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I am trying to ask with the least fuss. GPU choice

starbucksphreaq

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There is a very helpful thread and you may say I should take that route but I hope this request can be the most efficient with your time and much needed mentors.

I am looking for a video card with "one" goal. I have a 2560x1600 30" main monitor and am buying 2 2560x14?? monitors for left and right. I do not game. I want the best color rendition, large bit throughput, no ghosting.

Is there any single card that will support this or is it stupid to think there is...in which case what "2 of" should I be looking at.

I am hopeful that answering this may help others looking for the best 2D, HIGH res, solution.

TIA

PS You are a smart (but gnarly) crew. I think it is great! :thumbsup:
 

VulgarDisplay

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For your criteria you should look more at monitor choice and less at video cards. Ghosting and Color accuracy are almost exclusively monitor related.
 

Grooveriding

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Since you are planning on using 3 very high resolution monitors; a good place to start with is giving us the make/models of the monitors. For connectivity reasons the inputs on the monitors are important when you are using 3 monitors, even more so when you are dealing with high resolutions like you are that require DVI-DL, DP, HDMI 1.4.
 
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