OverKILL3D - ROG Swift PG279 Triple Screen Test with Strix 1080 SLI

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OverKill 3D - ASUS GTX 1080 SLI and 7K Triple Screens

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OverKill 3D - ASUS GTX 1080 SLI and 7K Triple Screens  

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27-09-2016, 16:07:46

RickPlaysWarr
Hi Tom

I wish I had that setup. Dam thats $2400 plus tax in monitors here in California. I wonder if the twin MSI 1070 Gaming X cards in my H440 build could drive this.

I bow to your Massive Setup!

--Rick--Quote

27-09-2016, 16:28:53

realneil
This is a lofty setup. Thanks for sharing it with us. (Now, if I could just win the lottery!)Quote

27-09-2016, 16:30:12

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by RickPlaysWarr View Post
Hi Tom

I wish I had that setup. Dam thats $2400 plus tax in monitors here in California. I wonder if the twin MSI 1070 Gaming X cards in my H440 build could drive this.

I bow to your Massive Setup!

--Rick--
First off, I have nothing towards this, so don't take it the wrong way... I just gotta ask, how come you always (atleast often) start your post with "Hi Tom"?

Secondly, we all wish for monstorious stuff... Like some wish for an Lamborghini, but probably never will afford one. Or would have to sell certain body parts to afford one Quote

27-09-2016, 16:54:02

Bartacus
That left screen sucks bum. Damn, that would be a crazy daily driver setup! Fallout 4 would look spectacularly bad in a res that huge.

EDIT: that is some wicked 3-screen wallpaper BTW! Noice!Quote

27-09-2016, 18:47:00

jimma47
Man that's impressive. I think I'll stick with three screens for a while yet. For racing and flight it's amazing immersion. Just wish I could stretch the vertical to my fourth monitor up top. My limited VR (Oculus DK2) was nice but made me a bit motion sick. Individual results may vary so it's nice to have options.

Still seems like we're at least another generation away from high res high refresh rates being playable for less than silly money. Well on more than one panel at a time at least.

We can all dream tho Quote
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