Anything with HDMI 2.0 will be fine for 4K 60hz. I'd go with an IPS personally, the Asus 28" screen below is on offer for £348.95...
A few options.
Clean and check dust filters etc
Set fan curves etc
Underclocking the card would reduce heat and consequently noise
Nothing inflated over RRP is good value. FE 3060Ti and 3070 are good value if you can get one at RRP.
Yeah worth it in my experience, especially if you have a 3080. You won't get 144fps in everything but the jump from 60 to 90 is the most noticable...
Assuming both your 4K screens have Display Port and are 60Hz you will want something Display Port (or HDMI 2.0 if your monitor supports HDMI 2.0...
Foounders cards seem to be a bit hit and miss with the cooling in my experience. I tried an FE 3090 for a couple of weeks and it was relativly...
27" or smaller IMO.
Yeah should work in theory.
Probably not, just use the other full speed pcie slot. Your manual will tell you what's what.
In short no not really, difference is minimal. Makes more of a difference with NVME SSD speeds.
Just cancel your order or wait, its not rocket science or the end of the world.
Not all companies make you register for the warranty.
You would just log an RMA with the retailer.
Not for the 3080 really , biggest advantage of pcie 4.0 is for SSD speeds.
Not personally tried DLSS with a 20 series card so interested to know too. I was under the impression 20 series cards could use DLSS 2.0 too.
I don't want it. If you already made up your mind what you think its worth why waste peoples time asking what they think?
Between 400 and 500 IMO. Buy it now prices are not indicative of value.
More of a customer support query than a general monitor query, you can post it here...
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