Asus VG278HE and GTX1080ti

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  1. Sledge

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    Hey Sledge,

    I'd probably recommend running the monitor through Display port if you can, otherwise double HDMI port should be good

    Currently the VR ready link etc comes out the front, but the cable for the vive should be long enough to go into the case/connect to a front port if you have one
     
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    Sorry just read the I/O

    The VR can't work through DVI-D, but the monitor can

    You can connect the monitor through DVI-D and Vive through HDMI, I've done the same with my BenQ monitor :)
     
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    Cheers
    so the same as before ;)

    Just wasn't sure what the VR MODE is for if it's disabled when using DVI-D
    whether you then can't do VR or what...

    I don't even see the point of VR MODE... how is it optimised?
     
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    If I remember correctly, the VR mode just means that the system is optimizing the HDMI port option
     
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    ok.. cheers ;)
     

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