12K (Triple 4K Monitors) SLI & Crossfire Graphics Card Review

by - 5 years ago

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Battlefield 4

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Well doesn’t that look nice and full. A good spread of results with a notable jump from single to multi-card configurations. The GTX 980Ti and R9 Fury X are topping the dual cards with the triple R9 390X’s taking the top spot. At this immense resolution, only the top three scores provide over the desired 60FPS.

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Bioshock Infinite

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Moving to Bioshock and the results follow a similar suit from the 1080p – 4K benchmarks with low minimum FPS. Again, the GTX 980Ti SLI and R9 Fury X CrossFire options offering the 60FPS mark.

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Grand Theft Auto V

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The drivers still aren’t fully optimised for triple card configurations, however, the triple R9 390Xs completely dominate here with a huge 51FPS. The graphics settings could be lowered to Low, but that would make for a truly awful gaming experience at this resolution.

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Metro Last Light

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Metro crippling the minimum frame rates yet again. This time it is the tri-fire 390X option lagging behind the R9 Nano CF and GTX 980Ti SLI options.

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Tomb Raider

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We already know that Tomb Raider is an easy game for graphics cards to render, so it’s no surprise that the more powerful dual card options provided at least 60FPS here.

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1 Comment on 12K (Triple 4K Monitors) SLI & Crossfire Graphics Card Review

  • Avatar grumpytrooper says:

    So basically 2 gtx 908 ti’s are better than 3 R9 390x cards. But it probably works out cheaper to get the three AMD cards over the two Nvidia cards.

    EDIT: actually they are around the same cost, so Nvidia just grabs it imo.

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