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Hey guys,

Right now I have 1 GTX 680 2GB and an Acer GD235HZ BID 23.6" 3D Vision 120HZ 1080p LCD Monitor

I plan on getting 2 more of these monitors and another 680.

I will be mostly playing BF3 and BF4 when it comes out. Will the 2 680 2GB's be enough to run these 3 monitors with good FPS?

Or am I wasting my money.
 

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Its very nice to have multi-monitors for Internet browsing or multi-tasking...for games too.

But you will be very limited with 2 x GTX 680 especially 2GB version. It will be enough for you to have fun but you will have to cut down on some quality settings, such as AA.
 

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Yeah, the 2GB will be your limiting factor there.
 

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Originally Posted by atibbo69 View Post

Hey guys,

Right now I have 1 GTX 680 2GB and an Acer GD235HZ BID 23.6" 3D Vision 120HZ 1080p LCD Monitor

I plan on getting 2 more of these monitors and another 680.

I will be mostly playing BF3 and BF4 when it comes out. Will the 2 680 2GB's be enough to run these 3 monitors with good FPS?

Or am I wasting my money.
I run 2 680s in SLI and 3 1080p monitors in 5760x1080. Its pretty good. You wont be able to do 3d surround though
 

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Are your 680's the 2GB version?

Also, what if I sold my current 680 and bought a titan?
Yeah, Mine are refernce 680s. 1 Asus and 1 Zotac. Both are 2GB models. TBH, I'd keep my 680s in SLI and wait for the 7 series. Titan isn't really worth the jump.
 
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