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With this newfound info. I am now running m,y PB278Q at 85Hz
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85Hz here too, will do 90Hz but color depth then drops to 16-bit.
Had no idea this was so simple.
Thanks Savumg, rep+
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Yamakasi 300 sparta, 2560x1600, 500$ on ebay. drool.gif

Must.. not.. purchase
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Yamakasi 300 sparta, 2560x1600, 500$ on ebay. drool.gif

Must.. not.. purchase

Just do it... LOL
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Hi iARDAs
Thanks for the update in the list. smile.gif

Titan 2-Way SLI vs. 690 Quad-SLI
I think 2x Titans draw less power consumption, less heat, quieter. And less CPU overhead on 2-Way SLI Titans compared to 690 Quad-SLI. (2 GPUs vs. 4 GPUs). Not to mention the more efficient multi-GPU scaling (2-Way SLI vs Quad-SLI.)
Also, Titan 2-Way SLI is better for high resolution displays (1440p and above) due to 6 GB frame buffer. 690 Quad-SLI was very nice but its major drawback was 2GB VRAM for me.

Just what I thought. I think for those who can afford the Titan or a Titan SLI setup, it really is a win win situation.

 

Enjoy your new setup mate thumbsupsmiley.png

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Originally Posted by BiG_LiG View Post

Is this screenshot enough to join? Or do you need a photo?

Yeah that is enough. I can see that you are gaming at 1440p resolution and your monitor's name is also visible.

 

Welcome to the club thumbsupsmiley.png

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GTX Titan LCD Monitor Overclocking Guide Linus Tech Tips
I'm happy with Asus PB278Q: 2560x1440 @ 80Hz great improvement in games

Thanks and +rep

 

I first tried to OC via a different way I guess and It gave me artifacting at even 62 hz. Now though I can do 65 hz easily. I can not do 70 or so. Which sux :(

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Originally Posted by philharmonik View Post

Are these monitors any good?

http://www.overlordcomputer.com/overlord_tempest_X270SE_display_p/ot_x270se_a.htm

 

Yeah. If I was in USA, I could pick one of these. It seems to have warranty that is easy to reach.

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Originally Posted by xSneak View Post

You can add me to the list.

I feel like a monitor hipster with this. nerdsmiley.png




I have a 7970 as my gpu.

Welcome to the  club thumbsupsmiley.png

 

First Viewsonic in the club. How is it in general?

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Yamakasi 300 sparta, 2560x1600, 500$ on ebay. drool.gif

Must.. not.. purchase

Must... definitaly .... purchase

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I will get this game for PC when it is $5 on a steam sale.

 

Played it on PS3 and it was a pretty good game.

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Seems like i have some saving up to do. PS3 goes first! tongue.gif

On the topic, how big of a problem do dead pixels present? I mean, the pixel density being what it is, surely 1 or 2 wouldn't be real annoyance unless you actually start to look for them? I don't feel like paying 100+ extra for pixel perfect, but idk really.
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Seems like i have some saving up to do. PS3 goes first! tongue.gif

On the topic, how big of a problem do dead pixels present? I mean, the pixel density being what it is, surely 1 or 2 wouldn't be real annoyance unless you actually start to look for them? I don't feel like paying 100+ extra for pixel perfect, but idk really.

yes depend on area and how bright the stuck or dead pixel is, ( some got in the middle but some other area, if its bright colour then your eye will draw into it ) if its just dead pixel it won't be too bad . i would pay extra 100 for pixel perfect or buy a monitor with zero dead pixel policy.
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I'm happy with Asus PB278Q: 2560x1440 @ 80Hz great improvement in games
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With this newfound info. I am now running m,y PB278Q at 85Hz
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I first tried to OC via a different way I guess and It gave me artifacting at even 62 hz. Now though I can do 65 hz easily. I can not do 70 or so. Which sux frown.gif

I can set a custom resolution just fine, and it works great, but after a reboot the refresh rate is set back to 60Hz.
Does anyone else have this happen.

Thanks for adding me iARDAs thumb.gif
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I can set a custom resolution just fine, and it works great, but after a reboot the refresh rate is set back to 60Hz.
Does anyone else have this happen.

Use http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU

The Monitor OC isn't sticky and doesn't create an actual new resolution/refresh rate combo.

Just follow the usage notes for CRU and you should be fine.

You also need to use Nvidia Inspector to convince some games to use the higher refresh rate:



And some games have hard caps of either 30 or 60Hz : http://flwww.120hz.net/showthread.php?104-Games-That-Run-Above-60FPS
Edited by zinfinion - 3/3/13 at 9:19am
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