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    Default Can this handle a second 4k monitor now?

    NVIDIA GEforce rtx 2800
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    I'm sick of the inconvenience of the two monitors looking the same size but being different resolutions. I plan to continue using stacked windows when I multibox (and not more than 5).

    I also have a normal monitor that doesn't have the X mount thing on the back.

    Just trying to find some small ways to make my bay area indefinite work from home torture a bit better, and I think getting a second matching monitor and lifting them up off the desk could do that. So could moving to a state where I was allowed to go to the gym or movie theater. That would be nice. What are places like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luxlunae View Post
    So could moving to a state where I was allowed to go to the gym or movie theater. That would be nice. What are places like?
    New Zealand is fairly unrestricted, other than the getting in.

    Problem with theatres, is most are not open, or the studios are not releasing, so anything that is showing has probably been seen. Gym would be nice though.

    As for 2x4K. The 2080Ti could do it, but it will be limited on the quality vs FPS offering. A 2080 is going to be more limited. That said, no reason you can't have the games render a bit lower, like 2560x1440 (or the applicable ratio for your large region), and then let it be scaled up. Hell, you can even run Windows at 2560x1440 and let the monitor scale it up. You probably won't even notice.

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    Thanks bob! What does it mean that my isboxer character boxes launch at something like 1/2 size and then go full screen?

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    That can definitely handle 2x 4k monitors - I was running 2x 4k monitors with a single 1080.

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