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    I know for a fact that they are working on it. That said, god knows how long it will take. But the more people that put requests in does move it up in priority. (I assume their are fewer people with x299 than with HDR TVs connected to their PCs and that isn't fixed yet.)
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    SLI certification? X299 motherboard haven't finished SLI certification?
    give us more details about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackleo View Post
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    SLI certification? X299 motherboard haven't finished SLI certification?
    give us more details about that

    NVidia perform their own certification, not us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    NVidia perform their own certification, not us.
    That was not very detailed was it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valzero View Post
    That was not very detailed was it.
    Doesn't need to be. They do their own certification work, not us. What's certification other than checking sli works when a board supports it? You should ask them. Yep a novel idea there; asking the people that actually perform the certification what it entails that isn't related to the drivers.

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    I fully understand NVIDIA's reluctance to rush formal certification - they need to develop their drivers/patches/etc ... and then comprehensively test, debug, and deploy in a manner which they can confidently expect will work (almost) 100% perfectly on (almost) 100% of the affected platforms in the wild. They sell high-end GPU cards for $1000~$1500+ so I'm fairly certain they'd make proper certification/compliance/compatibility a priority issue (unless they don't want to continue selling high-end GPU cards in these price brackets, lol?).

    What I don't understand is NVIDIA's reluctance to release a beta version of some sort. Give the people something tangible, makes the people happier, makes NVIDIA happier. And get some potentially valuable feedback and bug reports/fixes under the hood to accelerate and improve the certification release versions.

    "I am trying to get it into our next driver" and "we need to make sure ... it won't introduce stability issues for the user" seem like reasonable and detailed enough explanations to me, lol, no need to pester ASUS for more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valzero View Post
    That was not very detailed was it.

    It's pretty obvious what this entails, to be frank. Which is why the whole song and dance being made here is fruitless and always has been. Support will come in a driver, as was said many days ago.

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    https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...00475/#5200475


    "Sorry we do not do BETA driver testing but I did get confirmation that our next driver will indeed include the changes that restores optimal SLI performance on X299 motherboards."

    Problem solved, hopefully.
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    Looks like they fixed it and it will be in the next drive release. i'm guessing next week.. but that is me just guessing because Agents of Mayhem is out next week. (and maybe new drivers for that.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zurvv View Post
    Looks like they fixed it and it will be in the next drive release. i'm guessing next week.. but that is me just guessing because Agents of Mayhem is out next week. (and maybe new drivers for that.)
    I can hardly wait to stop googling this EVERY DAY. :/

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