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1080ti + 1440p triples?

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Hi all,

Currently use a 55" 4k tv as my sim screen. Running at its native resolution with high settings on most sims runs well with my 1080ti. I purchased a Samsung CRG9 ultra-wide but wasn't that impressed so im wanting to go down the triple monitor route.

Ideally looking for 27+ screens nothing less than 27" Ideally 30". Does anyone know will a 1080ti run triple 1440p monitors or am i best to stick to 1080p?

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Jens Roos

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rf2, ams, ac 60hz should be ok, i have 1080ti in SLI at stable 100hz

acc, SLI scaling was not working so have not any relevant numbers, but doubt 60hz with high settings possible
 
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It might also depend on the games you want to run and the compromises you're willing to make. In terms of resolution, three 1440p monitors equals 11+ megapixels vs 4K @ 8.2mp (or 2560x1080x3 Ultrawide...).
 
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got a RX 5700XT Red Devil, 24"x3 (triples) 5760x1080 and got 60-65 fps with max Settings + reshade in ACC
 

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You might be better off with one double-wide 1440p monitor, e.g. Samsung CRG90.

Same principles are triple screen but only 2x the pixels. And less software trouble.
 

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Dud, he already has or had a Samsung CRG90, my interest is why he did not get
on with it.
It is probably the next monitor I am looking towards:)
 
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Looking at the ultra wide 49" 32:9 screen it would give for example FOV at 100 degree compared to 60 degree on 27" 16:9. Triples 3x27" same distance close to 180 degree FOV.

Another "problem", there is no good support in-game for wide or curved so the picture might get that stretched look.

But on downside for triples, they have the multi-view requirement, border, expensive, space, mounting and requires more GPU for the same result.
 
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