Solved When is SLI needed? Tags: Graphics Last response: August 30, 2013 2:10 PM in Graphics & Displays Share g335 August 30, 2013 2:01:27 PM Hello Building a new pc soon, not sure which video card will go with but the screen resolution I will probably go with is 1920x1080p. I will game and do video editing, 3D design, and rendering. My cpu will be a AMD 8350. Would SLI benefit at all with this set up? I might buy a second monitor to use when I am doing the 3D, digital graphics and rendering. More about : sli needed Best solution Mousemonkey August 30, 2013 2:10:28 PM As far as I'm aware SLi is strictly for gaming, I don't think you will gain any benefit from it in the uses you have specified. Share Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPower supply needed for sli 980 Forum SolvedHelp needed with SLI card temperatures (GTX760) Forum Solved3-Way SLI motherboard needed! Forum SolvedAM3+ Socket and SLI compatable motherboard needed Forum SolvedAdvice Needed: SLI or Single GPU? Forum SolvedAdvice Needed: SLI or Single GPU? Forum SolvedSLI Capable Motherboard Needed Forum SolvedIs SLI realy needed? Forum SolvedLenovo Y510 (GT750m SLI) needed drivers Forum SolvedSli bridge needed Forum SolvedMobo needed for gaming, OC, SLI, Haswell, 2400 DRAM Forum watts needed for GTX 970 SLI? Forum SolvedWattage needed for 660ti SC SLI Forum SolvedDoes SLI only kick in when both cards are needed? Forum SolvedHelp needed with SLI Power Forum Solved[ Nvidia SLI weird problem ] Very challenging problem, None of the expert people i know could fix it - Help Needed. Forum SolvedPSU needed for SLI 760GTX Forum SolvedHELP NEEDED! Z87 ASUS Sabertooth 2-Way SLI GTX Titan Forum Solvedmotherboard for video editing/rendering some gaming sli/crossfire may be needed in the future Forum SolvedASRock 970 Extreme4 SLI & RAM? Help needed Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !