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 Post subject: 390,390x,or fury,furyx
PostPosted: 11 Aug 2015, 06:39 
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So I have seen the benchmarks for all the cards(390 being hard to find) single screen and was wondering if anyone is running 3 screens off of any of these cards. Curently I have 2 Sapphire OC 7850 1gb in crossfire running my 3-L LG 25UM57.
Im looking to buy 2 390, or 390x and crossfire or buy 1 fury or fury x and crossfire it later with another. Was worried about the 4gb of memory in the fury's because of the required resolution.
I have noticed the tiny bit of diffrence between the 390 and the fury vs their biger brothers but wonder if 100$ can justify such marginal gains when over clocking is possible.
Just want to play 2k on ultra settings on most games and maybe go to 4k latter on down the road.


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PostPosted: 06 Sep 2015, 06:49 
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Hi , i want to buy a monitor: LG 25UM57 , how do you find the backlight bleed? Is it obvious and quite intrusive or well-controled?


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PostPosted: 06 Sep 2015, 07:06 
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The lcd back light does bleed a tiny bit around the out most edges near the bezel. In games though I don't notice it. I do sit about 2 and a half feet from all three screens though so if you sit closer you may notice it once in a blue moon. other things about this screen though is no display port and its 2560x1080 so some of the games out these days will say they fit that resolution but parts of the top get cut out like notifications.


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PostPosted: 06 Sep 2015, 08:54 
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Thanks for the reply !


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