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May 8, 2014 8:49:39 AM

I am not a crazy gamer and don't have any overkill system quite the opposite actually. My rig is only mid-range with nice specs for me at the moment but I really want triple monitor display for gaming and I have for a while now. All I want to know is what could I do to achieve the display like more Ram or more importantly I think what card could I get to pair in SLI with my current card. But anyway please give any suggestions and just to say I'm not really a graphics whore and can live with lower than ultra settings which is what I'm pretty sure I am going to have to do so yeah please help anyone :D .

PC Specs -

-8GB Corsair Vengance 1600mhz RAM
-AMD FX-6300 6 core 4.1ghz (with water cooling + over clocked)
-Sapphire AMD Radeon 7870 2gb
-500 watt PSU
-Windows 7 Ultimate

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May 8, 2014 8:59:42 AM

You wanna give us your PC specs?
May 8, 2014 9:07:34 AM

Kekoh said:
You wanna give us your PC specs?

HAHAHA omfg sarry I can't believe I forgot that lol
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May 8, 2014 9:48:44 AM

What games do you plan of playing @ 5760x1080? What kind of fps are you looking to get at that resolution?
May 8, 2014 11:05:36 AM

Presler said:
You can xfire only with the same card you already have, you'll hve to buy that same card again and xfire it. You can even 3 way xfire it. With 3 way crossfire, you can easily play game with triple setup even at ultra settings. Or you can sell this graphics card and sli two nvidia 780 tis.

Ok thanks
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May 8, 2014 11:24:50 AM

Crossfire 7870's might be a little weak for triple monitor gaming. It would have decent power but 2GB of VRAM might reduce performance by quite a bit.

I mean it would probably run 5760x1080, but on medium, maybe low settings? Depending on your budget, it might be a good idea to sell your current card and get a single powerful card like a 290X or 290. I always prefer a single pwoerful card to a dual gpu setup.