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He was saying that if your card only has 1.5 or 1GB, it will use less memory, with the same settings. He wasn't saying that you will use different amounts of memory with different settings (which should be pretty obvious anyway). tongue.gif

Hmm I see.

 

But if i had a 1.5 GPU than wouldnt i have slow downs or textures loading up late, in cases where my current GPU hit 2212 mb vram?

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Any difference between korean ones or are the all basically the same? I know they are all 27" which leads me to believe that they are probably all the same.

Well there are no differences in visual quality as far as I know. The popular ones on ebay usually have 1 Dual Dvi input and thats it. Hence the reason for those displays being around 300$.

 

The biggest problem is that if you get a defect unit, it would be a hassle to send the panel back to Korea and get a new one.

 

I can say that as far as I see 80-85% of people purchasing Korean displays had 0 issues with their products so it is worth the chance.

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all the same A- LG panel, just different housing and pcb's.
also add me please, a catleap single input @ 100hz(b/c of sli limit else i would go higher) with 680 signature+ sli

 

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Hmm I see.

But if i had a 1.5 GPU than wouldnt i have slow downs or textures loading up late, in cases where my current GPU hit 2212 mb vram?
Well there are no differences in visual quality as far as I know. The popular ones on ebay usually have 1 Dual Dvi input and thats it. Hence the reason for those displays being around 300$.

The biggest problem is that if you get a defect unit, it would be a hassle to send the panel back to Korea and get a new one.

I can say that as far as I see 80-85% of people purchasing Korean displays had 0 issues with their products so it is worth the chance.

Yeah, maybe I should spring for the one they have at microcenter so I have some confidence that if it goes wrong I can return it! Its 400 though???

I wish microcenter was closer.
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Yeah, maybe I should spring for the one they have at microcenter so I have some confidence that if it goes wrong I can return it! Its 400 though???
I wish microcenter was closer.

Yeah the microcenter one is for 400$

 

I forgot which brand it was though. Auria perhaps?

 

We have few folks here in the club who purchased their monitors through microcenter and they are very happy so far.

 

if i was in USA, i would honestly go for the Microcenter one but thats just one man's opinion.

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Hmm I see.

But if i had a 1.5 GPU than wouldnt i have slow downs or textures loading up late, in cases where my current GPU hit 2212 mb vram?

Correct! Bf3 is pretty well optimized, if there is extra ram there it will use it all, so just because your 2gb card gets all its ram used, doesn't mean the game actually needs 2gb of ram to play the game at that setting.

And another thing u might not know is and cards use more ram then nvidea card in the same exact game with the same settings. So of the reason amd cards have more ram... I'm not saying the amd cards use a gb more of ram in the same game but they use a fair amount more
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Cool. Yeah, I will probably do that, having US companies behind the product will probably be better. Its Auria which is part of EQD in California. Also, all the manuals are in english and it looks like it has multiple inputs and a power supply that will not need an adapter!

Okay last question. I had not heard of OC a monitor until this morning. What is needed? Any chance I could do it with this monitor and my HD 7950?
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Cool. Yeah, I will probably do that, having US companies behind the product will probably be better. Its Auria which is part of EQD in California. Also, all the manuals are in english and it looks like it has multiple inputs and a power supply that will not need an adapter!
Okay last question. I had not heard of OC a monitor until this morning. What is needed? Any chance I could do it with this monitor and my HD 7950?

Only the catleaps did that with a certain board which is really rare to come by now, so don't worry about oc any monitors.

Just a word of warning the multi port versions of these Korean monitors tend to have noticeable input lag, and would stay away from them
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Correct! Bf3 is pretty well optimized, if there is extra ram there it will use it all, so just because your 2gb card gets all its ram used, doesn't mean the game actually needs 2gb of ram to play the game at that setting.
And another thing u might not know is and cards use more ram then nvidea card in the same exact game with the same settings. So of the reason amd cards have more ram... I'm not saying the amd cards use a gb more of ram in the same game but they use a fair amount more

So in other words having a 4GB of Vram in BF3 will be a slight advantage, but having a 2GB of Vram in BF3 will NOT be a disadvantage.

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Cool. Yeah, I will probably do that, having US companies behind the product will probably be better. Its Auria which is part of EQD in California. Also, all the manuals are in english and it looks like it has multiple inputs and a power supply that will not need an adapter!
Okay last question. I had not heard of OC a monitor until this morning. What is needed? Any chance I could do it with this monitor and my HD 7950?

Also if you wait few months there might be an American Panel coming out which will be like the Korean IPS panels but better (so i heard in the forum). There were talks about it in the forum. I dont know which brand is that though. Its not Dell or HP or anything like that however.

 

As Qu1ckset said Ocing was limited to few models of Yamakasi Catleaps. However we need to see how the OC monitors willbe like after a year or so of usage. I wonder about their life span. Not that I question it, but i just wonder.

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Only the catleaps did that with a certain board which is really rare to come by now, so don't worry about oc any monitors.
Just a word of warning the multi port versions of these Korean monitors tend to have noticeable input lag, and would stay away from them

I agree. If i was in USA and wanted a multi port 1440p panel i would go with Dell u2711 or similar. However if i wanted to get only a Dual DVI one I would go with the Korean displays. Price of multi port versions of Korean Displays is more pricey than the dual dvi only versions.

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Also guys I added 2 more lists on the OP

 

First tells about which monitor is the most popular one in the  club

 

 

 

Second one shows which GPU is the most popular one in the club

 

 

 


The reason for these lists is to see which products are favored more in the club. The reason is NOT to start flame wars of any kind.

 

Check the OP constantly as the lists will change when more people join the club.

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