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Monday, 29 October 2007 11:25

No SLI in Crysis Demo

Written by Slobodan Simic

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TWIMTBP title without SLI

 

The Crysis demo has been out for a few days and we have already heard from various people that Nvidia's SLI doesn't work.

We would probably let this one go, if Crysis weren't a "The Way It's Meant To Be Played" title. Nvidia reacted and issued a statement that the full game will support SLI; of course, this will happen after you install a patch. In addition to that, it looks as if the Forceware 169.01 64-bit drivers also have some problems with the 64-bit version of the game.

We know that Crysis is only a Beta, but since we are talking about the TWIMTBP title, SLI is a must. Another interesting story about Crysis just went online, so be sure to drop in a bit later.


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