decent eyefinity monitor recomendations

Discussion in 'Computer Monitor Forum' started by DualCORE1, Oct 11, 2015.

  1. DualCORE1

    DualCORE1 Master Guru

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    Hi iam looking for some decent 27inch 4k 144hz monitors with thin bezels and not to dear, looking to spend about £1000 or less for all 3 monitors if possible, to use in eyefinity configuration , any suggestions
     
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    xeph Master Guru

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    are you serious? the best you can do is 3 1440p 144hz, but that would be more than a 1000 pounds.
     
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    You'd be pushing the video card pretty hard, don't think there are too many cards that can do 11520x2160 in gaming. I assume you want it for gaming by the 144 Hz?
     
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    iam willing to spend more than 1000, may end up upgrading graphics card and psu,
     
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    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    What you're asking for doesn't exist and even if it did, can't be pushed beyond 30FPS by even the best quad-SLi / CF setup.

    There are no 27" 4K 144Hz monitors.
     
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    true, i should of done a bit more reasearch, seems 1400p monitors only support 60hz refresh rate and like you said would need alot of power and even then would get fairly low fps

    looks like iam going to go with 3 1080p 144hz monitors instead, was looking at BenQ XL2720Z https://www.overclockers.co.uk/popup_image.php?prodid=MO-098-BQ
    price would be £1047 which isnt too bad,
     

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