Question RTX 2080 multi monitors performance impact

swzeng

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Hi below is my setup. I've noticed that when my 4k tv is connected, even when the TV is off, my game lag or shown drop of fps. Now when I disable it from windows setting for the 4k screen, everything went smooth. So my question is does have a 4k tv connected really takes that much of performance hit or is there some configuration that can be done. I mainly use this computer for work during daytime and gaming after work. Kinda annoying every night that I have to manually disable my TV through windows then manually enable next day. Thanks

CPU: I7 4930K oc @4.4 1.3 v water cooling
GPU: RTX 2080 +55 Core clock +990 Mem clock through MSI afterburner
RAM: 64 GB DDR3
Hard Drive: 1TB SSD, 3 TB WD Blue storage
Main Monitor: Predator 144 hz 1440p IPS
Second Monitor: Asus 1080p
Third/TV monitor: TCL 4k TV
 

Lutfij

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What games are you playing and at what resolution+in-game detail are you playing? Can you please share the version for the driver you're using? Also you forgot to mention the rest of your specs, with
Motherboard: make and model and which BIOS you're on
Ram: if they are from a kit or mixed and matched
SSD/HDD:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS:
 

swzeng

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Thanks for the quick reply. So I played mostly 1st and 3rd person, Far Cry 5, Division 2, Tomb Raider and Battelfield in 1440p Max settings. See below for rest of specs

Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth X79 Bios Version 4801 7/25/2014
Ram: Patriot Extreme Performance DDR3 1600 8GBx8
SSD: Crucial MX500 1TB main drive/OS
HDD: WD Blue 3TB
PSU: OCZ PC Power & Cooling ModXStream Pro Series 700 Watt (700W) 80+
CPU Cooler: CORSAIR HYDRO Series H100i
CoolerMaster Chassis
OS: Windows 10 PRO


What games are you playing and at what resolution+in-game detail are you playing? Can you please share the version for the driver you're using? Also you forgot to mention the rest of your specs, with
Motherboard: make and model and which BIOS you're on
Ram: if they are from a kit or mixed and matched
SSD/HDD:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS:
 

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