Don't play Skyrim will let others chime in there. Here is Caspian Borders multplayer on my i7 3770K with a GTX 690. I've video recorded it for OCN rather than use FRAPS to record. FRAPS is in the upper left corner for you to monitor FPS.
Basically depends on what your doing but it's a nice 120 FPS + anything beyond is superfluousness. Low dips of 78 FPS. I'd say average 98 FPS guesstimate. Ultra settings. See for yourself.
Quick note on 3D. If your getting 120 Hz monitor and it's Nvidia 3D Vision ready and have questions go to [Official] Nvidia 3d Vision + 3d Surround Club with any questions.
Running 3D will cut FPS about 45% - 50%. So if your playing a game normally @ 100 FPS, when your in 3D your going to get 50-55 FPS. When in 3D mode you need to maintain 30 FPS minimum to keep things running and you max @ 60 FPS for smoothest play again anything beyond is superfluousness.
Thanks for the tips and video! I get very similar fps in BF3 to what is in your video. I don't really care too much about 3d.
Which monitor did you decide on?
To answer your question though, a gtx 690 will handle it just fine! I really enjoyed playing Close Quarters a lot, the fluidity of the monitor made the close-up firefights an easy win for me. You'd be surprised, its gives quite the advantage.
Samsung S23A700D I bought used from a member here on the market place! Can't wait to try it out.
Thanks for the replies guys!Edited by mtbiker033 - 5/19/13 at 12:46pm