Maximum Pre-Rendered Frames
Does this setting actually do anything for SLI? Or does it only affect single GPU setups? I've tested a bunch of games at length with MPRF set anywhere from 1 all the way to 8, and it seems to make absolutely [b][i][u]zero difference[/u][/i][/b] on performance or input lag in SLI. On a different single GPU system, lowering MPRF to 1 noticeably reduces input lag in many of those same games.
Does this setting actually do anything for SLI? Or does it only affect single GPU setups?

I've tested a bunch of games at length with MPRF set anywhere from 1 all the way to 8, and it seems to make absolutely zero difference on performance or input lag in SLI.

On a different single GPU system, lowering MPRF to 1 noticeably reduces input lag in many of those same games.

#1
Posted 12/07/2017 06:54 AM   
this setting controls the frames prepared by cpu before they reach the swap queue.
this setting controls the frames prepared by cpu before they reach the swap queue.



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#2
Posted 12/07/2017 08:30 AM   
[quote="Sora"]this setting controls the frames prepared by cpu before they reach the swap queue.[/quote] I know what it's supposed to do. But I want to know whether it's functional for SLI, since testing all values between 1 to 8 inclusive had no effect whatsoever. It seems to only work in single GPU.
Sora said:this setting controls the frames prepared by cpu before they reach the swap queue.

I know what it's supposed to do. But I want to know whether it's functional for SLI, since testing all values between 1 to 8 inclusive had no effect whatsoever. It seems to only work in single GPU.

#3
Posted 12/07/2017 09:13 AM   
SLI uses driver side quad buffering and splits frame preparation across additional driver multithreading. It might not be prerenderered frames compatible.
SLI uses driver side quad buffering and splits frame preparation across additional driver multithreading. It might not be prerenderered frames compatible.



In Memory of Chris "ChrisRay" Arthington, 1982-2010

Specs:
CPU:Intel Xeon x5690 @ 4.2Ghz, Mainboard:Asus Rampage III Extreme, Memory:48GB Corsair Vengeance LP 1600
Video:EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 Founders Edition, NVidia Geforce GTX 1060 Founders Edition
Monitor:ROG PG279Q, BenQ BL2211, Sound:Creative XFI Titanium Fatal1ty Pro
SDD:Crucial MX300 275, Crucial MX300 525, Crucial MX300 1000
HDD:500GB Spinpoint F3, 1TB WD Black, 2TB WD Red, 1TB WD Black
Case:NZXT Phantom 820, PSU:Seasonic X-850, OS:Windows 7 SP1
Cooler: ThermalRight Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme

CPU:Intel Xeon x5670 @ 3.8Gz, Mainboard:Asus Rampage II Gene, Memory:24GB Corsair Vengeance LP 1600
Video:EVGA Geforce GTX 680+ 4GB
Monitor:55" Thorn TV, Sound:Sony Muteki 7.1
SDD:Crucial MX200 250, HDD: 1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3
Case:NZXT Phantom 410, PSU:Corsair 620HX, OS:Windows 10
Cooler: ThermalRight TRUE Spirit 120M BW Rev.A

#4
Posted 12/08/2017 12:41 AM   
That's what I figured.
That's what I figured.

#5
Posted 12/08/2017 05:54 AM   
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