This is a mini rant, and I am definitely not hating, this is with reason but I wanted to share my experience with fellow enthusiasts. I have always favoured the underdog, I've been using AMD graphics for 14+ years - Radeon 8500/HD 5770/HD 5870/HD 6970/HD 6990/R9 290X. Of course I have used nVidia cards in the past - TNT/TNT2/Geforce 6600GT/Geforce 8800 GTX/Geforce 8800 GT/Geforce GTX 260. I have been happily using my R9 290X with 2x 1080p panels on DVI for 2+ years and with my recent monitor purchases my experience has gone downhill and I'm not the only one. Here is a summary: -When 2x 1440p monitors are connected to DVI, it doesn't work -Both monitors work in BIOS but when Windows 10 loads secondary panel goes blank -Contacted Club3D, they asked AMD, and said second panel will only work up to 1080p on DVI - this is not true for me -I connected secondary panel to DP, and both work at 1440p -Plot twist - flickering and underflow corruption because 2D clocks are too low 300core/150memory -Overclocking to force a profile doesn't seem to work, disabling ULPS doesn't work, disabling PowerPlay doesn't work -Many users are reporting issues on the AMD forum about this (290/390 series of cards) -It's unacceptable that I can't browse the web or use my file explorer without seeing massive tearing and flickering I finally gave up bought a Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti, connect both panels to the DVI, and boots into Windows without issues, install the drivers, both panels come up, and a reboot isn't even required. I was simply left speechless and at the same time sadden at the quality of the AMD solution. I've contemplated a long time before getting a Geforce, I looked at R9 390X and Fury X, but I really want a dual DVI connection because in my experience that's just the most stable connection. DP does blank out sometimes requiring a power cycle (this is true for AMD and nVidia solutions). Also, I don't want to risk having issues just browsing the web and using Excel. I know not everyone will agree with me, but I wanted to share my experience. I actually tweeted Roy and wrote posts on the AMD Support Forums without much resolution, I was not the only user seeing the corruption issues, and the display limitation is just sad for me. I will always be looking for a reason to jump back to AMD, AMD just needs to give me a reason to.