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In process of build. More to follow. Got video cards cheap from co-worker. Couldn't just let them sit there. Monitor not yet bought. Still deciding. Do a lot of iRacing, F1, car sims.

Comments

  • 45 months ago
  • 3 points

The monitor you selected is wonderful. One note is that the monitor is supporting AMD's Free-sync technology while you have 2 lovely nvdia cards in sli. It will add another 300 euro's but I would either buy this one: https://pcpartpicker.com/part/acer-monitor-umcx1aa002 or spend less and buy an asus / benq game screen which supports g-sync.

  • 45 months ago
  • 1 point

Pics please!

  • 45 months ago
  • 1 point

ummmmmm......Dude, if ure spend 1000 on a monitor, id suggest somethign with G-Sync since u have Nvidia Cards The ROG Swift is PERFECT,

but for that particular monitor there is a G-Sync look alike which is just 300 bucks more (Acer Predator X34) or even better instead of 34 inch just get Dual ROG Swift...... yup thats MUCH better.

  • 45 months ago
  • 1 point

How are the dual 780 Tis treating you?

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Appreciate the notice/questions. Build done.
If I can pass on a lesson I always relearn is "Cable Management starts with The First Wire." (Mine sucks), but the Corsair modular wire system is so worth it. Just the ones you need. I confess. I simplify my "gotchas" by staying mainstream and corporate. Intel/ASUS/Corsair/etc. Boring but works well together. Even now, as a sixty five year old amateur having spent tens of thousands of $$ over the past 20 years, ( I'm a Sleep Doctor. I have discretionary income for several hobbies.) I have realized, like Moore's Law and other hoary chestnut's; you will spend $4-5K when all is said and done building a pretty kick *** system. The specs of the machine exceed the resolution of these aging eyeballs and the processing power of my addled nervous system. I can hardly see the pins on motherboards with my new tri-focals. My hand shakes and I fear error. (Bent a USB 3.0 header pin, but stopped in time and fixed. When I see a POST screen, I give myself a high five I didn't fry anything.) Note to Merkane: I have haven"t pulled the trigger on the monitor. Top of the short list so far. One thing I didn't 'get' was the relationship between Video RAM size and resolution. I bought the video cards sorta of as an impulse from a partner in my practice. He upgraded to 2 Titans, (DINK. Builds computers, buys Corvettes, and put together 3 Lego Death Stars.) I have no current role for this machine. Got sick of kid getting boxes for his wedding last month, so I slipped a few boxes of my own into the stream. Below wife's radar.)