Multi GPU Scores ARE representable (for ATI anyway)Single Card results sure......but Multi GPU Scores are not really representable at this point for a few reasons:
1. ATI Cards, although MK11 recognizing Multi Cards, how much are the Multi Cards being utilized?...
2. NV Multi Cards are only being utilized with "hacked" Quadro Drivers
3. Another nvcp "hack" to recognize Multi Cards
No point in anyone with Multi Cards getting too wound up over these Multi Card scores until Drivers mature and we're all on the same page.....I've sen a Multi Card score as high as P14K with Tri SLi 480's....again, a Hacked Driver.
Ok....I've been conversing with some ATI users stating they aren't getting the full pull from thier Cards.......if you are getting Max performance then perhaps the ATI Drivers aren't optimized yet, as that seems low for 1 x 5970, 1 x 5870 and 980X OC'd doesn't it ?Multi GPU Scores ARE representable (for ATI anyway)
1. ATI crossfire is working superb I would say, I ran GPU-Z and it was loading all 3 GPU's at near 100% before the latest 10.11 CAP 4 (which improved crossfire performance), after that crossfire performance improved.
I can confirm, unless you are using "hacked" Quaddro Drivers MK11 is only running single GPU......and the hacked Drivers are still not representative, I'm sure he next nv Drivers will have this addressedNvidia SLI? I dunno, my other rig is only a single GTX 480