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    Heys guys, I have some questions regarding the GTX 570s in SLI and Nvidia surround

    1) With two GTX 570s in SLI, will 3 monitors at 1920x1080p be too much for it? Is the AA and other graphical option tradeoffs not worth the massive increase in resolution? I COULD do two but I've heard it's not great for FPS's since the reticle sits where the bezels meet.

    2) If I were to add a third GTX 570, would my Corsair 850HX be enough? I know for a fact the PSU is underrated and that some reviewers pushed its output to over 1000w. If in fact it's not, if I were to shoot for the next one up, the 1000HX, could I just swap out the PSU without changing the cords?

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but here's what I know.

    Dual 570s is still very extremely powerful, not necessarily powerful-est, but it will RUN what you need. For now.

    I suppose yes, they should be able to run 3 monitors at 1080, but SLI will have to be disabled again. SLI only allows 2 monitors and one focused display.

    And other thing is that, I've been told the scaling between dual and triple SLI is OK-OK, Not much performance difference, and for some certain case and games, it even PERFORMS worse(those old badly coded game engines)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zankza View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but here's what I know.

    Dual 570s is still very extremely powerful, not necessarily powerful-est, but it will RUN what you need. For now.

    I suppose yes, they should be able to run 3 monitors at 1080, but SLI will have to be disabled again. SLI only allows 2 monitors and one focused display.

    And other thing is that, I've been told the scaling between dual and triple SLI is OK-OK, Not much performance difference, and for some certain case and games, it even PERFORMS worse(those old badly coded game engines)!
    I thought there was a span option enabling you to spread the image across all three monitors. Also, for desktop mode at least, wouldn't Ultramon work? Unless I'm not interpreting what you said correctly.

    Also, for tri sli, my reasoning would be for more vram so I don't hit a wall when gaming at super high res. The 1.2gigs on the 570 doesn't quite cut it. I guess for games it runs worse with I could run in dual or single setups.

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    Ah yea the surround techonology, I'm no master about it, nor how it does work exactly, but i have dual 590s and i use surround, i can max out any game so far, i dont know much about 570s sorry
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    I doubt your 850W will be enough with 3. The 570's eat power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    I doubt your 850W will be enough with 3. The 570's eat power.
    Yeah I sorta get that feeling, although I wouldn't be overclocking them at all.

    According to this dual/tri sli 470 review, peak power usage fell under what the 850hx outputs, and should be lower for 570s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep View Post
    It depends how many amps on the rail(s) not always the watts. You really neever want to push a PSU much past 65% anyhow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    It depends how many amps on the rail(s) not always the watts. You really neever want to push a PSU much past 65% anyhow.
    Do you think the 1000HX would cut it? I'm inquiring about that model specifically because I'm hoping to use my 850HX cords with it, lmao. I wired this crap too intricately to take it apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep View Post
    Do you think the 1000HX would cut it? I'm inquiring about that model specifically because I'm hoping to use my 850HX cords with it, lmao. I wired this crap too intricately to take it apart.
    Ya, you should be cool with the HX1000. I own it. 40 Amps on each rail....


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    Performance (40% of the final score) - I'm not sure I can say enough good things about this unit. The numbers speak for themselves - the HX1000 did simply an amazing job keeping the voltages in spec, and doing it with efficiency results that rival the best I've ever seen. If there is one thing I can nitpick about it's the ripple results I got on test five's 12V readings, but I have to say that these readings are offset somewhat by, oh I don't know, throwing down full power at a temperature ten degrees hotter than promised. A point comes off though for NOT USING THREADLOCKER on the small heatsink screws. 9.
    Functionality (20% of the final score) - cables? This thing's got cables for everything. This thing has so many cables, you could power five computers with it. Ok, maybe that's a small exaggeration. And they're gorgeous cables, too, with more than enough length for anything I can think of. And there are more goodies than one can shake a stick at including an owner's manual in seemingly all the languages of the UN and some very cool thumbscrews for mounting the unit to one's case. 9.
    Value (30% of the final score) - I'm finding this unit at a price as low as $225, which is a bit toward the upper range of units this size, but to be perfectly honest the unit has been so awesome a performer I have to say it's an outstanding value. 10.
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    Why not go with something a little larger, that way you will have extra power in case you ever update your system. I just reviewed the new Enermax REVOMAX 1350W with any luck the review should be up tomorrow or Monday the lastest.

    I believe I have an extra 1200W and 1500W around here somewhere, the 1200W is made by Ultra, the 1500W is a Silverstone Strider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Why not go with something a little larger, that way you will have extra power in case you ever update your system. I just reviewed the new Enermax REVOMAX 1350W with any luck the review should be up tomorrow or Monday the lastest.

    I believe I have an extra 1200W and 1500W around here somewhere, the 1200W is made by Ultra, the 1500W is a Silverstone Strider.
    Yeah my only reasoning for shooting for a 1000HX is because supposedly, the cords are interchangeable with the 850hx. Literally took me hours to cable manage everything in my case lol, but I guess it would give me an opportunity to use MDPC if I went with something else.

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    IMHO,I don't think 570 SLI is the most ideal for your 3 monitor setup,your best bet would be 2x 580 3GB SLI which not only dominates a 590 or 6990,but works best with 3 monitors or morePSU wise u would need a decent 1000W at least to power the 2 killer cards
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff73 View Post
    IMHO,I don't think 570 SLI is the most ideal for your 3 monitor setup,your best bet would be 2x 580 3GB SLI which not only dominates a 590 or 6990,but works best with 3 monitors or morePSU wise u would need a decent 1000W at least power the 2 killer cards
    Yeah these 570s are still fairly new, lmao. IF I'm gonna drop a grand plus on new cards it'll be on the next generation. For right now I'll get a third 570 since the performance gains are suprirsingly good from the reviews I read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep View Post
    Yeah these 570s are still fairly new, lmao. IF I'm gonna drop a grand plus on new cards it'll be on the next generation. For right now I'll get a third 570 since the performance gains are suprirsingly good from the reviews I read.
    570 excels at single monitor gaming as it only has 1280mb vram,vram do not stack up in SLI/CFX,for 3 monitor setups,u will need 2GB or more vram to see any epic results,you could always sell your 570s for 580s,580 3gb is the best choice for your current setup,IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff73 View Post
    570 excels at single monitor gaming as it only has 1280mb vram,vram do not stack up in SLI/CFX,for 3 monitor setups,u will need 2GB or more vram to see any epic results,you could always sell your 570s for 580s,580 3gb is the best choice for your current setup,IMO

    yeeeaaahhh.... I didn't know the VRAM wasn't shared...DAMMIT! LMAO!

    I'll look into it. I should be receiving the monitors tonight and if game performance isn't palatable then I'll shoot for either 560s 3gb or sell the 570s and wait for the magical kepler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep View Post
    yeeeaaahhh.... I didn't know the VRAM wasn't shared...DAMMIT! LMAO!

    I'll look into it. I should be receiving the monitors tonight and if game performance isn't palatable then I'll shoot for either 560s 3gb or sell the 570s and wait for the magical kepler.
    There are only Gainward 560 Ti 2GB Phantom that I know of,but quite a few variant of 580 3GB,IMO 2 580 3GB in SLI should be more than enough for your gaming needs
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