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PSU would cause it crash, but not impose a resolution limit. I suspect your issue is the interface. VGA doesnt support 4k. DVI-D supports 2560x1440, HDMI 1.4 supports 2560x1440. The max resolution is the max res the GPU can support, the card requires dual links to the display to actually implement that. A HDMI2.0(newish) interface or DisplayPort can manage ...
If you are using the DisplayPort you will need an active adapter for this card. Also as far as I know it won't work with 3 monitors unless you are using DisplayPort. For example 2DVI+1HDMI(Or HDMI-DVI adapter) I don't think actually works. It is a requirement to use the active DisplayPort adapter.
Steps to remove the nVidia - Graphics adapter WDDM1.1, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.2, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.3 : Search "Device Manager" in your desktop. Double click on Display Adapters. Then double click on your graphic adapter. You will see your Graphic card properties window. Click on Driver Then click on "Roll Back Driver". This will take you to the ...
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