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Newpcgamer1

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  1. I know there are not many racing games if any that support 4k so idk, im aiming at around 1440p
  2. thanks for the quick reply, I would either like 1 display, maybe curved to be just behind between by steering wheel and my pedals, so, rarely close, either I will get 1 display that is good enough for my use or go triple monitor, I am open to ultra wide, I dont know how much load a racing game puts out on a monitor but can't imagine it being as bad as a fps or something. what would you recommend ? I asked for my custom pc to run games smoothly at full settings without noticing frame drops or anything that will take away from my immersion and fun my bad for the typo, I can run 4 4k monitors, here are my pc specs : Logitech (MK270) Wireless Keyboard & Optical Mouse - (Wireless) 2 TB Seagate (2000 GB) SATA-III HDD 7200 RPM 64MB Cache 1 x 1.8 Metre UK Mains Power Cable Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 BIT Asus Dual Band Wireless Network Card 600Mbps & 1300Mbps (PCI-E) Corsair Hydro H100i Platinum RGB Pump & 2 x 120mm RGB Fans (Advanced Liquid Cooling) Corsair RMx 750W Gold (Modular) PSU - Low Noise / Silent Asus PRIME X299-DELUXE (Intel X299) - 6xUSB3.1/4xUSB2/WiFI/RGB Corsair 32GB Vengeance LPX 3600MHz (4x8GB) - Lifetime Warranty (DDR4) Game Max Eclipse (3 x RGB Fans) - Tempered Glass FREE - EU FedEx Delivery 3 Year Extreme Warranty (3 Year Collect & Return) Built & Tested - 9 Working Days 1 TB Samsung 970 EVO M.2 SSD, Read 3400MB/s, Write 2500MB/s - Silent NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti - 11 GB - (PCI-E) - DP/HDMI - HD/4K/VR - Supports 4 Monitors - TODAY ONLY LOW PRICE Intel i9 - 9900X Extreme (10 x 3.5 GHZ - Turbo 10 x 4.4 GHZ)
  3. Hello! I am ex pc user that moved to Mac and regretted it profoundly, I ordered a custom pc for gaming ( mostly racing sims) and am looking for the best bang for buck display out there, I checked out ROG's 65" 2.5K$ monster but apparently there are too many flaws for the price. I had a look around but it seems most monitors are in a transition phase and I dont know when the improved ones will come, so question is, should I wait, if so how long do you think? or what should I get now? Thank you very much!! all help appreciated. oh and my pc build can run 4 8k monitors so that shouldn't be the issue
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