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Originally Posted by danjal View Post

I sold a couple old gpus and have some money I can put towards a computer upgrade.. I got $480 out of the gpu's I sold, so I have around $400 left out of that..



I am running a Crossover 32s 2560x1440@75hz

I mean it's your money do what you want with it but you're hardly stressing one 1070 at that point. You're not going to notice any difference in performance with 2 unless you get a monitor with a higher refresh. You would definitely be future proof for other upgrades down the road though.
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Originally Posted by loki993 View Post

I mean it's your money do what you want with it but you're hardly stressing one 1070 at that point. You're not going to notice any difference in performance with 2 unless you get a monitor with a higher refresh. You would definitely be future proof for other upgrades down the road though.

Thats kind of what I was figuring.. . If a 4k monitor happens to comes out with a 75hz or 100hz refresh rate I might would get one..
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