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Will Acer XB270H-G 27" Full HD G-Sync 144Hz Gaming Monitors run well on Intel Skylake i7 6700K Quad Core CPU Overclocked to up

Will Acer XB270H-G 27" Full HD G-Sync 144Hz Gaming Monitors run well on Intel Skylake i7 6700K Quad Core CPU Overclocked to up to 4.5GHz - Intel Z170 Chipset - NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti 6GB GFX - 16GB 2400MHz Gaming Grade DDR4 Memory - Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD + 2TB 7200RPM HDD -

Play alot of iracing and racing games (triple mis for racing rig)
Bf4
Gta5
Witcher those sort of titles
Any advice is welcome
Thanks in advance
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  1. Well, the Acer XB270H-G is only 1080p so for Triple A title games, it won't be difficult to run especially with a 980 Ti. In fact, a 980 Ti is a bit overkill for a 1080p panel even if it is 144 Hz. If you want, I'd suggest going for a 2k monitor at least. There's some great 2k 144Hz G-Sync panels for around the same price as the XB270H-G.

    Newegg is having a sale on this Dell Monitor for $520: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824260333
  2. CerealBox21 said:
    Well, the Acer XB270H-G is only 1080p so for Triple A title games, it won't be difficult to run especially with a 980 Ti. In fact, a 980 Ti is a bit overkill for a 1080p panel even if it is 144 Hz. If you want, I'd suggest going for a 2k monitor at least. There's some great 2k 144Hz G-Sync panels for around the same price as the XB270H-G.

    Newegg is having a sale on this Dell Monitor for $520: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824260333


    So 3 x 2k monitors would run fine on a single 980ti? I thought that might get out of hand
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    Mixxyt said:
    CerealBox21 said:
    Well, the Acer XB270H-G is only 1080p so for Triple A title games, it won't be difficult to run especially with a 980 Ti. In fact, a 980 Ti is a bit overkill for a 1080p panel even if it is 144 Hz. If you want, I'd suggest going for a 2k monitor at least. There's some great 2k 144Hz G-Sync panels for around the same price as the XB270H-G.

    Newegg is having a sale on this Dell Monitor for $520: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824260333


    So 3 x 2k monitors would run fine on a single 980ti? I thought that might get out of hand


    I never said three, and the number of monitors wasn't specified in the question. But when playing games at a higher resolution it requires more VRAM to be used so the answer is yes and no, 3 2k monitors will be pushing it if you're GAMING on all 3 in a surround setup. However, if you use 1 to game on and the others for media it won't be pushing it so much. If you were to get 3 2k monitors I'd suggest getting 2 980 Tis to be certain of no problems in terms of in game lag . Hope this helps.
  4. My bad! Triples for my racing rig.
    It should run the 1080p 144hz pretty well i hope.
  5. Mixxyt said:
    My bad! Triples for my racing rig.
    It should run the 1080p 144hz pretty well i hope.


    Easily.
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