EVGA update SLI Enhancement Patch

"EVGA have just released another update to their SLI Enhancement Patch, enabling SLI users to play the latest games in SLI mode."

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EVGA update SLI Enhancement Patch.
 
 
 
EVGA have recently updated their SLI Enhancement patch,, to version 18, based on Nvidia's 191.07 drivers. EVGA's SLI Enhancement is an unofficial patch enabling SLI support in the latest games.
 
As many of you will know, recently released games often require driver updates and patches to fix bugs and work to their full potential. This is especially true if you’re running a multi-gpu setup.
 
It can often take weeks after a new game comes out for Nvidia to release updated drivers supporting SLI. EVGA have developed the SLI Enhancement Patch to help out gamers wishing to play the latest games on SLI rigs. They are aiming for a one day turnaround from a game demo being released, to an updated SLI Enhancement patch supporting the new game being released.
 
This is a great idea for anybody wanting to play the newest games in SLI, providing a temporary fix before the official driver update to come out.
 
The latest patch supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. It currently includes profiles to enable SLI support in the following games:
 
• Borderlands
• Painkiller: Resurrection
• Wolfenstein Demo
• Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
• G-Force
• FIFA Soccer 2010
• League of Legends: Clash of Fates
• NHL 2009
• Order of War
• Race On
• Star Trek: D-A-C
 
 
If you are running an SLI system, and playing any of these titles, you can download the patch here and enjoy SLI support straight away.
 
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18-10-2009, 10:39:15

Coopsman1
Thanks for the reply, I am going for the air cooled option first and look into water cooling if/when i overclock it.

18-10-2009, 10:49:30

Judderman

Thanks for the reply, I am going for the air cooled option first and look into water cooling if/when i overclock it.



I have read that the i7 920 D0 stepping will go to 4ghz on air m8, so you wont have to wait till u go to water before overclocking!!

18-10-2009, 10:49:48

Coopsman1
What are peoples opinions of this case:

COOLER MASTER HAF 932 RC-932-KKN1-GP Black Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case - Retail

18-10-2009, 11:09:27

Judderman

What are peoples opinions of this case:

COOLER MASTER HAF 932 RC-932-KKN1-GP Black Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case - Retail



Is a good case by all accounts, Tom done a brilliant review also of the Coolermaster Sniper:

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews.php?/cases_cooling/cm_storm_sniper_black_edition/1

I would also look at the Coolermaster 840 if you have enough money.

The beauty of building your own PC is the fact that you can make sure its upgradable in the future, I would look at buying the following items and not scrimping becuse they will last you years if you buy clever:

Case - Buy the best case you can and read all reviews before deciding, make sure the case has the features to allow you to upgrade in the future

PSU - Make sure you buy a decent name brand PSU, again you want to get the best you can, you can buy a cheap one but then you will struggle to overclock and also if you do upgrade you may need to buy another one.

Monitor - I know you said you were going to use a 32" tv, not sure how that will be for normal web browsing and other non gaming tasks. Might be worth checking as if not you will need to look for a decent 22" ish monitor as well.

Just some food for thought, but if I can give you any advice it would be too read as many reviews as possible before making the final decision. There is plenty of people here that will be more than happy to give you opinions on each item so that you get the best bang for buck :)

18-10-2009, 11:13:03

Coopsman1
Thanks judderman, I have been reading a lot of reviews over the past couple of weeks.

I am swaying towards that case, next up is deciding what MOBO i require

18-10-2009, 11:32:18

Judderman

Thanks judderman, I have been reading a lot of reviews over the past couple of weeks.

I am swaying towards that case, next up is deciding what MOBO i require



Like I say if I was you I would be looking at maybe the below:

Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD3R Intel X58 Motherboard
Intel Core i7 920 D0 Stepping CPU
Coolermaster ATCS 840 Case
OCZ Gold 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666C9 Low-Voltage Triple Channel Memory
ATI Radeon HD 5870 1024MB GDDR5 GCard

I havent put a PSU , CPU fan or hard drive as I am not sure what you require, so you would have to have a look at them.

Thats just a rough list that I would be looking at in your price range. I am sure others will make suggestions as well that may save you cash :)

19-10-2009, 12:47:17

Coopsman1
125 views and only one person helping me, I was hoping this forum could be a little more helpful!!!

19-10-2009, 17:10:49

AMDFTW
hey man,ok you have a big budget for an aircooled system and judderman has given you alot of info,but i will give my 2cents

the case (CM 840) is amazing its huge tho but its slick and very nice and will and is perfect for airand water cooling

and the GPU well you have seen the reviews ime sure and that card is awsome if you have enough money after getting all the parts (prepheals INC) then get 2

also monitor wise i would get a 24'' (1920*1200/1920*1080)

any other issues let me no
the cpu is also perfect,can get to 4Ghz on air with ease as jud said so there is no other reason to get a higher spec one

i would change the Mobo tho and get the Evga 4way sli or the 3way sli,they are good for Ocin ide lean more towards the 4way

the Ram is good but i would get ither platinum or BLADES or even reapers

and PSU i think i decent 850w would do it,maybe tagen or corsair

optical drives are cheap nowaday but liteon and optaric are good brands

CPU fan you cant beat the True or the sunbeam ccf or as a bang for buck the Darknight

20-10-2009, 22:06:57

ayala421
OP have you looked at thermaltake for cases....my fulltower armor rocks and i only got it for only $100!

21-10-2009, 08:24:41

Rastalovich

125 views and only one person helping me, I was hoping this forum could be a little more helpful!!!


It's often said, if u have nothing +ve to add, it's best to say nothing.

At this moment in time I find it tricky to justify a spend of £1000 on kit. If it's possible to w8, I would w8.
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