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Unsupported: How to Make Dual NVLink Work on Windows 10

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I thought some of you maybe interested in this...

https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Unsupported-How-to-Make-Dual-NVLink-Work-on-Windows-10-1688/

Quoting the link...

With the current Turing-based generation of GeForce and Quadro cards, NVIDIA offers a method of physically connecting pairs of cards to enable direct communication between them. This facilitates SLI for gaming and similar applications, and can allow direct memory access between the cards for scientific computing and rendering (if the software supports it). NVIDIA calls these physical connectors "NVLink Bridges", and outside of gaming (where SLI is the more focused-on term) they use the NVLink name to refer to both the technology and the connection itself. I have written a lot about NVLink in the past, including how to enable and test it in Windows, as well as which bridges will work with which cards.

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