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PostPosted: 22 May 2016, 03:14 

Joined: 22 May 2016, 03:07
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I currently have an ultra wide monitor, and I was thinking about getting two more of them, putting them in portrait and then using Nivida Surround. This would let me game in the aspect ratio 27:21, but I don't even know if games would support it. Has anyone done this before, or have any comments/concerns?

My current monitor is the LG 25UM56-P and I'm using the GTX 980 Ti, if it matters.


PostPosted: 28 May 2016, 10:02 

Joined: 11 May 2016, 11:53
Posts: 2
Location: Philippines
Hi. I'm on three PG348Q in Landscape Mode and on Quad Titan X.

My Temps on just staring at desktop alone @ 10320x1440 in surround and on idle is already at 41°C at minimums. The only time I recorded Temps via Aida64 is on FF XIV Heavens Ward with bezel corrected resolution, High Settings and for 30 minutes game play was 71°C at Maximum.

My GPU cooling: EK Waterblocks, 2 DDC Pumps running on Max Speed, 480mm Rads, push/pull fans.

I'm still new to Multi-Mon gaming and have been tinkering lately to get myself familiar.

Here is the preview of my monitor running WoT


nVidia Surround
Intel 5960X
EVGA Titan X in Quad SLI
Corsair DDR4 2400 64GB

PostPosted: 29 May 2016, 21:44 
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Joined: 08 May 2011, 18:58
Posts: 2286
I do not like 3x1P with 16:9 because the bezels are too much for me.



We gonna send it to outa space!

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