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Intel Core i5-6600k (3.5ghz quad-core)
16GB Ram (2x8Gb)
Asus B150M micro-ATX mobo
MSI Nvidia Geforce GETX 1080
Samsung 970 Pro 1TB M.2 (system)
Western Digital 3TB (Storage)
Samsung 1TB (Backup Drive)
Primary Monitor - Acer ED273 A 27" Curved 144hz FHD Monitor via DisplayPort
Secondary Monitor - G245HQ 24" FHD Monitor via HDMI
Tertiary Monitor - K222HQL FHD via DVI
Gaming done on the 27".
24" gives me space for
the 22" I use primarily for spotify etc, don't actually read much off it (at 22" and slightly further than arm distance, its hard to read say, websites)
In Rise of the Tomb Raider at full settings I average about 65 FPS on the benchmark. (weird how the min is like, 7FPS, max of 101FPS).
Very handy for research and planning for my stories, not that I've done much.
Tend to create 4x text files in notepad and quarter-screen em on the 22, to make notes and such. throw a word document split-screened with a website on 24", and the 27" for images, (swapping between those two as desired).
I did try to "surround span" them, but games that are SUPPOSED to be compatible with 'surround span resolutions'... crash.