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Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

Tbh i'm not 100% sure, I've always stuck to the RRR Rule with multiple screens, Keep the Resolution and Refresh Rate the same across the board........makes life much simpler.

If i ever upgrade my monitors then i'm replacing both of them.

Even if you use one for just desktop and the other one for gaming?
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Even if you use one for just desktop and the other one for gaming?

yeah, i don't play a lot of FPS's so the 120hz doesn't mean that much to me atm tbh.
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If youre just gonna troll, go away.

It doesnt bottleneck, even at stock I had 120fps in the little multiplayer gameplay I actually got out of these two together, in BF4 on Ultra, 4x MSAA.

i don't mean to piss you off. i was just gonna suggest to oc your cpu a little. i play BF4 with the i7 HToff @ 4.5 with a 290 and it so smooth but i only use 60Hz. your 280s are much faster.
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Totally academic I know, but just in case anyone wants to see a nearly clock for clock comparison between a cream of the crop R9-280x and a Gtx 780, here's some Firestrike scores I pulled. The 280x is a Matrix Platinum clocked at 1275 core/1750 mem and the 780 is an Msi Lightning at 1164 core boosting to 1280 and 1652 mem. The Matrix was pretty much maxed out and was essentially a suicide run as it was pretty unstable, but the Lightning has quite a bit more headroom and can easily be pushed over 1300 core. Both are still using stock air coolers and the system specs are the same, which are in my sig.




R9-280x-http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1354611



Gtx 780-http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1542802

here is the 290 at 1260 . . .



http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1895751
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here is the 290 at 1260 . . .



Well that definitely shows that a 290 is every bit as capable if not more so than a 780. Not bad at all! thumb.gif
     
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That is a nice Firestrike score for 1 card. It also make me happy that my graphics score is very close to that score.
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post #3347 of 9741
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No you can't run a 120hz and 60hz screen together........I hate to say it but it seems you did little to no research about these cards before you bought them.

Research? Lmao.

I ran the monitor at 144hz and 120hz (strobelight) with the other monitor at 60hz just fine on my 680.

And why would the 280X struggle with it? I dont see the reason.
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Get a new monitor or video card... simple. deal with it. ATI does't like the diff rates so it is what it is not a bad card etc.
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Get a new monitor or video card... simple. deal with it. ATI does't like the diff rates so it is what it is not a bad card etc.

That logic.
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Checking some prices of the RAM...holy cow, 16GB 2400 at 200$ or more...this is insane
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