Yeah M4xP4yne… you’re going to have to wait until NVIDIA updates their drives for improved SLI support in Linux. As noted earlier though, SLI hasn’t been worked on in Linux since 2008… as ekrboi noted? Using one GPU per monitor works good for performance (each GPU renders its own screen) but trying to use multiple GPU’s on a SINGLE monitor does not work unless you’re using an SLI Profile with “GLDOOM3” set to “true” on any ID Tech 4 Engine game.
So yeah… pretty much just read the driver notes and hope for SLI performance updates… until then? Just leave it off. The second card will only sap power and not do anything.
So yeah… seems like no matter what we use? She’s boned. NVIDIA needs to fix their drivers. Kernel updates won’t make a difference… nothing will… only NVIDIA drivers can.
Maybe so, but it’s just what I’m used to and what I like tbh. Ubuntu’s Unity is pretty decent… but it definitely is getting shady with Amazon ads and stuff… I’m not really a fan of that and that’s why before I ended up sticking with XFCE and Cinnamon… because I love the taste of… Cinnamon. :P