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Pascal Titan X SLI Surround Gaming – Triple 4K Gaming


Hey guys and welcome to my Pascal Titan X SLI Triple 4K monitor experience! I’ve been working hard on getting a full review together that will show performance across a bunch of games with graphs galore, but I thought it would be good to give you all a little preview first! I’ve chosen a few games that work pretty well to show you what it looks like, so sit back, relax and enjoy!

Far Cry Primal

First up is Far Cry Primal, with everything maxed out. We’re sitting right around 40 fps for the most part, and it didn’t fluctuate too much from this point in the section that I was playing. Cavemen had no chance of sneaking up on me on this day.

Rise of the Tomb Raider

Next up was Rise of the Tomb Raider, another game I know to work pretty well with SLI and surround displays. Running around and exploring these caves I was getting a consistent 50 fps, and out here in this temple it was around the same. Again, all the graphical settings were set their maximums.

Star Wars Battlefront

The next game we’ll take a look at is Star Wars Battlefront. This game provides a pretty good surround experience and scales well with SLI. It’s a great looking game as it is, and it was pretty immersive with the world flying by on the extra two screens. Frame rate wise, we were getting a consistent 50 fps in this test, which was obviously one of the better results.


The last game I checked out was GTA V, and this extremely well refined game worked pretty spectacularly with our surround set up and pair of disgustingly good graphics cards. With this super resolution we were still able to get around 60 fps, and this was probably the best gaming experience I had with the triple monitors!
So what did you guys think? How many of you mess around with triple monitor setups? As I said at the start, keep an eye out for a full review including Titan X SLI performance. Did you guys enjoy this video? Let me know in the comments.

Matt Knuppel Matt is a tech enthusiast, gym owner, and very part time gamer. In between making tech videos, he can be found watching the UFC, NBA, and AFL, as well as at music festivals and deep down rabbit holes on reddit.


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