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post #31 of 6172
iARDAs, niiice. Thanks for starting the club. smile.gif

Here's my application:

Catleap Q270 driven by 2 x EVGA GTX670 FTW in SLi

Catleap Q270 driven by EVGA GTX560Ti (gf's)

EDIT: Have you tried OCing the monitor? I got around ~65Hz with my 2F rev.
Edited by PTCB - 8/9/12 at 3:27am
post #32 of 6172
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2x Achieva Shimians with a single EVGA 680 2GB.

 

Nice looking setup :))

 

 
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iARDAs, niiice. Thanks for starting the club. smile.gif
Here's my application:
Catleap Q270 driven by 2 x EVGA GTX670 FTW in SLi
Catleap Q270 driven by EVGA GTX560Ti (gf's)
EDIT: Have you tried OCing the monitor? I got around ~65Hz with my 2F rev.

 

Added you too bro and your gf :)

 

I didnot OC it yet as I am kinda scared to blow it :)

post #33 of 6172

Even borderlands look amazing in 1440p. Can't wait to play the second one in 1440p.

 

I by the way put my Gigabyte 670 Windforce on sale, and will be grabbing a Zotac 4GB 670 GTX and will SLI it later. What do you guys think? Is this a good route?

 

Perhaps I can get 2 680GTX 4GB but it doesnt seem to be worth it.

post #34 of 6172
You may wanna put the classified in your sig, like I did.
post #35 of 6172
Dell U2711 @ 2560x1440 & EVGA + Gigabyte GTX680 SLI



It's an old picture from my old house, will be updating it later! smile.gif

At the moment I am having no issues with vram on latest games, I only use MSAAx2 at most as I find anything above that quite useless (to me, and my eyes) at this amazing resolution. biggrin.gif
    
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post #36 of 6172
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You may wanna put the classified in your sig, like I did.

Unfortunately in Turkey we dont have the Evga brand. I have to order it online but if something happens i would have to send it internationally back to USA.


Zotac is the only 4GB 670 available here at the moment.

post #37 of 6172
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

Dell U2711 @ 2560x1440 & EVGA + Gigabyte GTX680 SLI
1000
It's an old picture from my old house, will be updating it later! smile.gif
At the moment I am having no issues with vram on latest games, I only use MSAAx2 at most as I find anything above that quite useless (to me, and my eyes) at this amazing resolution. biggrin.gif

 

Added you too bro. :)

 

I actuall decided to get the Zotac GTX670 4GB. It uses the 680 PCB and cooler so I am hoping for good results. I agree that 2GB is enough, and the effects of MSAA is not much in 1440p, but I believe I will skip the 7xx generation and use my GTX670 SLI 4GB setup for the next 1-2 years. 

post #38 of 6172
Well here are the updated pictures from my current house:

Dell U2711 @ 2560x1440 & EVGA + Gigabyte GTX680 SLI






It's not as organized as I'd like it to be, but sharing the room with my brother ain't easy. At least he doesn't mind me using almost the whole desk. biggrin.gif
    
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post #39 of 6172

Nice setup kcuestag...

 

The monitor looks lovely. May the glory of 1440p gaming in 27 inch never leave your side :)

post #40 of 6172
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Originally Posted by 3930K View Post

You may wanna put the classified in your sig, like I did.
Unfortunately in Turkey we dont have the Evga brand. I have to order it online but if something happens i would have to send it internationally back to USA.


Zotac is the only 4GB 670 available here at the moment.
doh.gif A classified is the for sale thread.
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