Running DELL U3014, 3008WFP-HC and U3011 (8200x1600 8K surround) via triple dp cables running on dual Zotac AMP! Extreme 980Ti’s. I “upgraded” from dual AMD R9 290X. 1) Upon restarting or powering down the computer, only one screens loads at 640x480. Subsequent driver reinstallation coupled with full powering down of both PC and screens (physically unplugging the hardware) fixes it usually. Sometimes takes 10 tries. Sometimes one of screens still works at 640x480 while the other two screens run at 2560x1600. Surround screen is, of course, disabled, along with SLI. So after the n-th driver installation, which finally powers on all the screens with proper resolution, I also have to enable surround and SLI. Never happened with AMD. 2) Surround vsync is horribly broken – I get atrocious, non-standard ‘surround’ tearing with it enabled. MUCH worse than usual lack of vsync. Been broken for close to a year. Playing without vsync on triple screens is impossible, everything tears to hell. I’m forced to play on ONE screen. Windows is broken as well, cause everything is vsynced and alt-tab or win-tab or chrome artifact as hell when vsync is applied. Etcetera. Never happened with AMD. 3) Custom resolution button is greyed out and doesn’t work – been broken for a year. Dual 980ti DO NOT have the horsepower to run 8K. Overriding each screen to work at 1080p would be flawless (5760x1080 without bezel compensation) and I would get 60 fps on ultra – broken. Never happened with AMD. 4) I can’t even find bezel compensation in drivers! Used to be there!!! Never happened with AMD. 5) madvr is broken. Nvidia removed nnedi3 support literally few driver releases ago by forgetting to bundle the cl_nv_d3d9_sharing interop. I mostly use cards for video watching. Coupled with lack of vsync, I simply can’t. Never happened with AMD. 6) BF4 crashes within minutes with the dreaded directx error. Never happened with AMD. 7) Random and weird FPS drops in many, many newer games. Out of the blue. Cards are below 75C. Never happened with AMD. Selling the nvidia cards. Cards themselves are good I suppose, all the issues that I have are experienced by other poor folks running nvidia surround. Worthless cards.