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Three 1440p 144hz monitors, One 1080ti?

3 minutes ago, G3nnaro said:

Is it possible my card will be able to handle playing games on these monitors?

 

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It'll be able to play, just not each one at 144fps in every single game. My buddy has two 980tis for his 3 144hz 1080p displays. Furthermore, many games don't even support multi-monitor configurations. 

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1 minute ago, cj09beira said:

no but if you play at 3x 1080p yes 

What if I was just playing on one monitor rather than using all 3. Would that still cause an issue?

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12 minutes ago, G3nnaro said:

What if I was just playing on one monitor rather than using all 3. Would that still cause an issue?

no that would work perfectly fine.
I have 1 GTX980 and a 27" 1440p 144hz w/ gsync monitor and I am able to hit ~60fps in most games :) (which looks pretty daamn fine with gsync)

DX12 does NOT stack VRAM in SLI (read here). There is no 'Bottleneck' (read here). Windows installed the CORRECT way (Read here).

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well i run a x34 3440x1440 on a 1070 and hit 100fps so a 1080 ti will do great on a single moniter, the ti would run 3 1440p's but not each at 144hz

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Its can run them at what ever hz you set without issue. Frames will depends on game and settings. So old and easy stuff would work.

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