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Graphics Cards for 3 144Hz 3D Monitors

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Last response: in Displays
March 22, 2014 12:57:40 PM

I have at the moment one Benq XL2411T 1080p 144Hz monitor and i am going to buy another two of these to get a 3 screen setup, The graphics card i have at the moment is a XFX HD7870.
I am wanting to know what graphics card(s) would support all three monitors at 144Hz?(on the Desktop and 60 or more in games on max/high settings with AA turned off) I've been looking at the GTX 780Ti but at the moment there isn't a version with more than 3Gb of VRAM which i think i would need more for a resolution of 5760x1080, some models of the GTX 770 have 4GB of VRAM so would it be better to get two of them instead of the 780 Ti?

The monitors support Nvidia 3D vision so i would like a Nvidia GPU

My CPU, Motherboard and PSU
CPU: Intel core I5 3570K 3.4GHz (Ivy Bridge)
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z77 D3H (only supports 2 graphics cards)
PSU: Corsair TX750M (Upgradeable)

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March 22, 2014 1:05:06 PM

i'd imagine you would need a minimum of 2 770's to run 3 monitors at that resolution and refresh rate. I'm not sure of the 780ti, but only one might have issues staying above 60fps at max.
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March 25, 2014 12:57:53 AM

Two 4gb 770s should support all three monitors with a decent frame rate but a sli 780Ti configuration would be the best for all three monitors and keep them at a high fps. If you are willing to wait a bit longer, there has been some rumours of a soon to be released 780Ti 6gb version. Just one of these should power all of your of your monitors at a very decent frame rate. Although, if you had a sli congfiguration, you might need to upgrade your psu.
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August 7, 2015 3:19:34 PM

edit wrong thread.
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