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Skyrim with triple screens

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 I have tried playing Skyrim on my triples a few times. On a non modded game with ENB I get 20fps. I have a 980 gpu. I wonder how a 1080ti would handle the job of a modded Skyrim.

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I have tried playing Skyrim on my triples a few times. On a non modded game with ENB I get 20fps. I have a 980 gpu. I wonder how a 1080ti would handle the job of a modded Skyrim.

I remember when Skyrim first came out I had triple monitors... looked great but never was able to get truly workable fps. Have you tried SSE yet? It might handle things better but there is no ENB obviously.

 

I no longer have triple monitors but I will have a 1080Ti to play with. Not sure how I can compare unless I just crank my resolution up to 4k using Nvidia DSR.

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I'm curious about this also, since im building a new PC with 3 mons soon. VGA will be 1080 or Vega.

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I just swapped from a 3 39" screen 1080p setup to a 50" 4k screen. I kind of miss the 3 screens but am grooving on the 4k. I ran the STEP medium resolution flavor with several other mods ( face, body, armor, quests, ect) for a total of 246 mods. I set max FPS to 30 and it rarely dropped below that. That was with 2 overclocked 290s. Make sure you get an 8Gb video card so you can drive all the pixels.

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