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My mistake ;)

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Originally Posted by hatlesschimp View Post

Hi can I please get my Samsung 1440p 27" S27B970D PLS MONITOR added. Thanks!


 

Welcome to the club bro thumbsupsmiley.png

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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post

Got my order in for a Titan can't wait till it gets here to see how it is at 1440.

Let us know how it performs. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by ski-bum View Post

I'd like to join.
Got my first "real" monitor and I love it.
I have the ASUS PB278Q powered by one MSI GTX580 Lighting Extreme.
With the new monitor I'm looking for a second MSI LE for SLI for games like Far Cry 3 that I'm only getting 30 fps on Extreme settings.

Welcome to the club bro thumbsupsmiley.png

 

A second 580 would definitaly help but I would lean towards Kepler if I were you.

 

How much of a Vram do you have with the 580?


Edited by iARDAs - 2/23/13 at 12:10pm
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The MSI Lighting Extreme has 3GB of VRAM so that's why I'm leaning towards a second.
I've been considering a GTX680 2GB. Do you think my framerate would be that much better over the 580?
Would I need a 4GB 680?
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The MSI Lighting Extreme has 3GB of VRAM so that's why I'm leaning towards a second.
I've been considering a GTX680 2GB. Do you think my framerate would be that much better over the 580?
Would I need a 4GB 680?

 

Ah. Good that you have the 3GB version. Normally most 580 folks have the lower one.

 

Well 680 will not be much of an upgrade over the 580.

30% maybe. Thats it.

 

In your case I might actually wait for the 780.

 

580 in SLI will consume more power and I believe (can't know for sure) the future 780 will give you pretty much the power of a 580 SLI, with NO SLI hassles, less power consumption and newer technology.

 

However no one knows when the 780 will come out.

 

Decisin is yours.

 

You won't regret 580 SLI too but I believe Kepler scaling in SLI is better than the Fermi too.

 

Edit : 680 4GB will make some difference in few games out there. Skyrim with mods is one of them.

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I updated the SS spreadsheet in the thread.

 

Now each resolution is easier to be found.

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Originally Posted by iARDAs View Post

Ah. Good that you have the 3GB version. Normally most 580 folks have the lower one.

Well 680 will not be much of an upgrade over the 580.
30% maybe. Thats it.

In your case I might actually wait for the 780.

580 in SLI will consume more power and I believe (can't know for sure) the future 780 will give you pretty much the power of a 580 SLI, with NO SLI hassles, less power consumption and newer technology.

However no one knows when the 780 will come out.

Decisin is yours.

You won't regret 580 SLI too but I believe Kepler scaling in SLI is better than the Fermi too.

Edit : 680 4GB will make some difference in few games out there. Skyrim with mods is one of them.

hmph, so Titan is the only real single-gpu upgrade over the 580, despite its price? it is a GF110-GK110 succession, but it's double the price compared to a GTX 580 at launch. bah.
     
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hmph, so Titan is the only real single-gpu upgrade over the 580, despite its price? it is a GF110-GK110 succession, but it's double the price compared to a GTX 580 at launch. bah.


I actually started this thread to hear more answers

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1363957/670-4gb-sli-or-titan

 

I Do believe that Titan is just the best single core GPU but I really want to get more in depth asnwers if I can.

 

But in this scenario, getting a 680 over a 580 is an improvement but maybe not that much, however switching to Titan from 580 would be a great improvement.

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hmph, so Titan is the only real single-gpu upgrade over the 580, despite its price? it is a GF110-GK110 succession, but it's double the price compared to a GTX 580 at launch. bah.

I don't think so. I really doubt that Nvidia planned for GK110 to be GF110 successor. If that were the case GK110 is 14 months late with very limited availability.
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Anyone knows about the Viewsonic 1440p monitor?

 

http://www.viewsonic.com/us/vp2770-led.html

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Anyone knows about the Viewsonic 1440p monitor?

http://www.viewsonic.com/us/vp2770-led.html
It's probably the best gaming 1440p monitor, it needs a lot more recognition.
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It's probably the best gaming 1440p monitor, it needs a lot more recognition.


what makes it better than the other ones such as Dell, Asus or Samsung?

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