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I'm using two 3GB R9-280X OC GPUs in crossfire with it.
The system runs on SSD drives, so it's optimal in a lot of ways.
With all of this, I can't game at 4K with the eye-candy turned up.
Maybe the new R9-390X will be able to do it, but I suspect it will take two of those to manage high 4K framerates in demanding games.
It's an expensive proposition.
I'm using a 65" myself lol
There are LOT of concerns today with 4k gaming... There are scaling issues, the fact that you need SIGNIFICANT graphics horsepower with TONS of video memory to run 4k, etc.
For example... I have a Core i7 4770k, 2 SSDs in a Raid0 (1GB read and write), 2x GTX 770 in SLI, 16GBs of DDR3 2400, and I have to turn a lot of the settings down to play at 4k res. In addition to this, I run into some weird anomalies on the desktop. The HUD in games can be incredibly small and hard to read due to the scaling, and other random issues. Instead, I play games at 1080p and turn the graphics settings to the MAX and they play just fine. I did notice an issue with Dragon Age, crashing if I don't change my desktop res to 1080p before starting the game.
So be prepared to run into these kinds of issues if you take the leap into 4k now. Based on reviews, even GTX 980s in SLI can struggle at 4k with some games... we need the next gen of graphics cards to arrive so we can play at that high of a res!
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Both of the 27" screens are 1080P, and the 28" 4K screen is usually set to 1440P.
I don't know if a huge screen would be any good for my use, but the 28" is good to go..
LOL! It's the TV in my living room and I have my gaming PC (Xbox One, PS4, and Cable TV) hooked up to it. I sit about 8 or so feet away :-P
The TV can do 4k at 60hz or 1080p @ 120hz. But my computer can't push 4k at 60hz with graphics turned up in most games so I mostly game at 1080p.