried playing with the UEFI settings I posted?
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    xarot, why or how did it die?!

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