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What's the best 27" Pivot Model these days?
 
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What's the best 27" Pivot Model these days?

crossover 27 led-p. it's the only pivot model
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crossover 27 led-p. it's the only pivot model

I thought they had gold & blade Pivot models also....
 
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I'm thinking about purchasing one of the 27Q units. Just wondering how my system will hold up during gaming

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Right now at I can play any game on very high to max at 1600 x 1050 ~60fps on my LG 22". If I will not get great performance, what is the minimum graphics card I should be looking at?
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I'm thinking about purchasing one of the 27Q units. Just wondering how my system will hold up during gaming

2500K
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8GB ram
Z68-UD3

Right now at I can play any game on very high to max at 1600 x 1050 ~60fps on my LG 22". If I will not get great performance, what is the minimum graphics card I should be looking at?

for Nvidia cards a 3G GTX 580 to a 4G GTX 670 would be the minimum
for ATi cards a 7950 to a 7970
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for Nvidia cards a 3G GTX 580 to a 4G GTX 670 would be the minimum
for ATi cards a 7950 to a 7970

Recent tests have proven the 4gb 670 makes no difference over 2gb. It might be worth it for future proofing, but from the recent reviews I've seen by the time you hit over 2gb you'd have to turn down settings and not use more anyways.
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Recent tests have proven the 4gb 670 makes no difference over 2gb. It might be worth it for future proofing, but from the recent reviews I've seen by the time you hit over 2gb you'd have to turn down settings and not use more anyways.

That's not true..... Not when it comes to maxing out a game


A test I did before I sold my 2GB 670's after seeing TTL max out a 7950 with 3GB (PLS excuse quality)

 
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Guys, to contribute I wanna share my experience where I just received my 2720MDP from AW within 3 days after ordering! Superb customer service, though they sent me the wrong stand =.= I ordered the Pivot 1, but got the normal stand.

Anyway my unit I test briefly seems like 0 dead pixel and backlight bleed was minimal, not sure my testing n eyes is correct or not.

However 1 surprise finding is that my very old Dell notebook r able to display full 2560X1440p thru VGA!! This was a big surpise to me, running just on some old 256mb ATI X1400. (not for gaming)

I also connect to my other HP laptop with ATI 7690M, display port, no doubt it display full 1440p gracefully, with audio transmital also.
I did try using HDMI connection with a high speed monster cable, but it only go up to 1080p.

Connected to PS3, Display 1080p at Home Page menu, but it only runs at 720p in games ( Assassin Creed Revolution - suppose to support 1080p). Am still verifying the capability of 1080p on PS3.

Hope my sharing helps those who is in doubt like me previously smile.gif

1 thing I was a bit disappointed on the 2720MDP is the casing of it. Whole thing is made out of plastic(Non I can see is in metal, except scres) and not aluminium or metal casing on 27Q as users are promoting on the built quality.
Edited by Kent3888 - 1/17/13 at 12:26am
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for Nvidia cards a 3G GTX 580 to a 4G GTX 670 would be the minimum
for ATi cards a 7950 to a 7970

If I did buy one of these displays to use with my 2 GTX 460's, would the games at least be playable until I can upgrade to a 7970? I'd be hoping for at least 30fps on med settings with no aa turned on.
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If I did buy one of these displays to use with my 2 GTX 460's, would the games at least be playable until I can upgrade to a 7970? I'd be hoping for at least 30fps on med settings with no aa turned on.

yes games will be playable, you might even get 60fps on some games though. but not all smile.gif. so you good to go
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