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Will Triple 1440p on a GTX 1080 run Fortnite on Max Settings?

Use Nvidia's DSR to run the game at 3x 1440p. This should give you an idea of how it'll run.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have an i7 6800k and a gtx 1080, I already have one Samsung CHG70 32 inch 16:9 monitor and I was wondering if I got 2 more, what kind of framerate could I expect using nvidia surround running all 3 with the game?


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Just now, General Winter said:

he doesn't have the other 2 monitors if you read what he wrote

That makes even less sense.How would that be practical at all.

A 32inch monitor is already fucking massive


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3x 1440P might be a stretch, that's a lot of pixels

 

Might be a struggle, 1080 drops below 50 FPS at 4k

 

https://www.techspot.com/article/1557-fortnite-benchmarks/


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, stealth80 said:

3x 1440P might be a stretch, that's a lot of pixels

 

Might be a struggle, 1080 drops below 50 FPS at 4k

 

https://www.techspot.com/article/1557-fortnite-benchmarks/

Damn, you're right, what if I ran it with lower settings, no post processing and low shadows? Maybe I can just run it at low settings until the 1180 is released?


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Just now, General Winter said:

not for this guy(OP)

Sure then

You probaly can do it just not at Max settings

Also be prepared for neck pain


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Just now, David1521 said:

Damn, you're right, what if I ran it with lower settings, no post processing and low shadows?

its still going to be a struggle, unless you drop to 3x 1080P


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, stealth80 said:

its still going to be a struggle, unless you drop to 3x 1080P

Does 1080p look really bad on a 1440p monitor?


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1 minute ago, David1521 said:

Does 1080p look really bad on a 1440p monitor?

 

Just now, XtremeCookiez said:

Use Nvidia's DSR to run the game at 3x 1440p. This should give you an idea of how it'll run.

 


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, XtremeCookiez said:

Use Nvidia's DSR to run the game at 3x 1440p. This should give you an idea of how it'll run.

Thank you, I will reply with my framerate once I get home from work.


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26 minutes ago, CyberFern0 said:

My 1080 runs 4K high Destiny 2 at 70-80 FPS. It might be because it’s at 1911 Mhz though.

Well so? lol sorry xD

 

Its a completely different game - different engine and different optimisations - 70 to 80 FPS is optimistic as well, considering my 1080 @ 2100mhz doesn't do that 


 

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1 hour ago, stealth80 said:

Well so? lol sorry xD

 

Its a completely different game - different engine and different optimisations - 70 to 80 FPS is optimistic as well, considering my 1080 @ 2100mhz doesn't do that 

Huh?!?! I have an FE at 1.9 and you have a custom at 2.1. How do you not hit 70-80?

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18 hours ago, CyberFern0 said:

Huh?!?! I have an FE at 1.9 and you have a custom at 2.1. How do you not hit 70-80?

don't know, maybe I should look again, could be some improvements to the engine since release


 

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