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Published 1 month agoWed, 06 Feb 2019 14:35:42 -0800

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Tags: Nvidia, SLI

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I've been trouble shooting my brother's computer and I have a feeling there's something with the SLI. How do I find out if the SLI is working? What do I need to do to find out?

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There's one sure-shot way to find whether SLI is enabled on your games or not. Let's see how you can check that.

Open the Nvidia Control Panel. It can be opened by right-clicking on your desktop and choosing the same. You can also bring up the search by pressing the Windows key and type for the same.

Once open, the Nvidia Control Panel has a direct link to access SLI in the Task menu that's present on the left-hand side. Go there and then click on the "Set SLI and PhysX configuration".

Enable SLI will be toggled on (the radial button will be marked) if it's enabled. If not, then you can mark it on. If you enable it, don't forget to click on Apply.

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