Question I have a 980 ti wind force video card will it support 4k ?

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I have a 980 ti wind force video card will it support 4k ? please let me know thank you

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If you are actually running that system (Which you're not, but good meme), a 980 ti is would be a bottleneck of probably over 100%.

But yes, the card should run 4k. The card runs up to 5120x3200.
 

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Not sure what 128 megs of DDR5 refers to or your specific power supply. But either way, it's a little light for 4K gaming. If you just want to view 4K, it's fine, but a 980 Ti/1070 are better high-framerate 1080p or moderate-framerate 1440p cards. If what exactly you want it to support was made clearer, you may get a clearer answer. Always best to not be vague.
 

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my video card specs to make sure its right
Make sure what is right? A 980 ti will SUPPORT 4k, but will not run any games at 60 fps at 4k, unless they are pretty old games.
I was doubting your system, when you said "ddr5" memory, you mustve been referencing the GPU memory, which you definitely do not have 128mb of video memory, more like 6gb.
 

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His 2nd link shows he's running a GTX 980 ti.

Yes is can support a 4k monitor. If you're going to use it for gaming, the 980ti will struggle to run games at that resolution. (unless the games are a few years older)
I understand that the link shows me that. I was asking about the relevance.
 

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thats my full system and yes what is wrong with my wording ?
You completely changed your post. Your wording is fine now.

As other users have said, a 980ti will SUPPORT 4k, but will not run games at 4k smoothly. You will want a 1070ti-1080ti or a high end RTX card.
 
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His 2nd link shows he's running a GTX 980 ti.

Yes is can support a 4k monitor. If you're going to use it for gaming, the 980ti will struggle to run games at that resolution. (unless the games are a few years older)
thank you ill just go buy a new one what should i get ?
 
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If you are actually running that system (Which you're not, but good meme), a 980 ti is would be a bottleneck of probably over 100%.

But yes, the card should run 4k. The card runs up to 5120x3200.
I am running that but i put more info on there then you understood that was my computer system .
 

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thank you ill just go buy a new one what should i get ?
For that system? A 2080ti would likely be the option you should go for, as it is the highest end card at the moment for gaming. You have an i9, so even 2x 2080ti's wouldn't be a bottleneck.

If money is not a problem, go with a 2080ti. Otherwise, a 2070 would likely be sufficient for 4k.
 
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Make sure what is right? A 980 ti will SUPPORT 4k, but will not run any games at 60 fps at 4k, unless they are pretty old games.
I was doubting your system, when you said "ddr5" memory, you mustve been referencing the GPU memory, which you definitely do not have 128mb of video memory, more like 6gb.
what good is 4k ? i wanted to play Atlas and ark on it but no need if this card wont do it
 
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For that system? A 2080ti would likely be the option you should go for, as it is the highest end card at the moment for gaming. You have an i9, so even 2x 2080ti's wouldn't be a bottleneck.

If money is not a problem, go with a 2080ti. Otherwise, a 2070 would likely be sufficient for 4k.
Yes i went with a good system but when you buy seems expires so quick and its old . no money is not that big of problem i will check in to it . but i had not wanted to jump in to 4k without understanding it thank you for the help
 

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Yes i went with a good system but when you buy seems expires so quick and its old . no money is not that big of problem i will check in to it . but i had not wanted to jump in to 4k without understanding it thank you for the help
Don't forget, the 980 Ti is a four-year-old card, released when 4K support was fairly rare.

A 2070 is probably the minimum you want to get to play actual games at 4K.
 
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Also i have another question there is another connector spot with a button on the card it lights up blue or red do i want to use that ? i never plugged it in
 

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