VR-Zone recently learned of a highly anticipated feature of NVIDIAs being implemented with the upcoming 180.10 ForceWare drivers. That feature is of course multi-monitor support whilst in SLi mode, something many users have been wanting the ability to make use of for a long time coming.
It's definitely on its way; a bunch of screenshots of the NVIDIA Control Panel were taken with a beta build of the 180.10s, proving the option is there. However, its still in need of some fine tuning and has limited functionality.
You can read about VR-Zones experiences with it here.
Ever since we got our hands on the 180.10 Forceware drivers, we were wondering whether it will be what Nvidia has been talking about, the "Big Bang II".
"Big Bang II" drivers has thus far, rumoured to enable SLI with multi monitor support. Has it been implemented in this first set of 180 Forceware drivers? The answer is yes, they have but they are still limited, maybe due to its beta status.
In this small article, we will zoom into what this driver will offer in terms of SLI with Multi monitor support and the performance effects of implementing multi monitor in SLI mode.
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