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.
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.
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.
How are the dual 780 Tis treating you?
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.)