Want to run games at 144hz 1080p on two ASUS PB278Q monitors

JakeTehBoss

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Hello everyone. I am here to ask how I can run games on my two ASUS PB278Q monitors at 144hz and 1080p.
Here is a link to the monitors http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313
Many have mentioned that the only way to achieve this frame rate and resolution is to use Dual Link DVI cables.
Can someone please set this straight for me?
Here is a link to my GPU (MSI GTX 970): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspxItem=N82E16814127832

UPDATE:
I should clarify that the monitors are actually two ASUS VG248QE monitors. I accidentally linked the first monitor that I was considering at the time of building.
Secondly, I'm only using on of the monitors to game, I was wondering rather how to make the monitors display 144hz. One could be used for gaming, the other for guides/temps/stuff.
 

bishopi5

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i have 2x 7970's ghz edition vapor-x running @ 1200/6100 with i5 - 4670k @ 4.6 and 1 144hz benq 1080p. I only just manage to play 144 hz with good settings, and thats if the game likes AMD
 

anbello262

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2 monitors? I don't think that's a very good idea for most games, having a bezel right in the middle of the screen can't be good for shooters or any game where your character is in the center D:

But yes, unless old games or low settings, 970 won't be enough.
 

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