Originally Posted by KaRLiToS
Poor you if you only have a single Titan for multi-monitors, must suck a lot.
I bet you reduce quality settings in all games to run at decent FPS.
Wait, you don't even have a damn Titan. How are you going to tell me how it performs? Running 1 monitor or 3 sees hardly any performance hit to the damn thing. Certainly not a linear decrease per monitor added by any means. In fact, the drop in FPS on rift, going from 1 to 3 monitors, is no more than a few FPS. So I really don't even get what you are saying. No, I get it. You are a benchmark racer. You don't actually have the thing in front of you to experience on your own, so you rely on framerate numbers and nothing else.
Did you know that consoles run perfectly smooth at 30 fps? Did you also know that 60 fps really doesn't matter for any game other than a shooter, in which case it still isnt a huge deal unless you are trying to play competatively? Do I prefer 60 fps? Of course I do. Am I going to cry when the game I am running smooth as silk is a little less? No, because 90% of the time I don't notice the dip unless I am watching the counter like a hawk.
My gaming experience is smooth and I am more than happy with it with only one card. I intend to buy a second one and run a 4k screen. 80%ish increase in performance with only a 33% increase in pixels to push. Yeah, I think I will be just fine. You can keep your... what are you rocking? a 680? No, judging by your condescending attitude towards everyone, you probably have two. Great. So you have slightly better performance than I do with twice the heat and power consumption.
Hang on, let me get a second one and blow two 680s out of the water, and 3 of them for that matter.
If you want to argue about e-peen or performance per dollar, you can feel free to start over with pure AMD. You are welcome to speculate on how much I care starting now however.Edited by Masta Squidge - 6/20/13 at 11:57am