What is the minimun for running two 1440p high refresh monitors ?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by cucaulay malkin, Sep 27, 2020.

  1. cucaulay malkin

    cucaulay malkin Member Guru

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    I recently sold my 2070S,3080 on the way.It may be a long wait though,so I'd like a card that can run two high refresh rate 1440p monitors (144+165hz) off DPs
     
  2. Sara6Girls

    Sara6Girls New Member

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    As for the processor, you need a number of cores, not less than six cores and 12 fractions, as the minimum requirements in order not to get a bottleneck when the frames rise, as the role of the processor increases in processing.

    As for the video card, that depends on the money you have + the graphics settings that you will be playing with.

    It is best to wait until we see the competition between AMD and Nvidia this month.
     
  3. insp1re2600

    insp1re2600 Maha Guru

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    why would he need 6 cores 12 threads for mere use of two monitors? it totally depends on the use scenario.
     
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  4. Sara6Girls

    Sara6Girls New Member

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    I experimented with owners of four-core processors and 8 threads, and I found that they reach a usage of 90-100% quickly, so most of the users I help with the upgrade or new purchase relied on 6-12 as the least use. Either the method of use, when the usage rises to 100%, you cannot extract the full power of the card

    I support the hex-core processor with 12 HT as a minimum in order to ensure the future and that the processor does not reach the edge of the bottleneck. Therefore, the new Intel 10400 and AMD processors with 2600-3600 processors have excellent prices.
     

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