I bought two 1080 Tis on launch day. I justified it to myself using my assumption that the long-teased 4K 144Hz monitors were coming within months, and would be priced around $1200. This was March; I figured they'd be out by May or June. Now it's April of 2018 and not only are they still not out yet, but the current word is that they will cost more than a good sale on a 65" OLED. That's pretty unacceptable to me. If I'm not going 4K any time soon, seems like a waste to have a pair of 1080 Ti sat this point. Most games I play that are GPU limited are VR games, and SLi and VR don't mix. Also, for the first time ever in my 15 years of building PCs, it's possible that I could sell this card for more than I paid for it. I'm pretty happy with my 1600p 60Hz 30" monitor at this point, but there's a small chance I might talk myself into a 144Hz upgrade, at a minimum of 1440p. Even then, I don't see much use for SLi. The Ti still kills even newer titles like Far Cry 5 at 1440p. It can't quite maintain a 144fps average, but assuming I get a G-Sync monitor, the experience would still be a net positive, correct? Are there any considerations I might be missing?