Unless it's a DX12 game that the developers included multi gpu support for (which is basically no games) you need sli to use two cards. HoweverI have a question about bifurcation. I'm very new at this....
I'm in my way of building a new system for cad sketch up and Photoshop working, normally I render with vray, and I've been thinking about the best possible way to spend my money in order to have low render times.
After seeing that there's no difference at all in render time between Nvidia 2060 2070 and 2080 super.... And also that two 2060 super gives me better performance that a 2080 ti or even a Titan... I've come to the conclusion that the wiser thing is to buy a couple of 2060 supers with the bifurcation thing.
The question is: for those times that I play with my PC (not that often) will I be able to use that extra power or will I be playing as if I had a single 2060 super? Will I be force to use an sli bridge if I want them to work together while playing?
Thank you in advance.
A) SLI is basically dead, not many games support it anymore and some games that don't support it will actually run worse.
B) The 2060 does not support SLI, only the 2070 super and up
C) If your work load doesn't scale from 2060 to 2070, why do you think it will scale by adding another 2060?