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    best video card for triple 24" monitor?

    i was wondering if one EVGA GTX 780Ti will be able to handle three screens at 1080p? Thank in advance.
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    u have 3 monitors and not know properly what to buy? if u have money then buy the high end products! they will be able to better handle ur games any any case and settings

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    Your fps will drop considerable with just one card, 2 ti's is really what would be used for best results.
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    I am using a R9 280X running my 3 24" asus monitors @ 5760x1080p playing all my games at ultra settings. works better than 2 HD 7950'S

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    I got an Asus 680 gtx 4 gb running three older but good Samsungs at 5320x1050 plus an Acer 23" touch screen, got very good quality flightsimming going.
    So, a single but high memory card can do a lot. But again depends on what your gaming will be.

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    1 card?

    Titan-Z. or R9 295 x2

    But if it is a single-GPU card, then you need at least two.
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    Gtx780 6gb sli.


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    thanks all for your response..
    Case: Corsair 900D
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    CPU: i7 4770k /w Corsair h105 cooler
    Ram: Corsair Vengeance Pro (8x2)16GB 2400mhz
    PSU: Corsair ax860
    Graphics: undecided??
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    HD: Western Digital Black 1tb (storage)

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    depending on the game a 3gig or 4 gig can do trippel monitor setup.
    as i stated, depends on the game.
    you dont need a titan-z thats just totaly bull TBH.
    you can get a normal titan ( the first titan non black edittion ) witch have "6 gigs" of memory. ( ask arne saknussen ).
    the first titan is between the 780 and 780TI when it comes to performance.
    but all in all it depends on how mutch you want to spend realy.

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    A pair of GTX 780's would do the trick, or CF R9-290's...

    Personally I would go for the AMD option now as they have 4gb of Vram which is helpful at high screen resolutions.
    I doubt a single GTX 780Ti would produce decent framerates, however I suppose it depends on the game. BF4 and Metro Last Light may be problematic but some of the Unreal 3 and source based games should be fine.

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