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I am hoping some experienced home cockpit builders would review my plans and questions (listed below), and provide some insight regarding a multiple monitor setup, so I know what to purchase. I am trying to avoid making any costly mistakes... I’ve been buying hardware to start my home Cockpit Build for P3D. Please note that I have too much invested in Add-ons for P3D, so I am not considering Xplane at this time. In recent months I've invested in the following: Intel 8700K PC running at 5GHZ / Nvidia 1080 Ti / SSDs Brunner CLS-E Yoke Javiator Com1 / Nav 1 Javiator Transponder Replaced my very old CH Pedals with Saitek Combat pedals CH Throttle Quadrant (temporary due to budget constraints) Various switch panels I have been working in CAD to design the panel and cutouts for a Cessna 310R Instruments will be a combination of: • Air Manager running on PC with a single 17” LED monitor for co-pilot’s side gauges • Flight Illusion instruments for pilot’s side gauges • Javiator complete radio stack • Eventually a GNS530??? For visuals: • 65” LG TV as the primary display • Pair of 32” monitors for left and right wing views • 17” monitor for co-pilot’s gauges So regarding graphics: - Can I run the front view and both wing views on a single 1080 Ti? Or should I consider getting another 1080 Ti and run SLI? - Can I run the AirManger monitor via one of the 1080 Ti cards? (I read that all monitors have to be the same resolution in P3D, not sure if that’s true?) Note: I do not want to run AirManger on iPad. I’d rather spend money on another 1080 Ti than an iPad, and run AirManger for PC instead - Should I get a budget PC to run my gauges over a network? Thank you in Advance Chris