Nvidia has just released version 361.75 of its graphics drivers. Along with a handful of SLI profile updates, there's a new feature out of left field. The company has added beta support for external graphics cards over Thunderbolt 3 connections.
This new feature is supported on all GeForce cards in the 900 series, as well as the GeForce Titan X, GTX 750, and 750 Ti models. Besides the Thunderbolt 3 goodness, Nvidia added SLI profiles for Rise of the Tomb Raider, Tom Clancy's The Division, and Metal Gear Solid V multiplayer. The SLI profiles for Rainbow Six: Siege and Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo were updated, too.
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