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if you must go no lower than 60fps you will prob be fine. of course all depends on whats going on in that game. fps can be all over the place.
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if you must go no lower than 60fps you will prob be fine. of course all depends on whats going on in that game. fps can be all over the place.

I don't like to drop below 60. But yeah, I know what you mean, this card can't even keep it at >60fps on 1080p High, even when at 840/1950.

Guess that is what I get for playing with a card that is ~3 years old and a game that isn't even at its peak yet in terms of performance and drivers.
    
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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.

Doesn't matter if Nvidia planned it or not, it's still the successor, GF110 -> GK110, no other way around it. It's just that they make a lot more $$$ now by selling what should be the "GTX 660 ti" GK104 card to occupy the $300-500 space, which used to have full or cut-down GF110 cards for the 500 series. They totally changed the pricing structure, and we are shortchanged for it.


Well... it makes sense for them, $$$-wise to do so from a yields perspective in the first place, 520mm die size is a pain in the ass to get good yields from compared to 294mm for GK104.
     
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Hey guys,

I recently decided to take a look into 1440p gaming. Up until now i have been playing games on a 120hz monitor (Samsung syncmaster SA700) and it has been good to me. I play alot of RPGs and FPS. I ordered a Dell U2713hm on friday and played with it over the weekend. I really liked the colors especially the deep blacks. The size seemd really big on my desktop at first but I got used to it. I have 2 2gb 680's and i definitely noted the dip in FPS, especially in a heavily modded skyrim plus k enb, but i was ok with that. still getting around 40-50fps. The only thing that kind of bothered me was input lag I felt while playing some BF3. I also had trouble sometimes being able to aim, during explosions or when the screen would shake. Also is there another 1440p monitor with a similiar color pallete like the U2713hm with less input lag? I live in Germany and last week they had some of the catleaps available on amazon, im kind of kicking myself that i didnt order one just to do a side by side test with the dell.

I can still return the Dell if there is a better option out there. Thanks for your time.
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Hey guys,

I recently decided to take a look into 1440p gaming. Up until now i have been playing games on a 120hz monitor (Samsung syncmaster SA700) and it has been good to me. I play alot of RPGs and FPS. I ordered a Dell U2713hm on friday and played with it over the weekend. I really liked the colors especially the deep blacks. The size seemd really big on my desktop at first but I got used to it. I have 2 2gb 680's and i definitely noted the dip in FPS, especially in a heavily modded skyrim plus k enb, but i was ok with that. still getting around 40-50fps. The only thing that kind of bothered me was input lag I felt while playing some BF3. I also had trouble sometimes being able to aim, during explosions or when the screen would shake. Also is there another 1440p monitor with a similiar color pallete like the U2713hm with less input lag? I live in Germany and last week they had some of the catleaps available on amazon, im kind of kicking myself that i didnt order one just to do a side by side test with the dell.

I can still return the Dell if there is a better option out there. Thanks for your time.

 

Hey there buddy.

 

Welcome to the beauty of the 1440p gaming.

 

About the monitor, Korean monitors such as Yamakasi Catleap, Crossover or others, they do have less input lag according to the folks who have gamed on both. It may not be too noticeable though.

 

I would keep the U2713hm because you will get used to the new way of playing and kill the newbs in BF3.

 

I also switched from 120hz gaming to 1440p 60 hz gaming, and my gameplay changed a bit in online FPS games but the end result is the same. I still own newbs rolleyes.gif

 

However if you want, you can always order a Crossover monitor or some other Korean brand and give them a try.

 

I want to warn you that the bezel quality of those products will not be as high quality as the dell U2713hm. However the image quality will be pretty much identical but with a slight lesser input lag.

 

Decision is yours.

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thanks for the reply! Yeah the input lag wasnt so bad i guess, but it was noticeable. How does the Dell rank in comparison with other offerings as far as input lag goes? Like the Asus pb27? Is the Dell on the higher side of things or are most 1440p monitors gernerally about the same? I know there are probably milliseconds differences, but generally speaking are they all pretty close?

Sorry If these questions have been asked before. I went back about 7 pages but couldnt find anything. hairysmiley.png
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thanks for the reply! Yeah the input lag wasnt so bad i guess, but it was noticeable. How does the Dell rank in comparison with other offerings as far as input lag goes? Like the Asus pb27? Is the Dell on the higher side of things or are most 1440p monitors gernerally about the same? I know there are probably milliseconds differences, but generally speaking are they all pretty close?

Sorry If these questions have been asked before. I went back about 7 pages but couldnt find anything. hairysmiley.png


I would say all the branded ones such as Asus, Samsung and Dell are pretty much close to each other. I doubt that there will be a monitor out there that will give you the " Wow the input lag is MUCH lower in this one " impression.

 

However owners of branded monitors can speak out better than me.

 

Korean monitors are the ones with less input lag, however that is also a very slim one. It will not make a night and day difference at all.

 

Viewsonic monitor has been recommended in this thread actually, but I never ever heard of someone owning that monitor so I can not comment.

 

Currently the IPS monitors kick ass but the input lag is not as amazing as a 120hz gaming monitor. Though it is still pretty good that it really does not matter for most people.

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Thats what I was kind of thinking. Thank you for your help and input iARDAs. I checked on the Viewsonic but it seems to be about 200 euros more than the Dell. Which seems kind of steep.redface.gif
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Thats what I was kind of thinking. Thank you for your help and input iARDAs. I checked on the Viewsonic but it seems to be about 200 euros more than the Dell. Which seems kind of steep.redface.gif


Yeah, If I were you I would stick with the Dell you got. It is a great monitor and you will get used to it pretty soon.

 

The colors and the resolution of th 1440p IPS monitors are simply amazing.

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