Updating my PC is very much on the agenda. My Motherboard is getting on 4-5 years old but can still squeeze a couple of months out of my old quad core with a little overclock.
I'm wondering about SLI though and 3 monitors.
also i'm a 110% NVIDIA fan boi, I'm not interested in AMD at all, even if they where/are cheaper & faster. don't even mention them lol
I think a few of you are having drama with SLI atm? Is it just in AC or is it a bad driver from NVIDIA?
Can I run 3 screens with just the one card? My card is getting old now GTX660Ti. So if i did go SLI I'd be up for two cards I think.
I think the big question is.. Any regrets about going SLI?
SLI is defintely a 2-card only solution (mind you the dual-core cards count as two!)
Edit: ok this was the sentence of the century...I mean triple monitor gaming. Derp.
There are teething problems, but I'm sure they'll all be ironed out. Having 3 monitors is great for peripheral vision. But Oculus Rift (if you can tolerate it without puking) might give you that, and more - I've used 3d glasses before and their immersion is fantastic.
I could do without the head tracking, though.