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video card (gtx 2070) has maximum digital resolution of 7680x4320. (33177600 pixels)

2k monitor ( 2560x1440) = 3686400 pixels 

To find how many 2k monitors this video card can handle, do I do the math like, 33177600 / 3686400 = 9? meaning, it has the power to support 9 monitors? 

or is the math like, 7680 / 2560    and 4320 / 1440? which is 3.

 

please help

 

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6 minutes ago, Dictionary said:

video card (gtx 2070) has maximum digital resolution of 7680x4320. (33177600 pixels)

2k monitor ( 2560x1440) = 3686400 pixels 

To find how many 2k monitors this video card can handle, do I do the math like, 33177600 / 3686400 = 9? meaning, it has the power to support 9 monitors? 

or is the math like, 7680 / 2560    and 4320 / 1440? which is 3.

 

please help

 

I'm pretty sure it can do two 1440p monitors. Look into it though, you're definitely not the first person to have this question.

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Maximum display resolution is limited by the maximum number of displays supported by the card. In current generation Nvidia cards, this is typically 4. So a max display resolution of 7880 x 4320 means that 2 x 4K (3840 x 2160) or 3 x 2K (2560 x 1440) or 4 x HD (1920 x 1080).

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3 minutes ago, brob said:

Maximum display resolution is limited by the maximum number of displays supported by the card. In current generation Nvidia cards, this is typically 4. So a max display resolution of 7880 x 4320 means that 2 x 4K (3840 x 2160) or 3 x 2K (2560 x 1440) or 4 x HD (1920 x 1080).

theres something called, multiple stream transport. https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=21970&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIz76a_f2H3wIVzEwNCh2aTA5sEAQYASABEgLuvfD_BwE

i can use this? or no

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You could, but if you read the description you will note that the 4K received from the gpu is either duplicated on, or mapped across the given displays.

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4 minutes ago, brob said:

You could, but if you read the description you will note that the 4K received from the gpu is either duplicated on, or mapped across the given displays.

okay, ive decide to go with 1080p

ill need 7 video cards. each one outputs 4 monitors, except the 7th one. itll output only 1 monitor

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I don't believe you will need more than 1 gpu. Check out monitors designed for video walls from Samsung, LG, and other manufacturers.

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