ROG SWIFT PG278Q in triples

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  1. Pablo11

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    Hi
    I have a question is it possible to run triple ROG SWIFT PG278Q gsync in 7680x4320 resolution in rfactor2 ? Am i going to able run 144hz on lower settings?
    Is it worth investment am i going to see improvement?
    Right now i have three benq1080p monitors running 120hz.
    I have one asus 1080 and I 74790k cpu.
    Im thinking to go gsync but not sure if rfactor 2 will run with those monitors.
    Anyone have them or can give me advice on that?
     
  2. Emery

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    Math is your friend, even when the answer is "Hell no!"
    5760x1080 = 6,220,800 pixels which a single GTX 1080 can run at 120 Hz in your experience.
    7680x4320 = 33,177,600 pixels which would need 5x more GPU than a single GTX 1080 has.

    If you turn down all the rF2 settings, you *might* get a 50% fps boost, but you won't like the visuals (no AA, crappy textures, & no friggin shadows?!?) after spending money on a splendid looking monitor.
     
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    As an aside, watch for the 144Hz 32" 2560x1440 monitors. I *think* a single overclocked GTX 1080 Ti will run triple 1440p in multiview at the same refresh rate a GTX 1080 runs 5760x1080 and the pixel size is finer than the 27" 1080p.
     
  4. Pablo11

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    Thank you Emery.
    Yeah with my set i can run 120 fps and more depends on track . I did some research and figured that it will not work unless very low settings. As you said too much money to spend for monitors and then to run very low graphics does not make sense.
    If rfactor2 support sli properly then could be an option im guessing
     

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