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Which GPUs support 3 monitors?

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January 11, 2013 12:39:54 AM

Hi, I'm looking to buy a new graphics card which will support 3 monitors. However, I'm having a hard time figuring out which GPUs support 3 monitors, as the one I have now (GeForce GTX 560) does not. I'm looking for an upgrade to something of the current generation (600 or 7000 series) that will give me at least the same performance as what I have now. I'm an avid gamer, I play LoL, BF3, and a lot of skyrim, and would like to play those at least on high settings at at least 60 fps.

Anyone have any suggestions?

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January 11, 2013 12:53:04 AM

3 monitors? how much are you willing to spend because high settings at 60 fps.. can be demanding for 3 screens unless you have a good enough GPU
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January 11, 2013 12:54:14 AM

All AMD cards.for the last several years do. Only nvidias newest, high end ones do.

you will need to provide a lot more info. Resolution, if you want to game on all 3, PSU, budget etc. at 1080p on a single screen a 7870 would be a good choice.

On all 3 on high at 1080p a 7970 or 2.... Big difference
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January 11, 2013 12:57:38 AM

Optionally, the Nvidia card you have now will support 3 monitors in SLI.
a b U Graphics card
January 11, 2013 1:04:39 AM

A 7970 would be able to give you playable experience at 5760x1080, add a 2nd 7970 and it will blow your mind.

You will need to aim a lot higher than a 560 equivalent
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January 11, 2013 1:12:06 AM

zander1983 said:
A 7970 would be able to give you playable experience at 5760x1080, add a 2nd 7970 and it will blow your mind.

You will need to aim a lot higher than a 560 equivalent


$700 higher than the 560 lol
January 11, 2013 1:30:35 AM

I have a 2500K. I'm not planning on gaming on any more than 1 monitor, I'll only have things that are not graphically demanding open (such as live streams, random websites, etc).
a b U Graphics card
January 11, 2013 1:47:17 AM

7870, 7950 or 660 or 670 should do the job
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