This is a cross post of a message I just left over on EVGA.com but it’s good idea for either company to use.
I Fold, I SLI, I overclock. I have different cards able to reach different top ends and do so differently in different PCIe slots. To help me figure out which slot correspond to a specific enumeration and listed card I would like to be able to do the same thing that I already do for drives in my RAID array.
Namely I want to be able to cause a specific card’s LED to blink. I would like to do so from Precision, and/or the Nvidia Control Panel interface if this feature migrates upward to the Nvidia reference designs.
For the most part we already have power LEDs on the card we buy. How about a feature to be able to use the power LED and make it blink? This feature would be nice to have when mapping out my high performance video cards. Th feature would also be another item on the checklist to keep me welded to EVGA/Nvidia as long term customer and enthusiast.
This feature would also be useful for large machines with multiple Tesla boards to help ID a card that has degraded during replacement operations.
Thanks for reading.