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The best GPU for a multi monitor setup ?

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Hi guys

 

 

Q1 whats the best GPU in multi monitor using ?

 

Q2 is it a better if use two GPUs (two same type powerful ones) or a powerful GPU with another GPU of multiscreen using (even if not powerful as the first GPU) ?

 

 

Thx

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980ti for 3 monitors at $650 the card will good for a long time. I can't afford that type of card but with 3 monitors need vram and AA capabitlies to provide good picture.

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980ti for 3 monitors at $650 the card will good for a long time. I can't afford that type of card but with 3 monitors need vram and AA capabitlies to provide good picture.

 

What about its FRAMES average along these 3 monitors ?????

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All depends on your hardware, software and settings. No one can tell up front what the actual performance of a GPU in your system will be.

When you have exact specification of your setup and you can find someone with exactly the same setup in hardware, software and settings, you should be able to get reasonable estimate of the performance of your system.

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What about its FRAMES average along these 3 monitors ?????

 

If you are using FSX or FSX-SE, your CPU determines your highest possible FPS. The GPU can help or hurt to some extent but it is only an additional effect.

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Surely i use the latest P3D version....

 

Specs will :

 

Intel Skylake i7 6700K

8GB rams 3000Mhz.

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Titan X 12Gb ....

Have one myself ivw NVSurround and a 3 monitor outside view.

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It all dependens on what you are going to view. Here is an example that work very fine for my setup. The GT 630 is fan less and cost almost nothing.

 

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