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make sure the dead pixels are not dust. i thought mine had a few then i blowed them right off. lol. turned out to be perfect.

i am driving it with 9800gtx+ and skyrim hit 60fps on medium no problem. good enough for a old machine. now we can look down on people using 1080p. i know i am not going back to anything less than 1440p.

yeah greensum is a good guy. sounds like some guy from a rap.

don't be shy on buying new video card, #1 important thing. still the 5770 is a lot better than my 9800 so you are fine for a while.

7400 posts total now al-right

oh and yeah without vsync sucks. lots of tearing. feel pukey after a while. i rather take a reduced refresh rate then tearing. never really noticed it until i look up " tearing". then start looking at games for defects.
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Natez28 " The SLI bridge connects the two graphics cards together. It usually comes with the cards and/or motherboard. Personally I'm not a huge fan of SLI. You will never see as much as 2x the performance as a single card and some games don't support it But if you have the cash to spare you might as well go for it."


If i could get away with using one gtx 670 with catleap i would but I was under the assumption that two gtx 670s are needed to play games such as battlefield 3 on ultra/high settings due to 1400 resolution.
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Can this monitor support two gtx 670s at the same time?

100% yes.
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Natez28 " The SLI bridge connects the two graphics cards together. It usually comes with the cards and/or motherboard. Personally I'm not a huge fan of SLI. You will never see as much as 2x the performance as a single card and some games don't support it But if you have the cash to spare you might as well go for it."
If i could get away with using one gtx 670 with catleap i would but I was under the assumption that two gtx 670s are needed to play games such as battlefield 3 on ultra/high settings due to 1400 resolution.

If you want smooth game play 60fps your going to need 2.
    
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How do you guys know how many frames games is running at? Is there special equipment I have to buy or download a program? Oh and thanks for all the info so far, learning a lot from you guys!
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How do you guys know how many frames games is running at? Is there special equipment I have to buy or download a program? Oh and thanks for all the info so far, learning a lot from you guys!
Msi afterburner or precision x both Jane on screen displays which will tell you frame rate
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I just got the White model from BCC. From Korea to my door only takes two days, amazing...... The monitor is simply fantastic. It has perfect panel without dead pixel. Just very little backlight bleed on bottom which doesn't affect normal use. As I remember ACD 27 in our office also has some BLB.... So all in all this is the best monitor I ever had. Hope it can last for a while.

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How do you guys know how many frames games is running at? Is there special equipment I have to buy or download a program? Oh and thanks for all the info so far, learning a lot from you guys!

Here is a Link for Fraps, an FPS counter.
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I don't think the hot glue would damage the coil in any way, I have put it on much more sensitive electronics before.
I tried with hot glue, it did something when I tested it without the bezels, but when I mounted it melted.
At the moment I removed the metal cover of the blue pcb, I can't hear any noise coming from the monitor when I sit in front of it.
I hope I won't break anything since I think the cover helped to keep the temperature down.
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Where is the best place to buy one of these and please post links. Thanks.
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