3 Screen PCs (Triple Setup)

Much like a dual setup but only better a triple setup consists of 3 screens running on one pc, this is great for gaming and work more so then general use as you have am extra screen for better playtime when gaming or for more tabs and tasks when at work, 

Why Three Screens?

A triple setup has more capability and functionality then a dual, you could be sitting in an office comparing spreadsheets side by side or milti if you have more than two, you could be coding, running the code and seeing it change live all at the same time or you could be gaming with a longer and bigger display or just playing a game and having another form of entertainment while browsing the internet. The idea or three screens is to help with work and functionality a lot better then what a dual screen setup will do. 

What are The Benefits of three screens?

The benefits to a triple screen setup are endless; a better gaming and entertainment experience, a faster and productive work environment and better functionality in general use. There are no limits to what you can do with three screens at once, no matter what your doing three screens will make the difference. 

How Triple Setups Work?

Much like a dual setup to run three screens will need to have three HDMI or VGA ports each one connected to either port wiht a graphics card or motherboard that has the specified ports and is capable of running all three at the same time. this can be achieved by having a look at your specs and making adjustments. 

Do PC Specs Play a Factor in a Dual Setup?

Obsviously the better Specs the more your pc can do we all know that, for example if you want to game on a pc you are going to need better: RAM, Graphics card and Processor but with having a dual monitor Setup your Pc’s specs do not play a vital role for genral use or work (depending on the job role) the only affect it will have is with gaming you would need a better pc in general to keep up the lastest games but in terms of general useage it doesnt not have a significant role in performace loss or gain.