It was mainly just a fun project. I actually had Mac OSX on it for a while but it was to much work trying to update all of the drivers and whatnot. This thing can do anything, and the three monitors is so convenient for so many things.
Fantastic build, but you should probably just select your video card on PCP so people don't constantly ask what video card you have. One question though, how much VRAM does your version of the 670 have? The 4Gb one is recommended for pushing multi-monitor setups.
If you click on the "view full part list" it shows the link for his video card, but ya its kind of annouying so maybe this is easier.
Oh, thanks. I actually didn't know that lol.
EDIT: Only a two Gb 670? To game on 3 monitors with?
One 670 won't be able to push games at high enough settings to overstress the VRAM on the card at that resolution.
Nice build, but watch that PSU. And what are your uses, because we can help you with your next upgrade to the build!
Hope you bought that case before the 630 came out :P
Nice build, however
A fellow Aperture M user :D
Could you post how your 670 runs on multiple monitors with some games you play (settings/fps)? I was curious because I have that same card. Thanks!
I had it and gaming with surround was alright. The frames were a bit below what I wanted in some games and I ended up returning it for an EVGA 4GB. It's a good card though.
Can you run a racing game on this at max settings on all three monitors just wanted to know cause im doing a similar build
i dont understand why people buy great graphics cards like the 670 and dont buy 120hz monitors. You might as well get like a 650ti or something that only playz games at 60fps cause thats all your gonna be seeing
Why windows 8?
You Went all out but not with CPU cooler and GPU
needs more pentium, also i beleive you need more RAM to suit your needs, an extra monitor would suffice as well. Maybe a 50"? Get two 7990's and then go rethink your life, otherwise good build