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Nvidia SLI: Seiko? Display?


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I have just installed 178.13 driver for my dual 8700 GT SLI cards. When I go into Nvidia control panel, then Set SLI Configuration, I click on Enable SLI Technology, I have to select the display to view SLI rendered content on: Seiko or Display. What is Seiko and Display and what is the difference between the two?

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Seiko is most likely an internal laptop display made by the Samsung Seiko Epson Corp (SEC). This is probably the display you want.

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Thanks for the information. Also does anyone know anything about problems with booting with SLI turned off with this driver? It doesn't boot unless the ac adapter is plugged in. Thanks.

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  • 1 month later...
Seiko is most likely an internal laptop display made by the Samsung Seiko Epson Corp (SEC). This is probably the display you want.

Agreed. First time chose 'Display' and just got a black screen. Started in safe mode, uninstalled drivers then reinstalled, and picked 'Seiko' instead. Now works fine.

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