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GTX1060 Dual monitor

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As long as you're not usin it for anything strenuous, such as gaming or video editing.  That's quite a bit of power required for an entry-level card.  That card is mainly for 1080p gamin at medium to low-ultra settings, so a 4k and a 144Hz would be quite a bit for such an entry level/just above entry level card.


You also need adequate cooling for your processor, since more monitors and higher refresh rates increase the demand on it and can cause overheating; so no stock Intel coolers.

OS:      Windows 10 - Professional (64-bit)

CPU:    i7-8700K 3.7GHz (8th gen)

GPU:    EVGA GTX 1070ti FTW2 8gb

MB:      ASUS RoG Maximus X Hero Z-370 (ATX)

RAM:    16gb (2x8) DDR4-3200MHz G.Skill TridentZ RGB (CL16)

HD:      2TB Seagate FireCuda (SSHD)

E-HD:   8tb Seagate

PSU:     EVGA 750w B3, 80+ Bronze (modular)

UPS:     900w CyberPower

Display: BenQ 27" 1440p 144Hz 1ms (XL2730)

Mouse:  E-3lue Cobra - Wired (400/800/1600 DPI)

KeyB:    Sharkoon Skiller (wired)

Case:    Enermax Coenus

Other:   2x CD/DVD Player/Burner

            XB-1 Wireless Adapter w/Controller

            XB360 Wireless Adapter w/Controller

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If it just for displaying output then you're good to go, I guess you'll using the 144hz for gaming and 4K for media consumption? Not recommending gaming on 4k with 1060 tho the fps will be low (in Triple A titles) 

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Not for gaming on both of those but just desktop or some YT video and a game should be fine.

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