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 Post subject: Triple Monitor Menu Lag
PostPosted: 19 Oct 2016, 16:09 
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Today I just received my third monitor for surround gaming and have had nothing but trouble. Quick run down of my PC

MSI gtx 1060 3g
fx6300
hyper 212 evo
GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3P mobo
corsair 750 watt psu
3 Asus 23.6" VS Series VS247H-P (1920x1080)
Windows 10

Monitors are connected by hmdi to dvi, dvi to dvi, and display port to dvi (graphics card output, monitor input)

My problem is that my games run at 6-7 fps in all locations in the game (menus, loading screens, in game). I have found a solution but its incredibly annoying. If i set in game resolution to 1920x1080, and change it back to my native 5760x1080, it fixes the slow fps and everything works. I am at a loss and can't figured out why it would do this. I've tried switching whats plugged in where, updating drivers, playing windowed, border less window, with or without V-sync, and restarting my computer. The only thing that fixes the problem is changing the resolution to 1920x1080 and then back to the native of 5760x1080. I just want to be able to launch my game in the native 5760x1080 and not have 6-7 fps without setting changing. Thanks for all help.


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PostPosted: 19 Oct 2016, 21:33 
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this happens to ALL games? Can you name a few?

Sounds like a strange issue. Maybe you'd want to uninstall all drivers with DDU and reinstall them?

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PostPosted: 20 Oct 2016, 05:05 
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I also had some strange issues with my multiple monitors until I changed which monitor was attached to each connection on my video cards. I was also using an adapter which caused major problems.

I would suggest trouble-shooting by process of elimination.

1. Go to this website to make sure your not missing anything on which should be your primary monitor and secondary displays:
http://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/surround/system-requirements
2. To rule out software - do what Haldi says and remove the current/previous driver using Display Driver Uninstaller DDU, reboot then install the latest driver version.
3. Have you tried to use 2 monitors in surround? I would suggest using one monitor connected via HDMI and monitor two connected via DVI. If this works correctly then it may be an issue with the adapter (display port to DVI).

Good luck to you. I feel your pain. :cry:

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PostPosted: 20 Oct 2016, 22:46 
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uninstalling with DDU fixed my problem, Thanks


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