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brettt777

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This is basically what my new build has in it:

 

i7 4790 CPU @ 3.6ghz

nVidia GTX-770 2GB DDR5

16GB HyperX Fury DDR3

MSI Z97S main board

2TB Seagate HDD

Sound Blaster Zx

 

Right now I have a single 23" Samsung monitor. Would this system run triple 23" monitors well or would it absolutely have to be set up for SLI first? I want to do the SLI thing at some point but right now I don't have the $$$ for both the extra monitors and another GTX-770.


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Gday brett777.

Yes, you can run 3 monitors without using SLI, might have to turn off some of the eye candy to get good frame rates.

Use the tool on this page to sort out the connections needed.

http://www.geforce.c...em-requirements


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Gday brett777.

Yes, you can run 3 monitors without using SLI, might have to turn off some of the eye candy to get good frame rates.

Use the tool on this page to sort out the connections needed.

http://www.geforce.c...em-requirements

 

Okay great, hopefully Santa will bring me a second GTX-770 for Christmas. Thanks a million.


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