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post #1351 of 11286
So I get color banding with calibration, if i buy gtx 680? For sure i do not want greenish white... Should i go with 7970? Is that banding issue that bad? Does nvidia's color calibration work better with Linux?

I cant believe this is that hard still... Anyway, Catleap is on its way home smile.gif
post #1352 of 11286
Please someone answer me, I'm about to pull the trigger in a Few minutes on 3 screens, need advice if triple 6970 will handle them

Quote:
Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Hey Guys.
I plan on buying 3 Catleap, but do you think I should stay with only one if I only have a tri-fire setup 6970
I think I should stick with 3 x 24" monitors instead and 1200p resolution
What do you guys think, I need your advice!?!?!
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post #1353 of 11286
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Originally Posted by esaase View Post

So I get color banding with calibration, if i buy gtx 680? For sure i do not want greenish white... Should i go with 7970? Is that banding issue that bad? Does nvidia's color calibration work better with Linux?
I cant believe this is that hard still... Anyway, Catleap is on its way home smile.gif

I've calibrated about half a dozen displays with nvidia card and never had any issues with banding. Yes, when you look at an entire gray scale ramp from 0-255 crammed into a small space on the screen that is very hard for a display to do and you will get some banding, and this will be exacerbated by having to throw some shades away in LUT calibration, but it's not something that should be a problem on actual content. At least I've never seen banding anywhere other than gray ramps.
post #1354 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Scribby, it's all just video card limitations. Prior to the GTX 680, you couldn't get a video card (at least in recent memory) to run 25601440 at 120hz.

680 has a 400mhz ramdac like all other cards, correct me if I'm mistaken.
post #1355 of 11286
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Originally Posted by Sxcerino View Post

Now I have a question.
If it is possible for us to design a 1440P IPS 120hz monitor, then why are there none on the markets? It was said that selling something like such would cost tremendous amounts of money (I believe a company did release a 120hz IPS monitor, but it was costly). Also I heard LG is actually designing a 120hz/high res IPS, but again, will come at an astronomical premium.

very clear answers to my question, thank you all. wubsmiley.gif
post #1356 of 11286
But apparently the 680 can at least OC the Ramdac to 500mhz, although I lean towards 500mhz Ramdac, have seen no review mention a Ramdac specification.
post #1357 of 11286
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Haha. I'm smart enough to know to wait for some GK110's before even attempting that. 256 bit 2gb cards can't run 1440p surround without pissing me off and making me hate my computer. tongue.gif But I can probably take the non-surround Nvidia 3d 1440p ips monitor title if there is one. tongue.gif Since I think I'm the first to do 120hz on a 1440p display?

Try playing Trine 2 with nvidia 3D Vision 2 and report back smile.gif

Apparently Trine 2 looks marvelous in 3D, and I assume with the color advantages of IPS would make it look much more stunning biggrin.gif

I'm not sure that necessarily having a computer monitor @ 120Hz is sufficient but some research says that it will work (its HDTV that have the problem apparently)..
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Originally Posted by blockclock View Post

But apparently the 680 can at least OC the Ramdac to 500mhz, although I lean towards 500mhz Ramdac, have seen no review mention a Ramdac specification.

Confirmed by HyperMatrix and his 120hz monitor run.

Oh and this - http://www.mtbs3d.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=1467&start=191

AMAZING, no glasses 3D on the cheap... but cost prohibitive for 27" monitor (unless somebody knows somebody or the community has any ideas...
Edited by xdemi - 3/23/12 at 6:37am
post #1358 of 11286
Quote:
Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Please someone answer me, I'm about to pull the trigger in a Few minutes on 3 screens, need advice if triple 6970 will handle them
Quote:
Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Hey Guys.
I plan on buying 3 Catleap, but do you think I should stay with only one if I only have a tri-fire setup 6970
I think I should stick with 3 x 24" monitors instead and 1200p resolution
What do you guys think, I need your advice!?!?!

Anyone ????
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post #1359 of 11286
Hi i have a http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=14980MN3692&vpn=VX2268WM&manufacture=VIEWSONIC
I am overall pretty please. Bought for 200$

Do you think this catleap monitor would destroy mine, if yes please explain i know its bigger and got a better pannel but anything else ?
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post #1360 of 11286
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Anyone ????

You cannot Eyefinity with these Catleaps without an active Dual-Link DVI converter (two of them, actually). That's an addition ~$200 cost for triple Catleaps. Personally, I'd stick with what you have right now.
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Anyone ????
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Originally Posted by pokpok View Post

Hi i have a http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=14980MN3692&vpn=VX2268WM&manufacture=VIEWSONIC
I am overall pretty please. Bought for 200$
Do you think this catleap monitor would destroy mine, if yes please explain i know its bigger and got a better pannel but anything else ?

Do you actually use it for 3D? If so, then the Catleap will not allow you to use 3D (yet....). The Catleap has 208% (more than double) the number of pixels of your viewsonic and thus can display a lot more.
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