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Is that Texture pack DX 10 or DX 11?
Crysis 2007 does not support DX11. DX11 didn't even exist in 2007. smile.gif
That being said, those screenshots were taken with DX10 (very high) rendering path.
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No in game shots atm, I've been too busy burning my founders time on MWO, not taking screenies tongue.gif
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looking good! cheers.gif

I agree with the above statement I just cannot game with 3 monitors
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Hi people,actually i'm playing in 1920x1080p 120Hz (27"),but before upgrade my grapphic card i'm planning to go to 1440p(+),and i think i'll go to Dell,what is the better choice for best gaming experience between 1440p and 1600p(for exemple the latest U2713H and and the next U3014?
and after i'll upgrade my grapphic card or wait for the next GTX7XX serie,thank you.
Edit:And what about the Asus PB278Q,is it a good one?
Edited by zed1 - 3/4/13 at 2:46am
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well d2713hm is 550-600bucks/eur d30xx is 10xx bucks/eur and it also consumes 50-70% more electricity. so you can either have 27inch 1440p and a high end gpu or 30inch 1600p where you have additionaly to buy a gpu ...

i would buy 1440p and then later 7xx. buying 670 now is too late in game i would say, but i have been saying that for 3 months so what do i know tongue.gif

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The Dell U2713HM is less expensive than the U2713H but the response time of the U2713HM is about 8ms,and the U2713H is 6ms,i saw that just few hours ago.
right now,i'm reading all the previews posts of this thread,because i want all informations as possible before i make a choice.
Edited by zed1 - 3/4/13 at 2:07am
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Manufacturer response times are about as accurate as dynamic contrast ratios.

The U2713H is a wide gamut display that it is meant to be used by colorimeter owning professionals for graphic design and photo editing in color aware applications. 99% of content is designed for the sRGB color space while the U2713H covers the adobe RGB color space. Unless it is software calibrated with a high end colorimeter the U2713H will make everything look over saturated and have obviously inaccurate colors. Often people appear to have sun burns on a wide gamut monitor. It does have an sRGB mode but it has a very strong green tint and you can't change the colors when using the sRGB mode.

The U271H also has very obvious ghosting issues compared to most of the other 2560x1440 monitors. If you just want a display with vibrant colors and don't care if any of the content you look at looks the way it was originally intended then get the U2713H.

If not, save some money and get the U2713HM. PRAD.de actually measures monitors pixel response times with an oscilloscope:

http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/review/2012/review-dell-u2713hm-part8.html#Responsiveness

The Viewsonic VP2770 is even better than the U2713HM since it has less quality control issues and better gaming performance (lower input lag and adjustable overdrive), but depending on sales it is considerably more expensive in some countries.
Edited by MenacingTuba - 3/4/13 at 3:31am
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Manufacturer response times are about as accurate as dynamic contrast ratios.

The U2713H is a wide gamut display that it is meant to be used by colorimeter owning professionals for graphic design and photo editing in color aware applications. 99% of content is designed for the sRGB color space, while the U2713H covers the adobe RGB color space. Unless it is software calibrated with a high end colorimeter the U2713H will make everything look over saturated and have obviously inaccurate colors. Often people appear to have sun burns on a wide gamut monitor.

The U271H also has very obvious ghosting issues compared to most of the other 2560x1440 monitors. If you just want a display with vibrant colors and don't care if any of the content you look at looks the way it was originally intended then get the U2713H.

If not, save some money and get the U2713HM. PRAD.de actually measures monitors pixel response times with an oscilloscope:

http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/review/2012/review-dell-u2713hm-part8.html#Responsiveness

The Viewsonic VP2770 is even better than the U2713HM, but depending on sales it is considerably more expensive in some countries.

Thank you,not for professional graphic,but for gaming,you say the U2712HM is better?ok and is it better than the Asus PB278Q?
i'm asking because above 1920 x 1080p is not my speciality,and i want to learn the most as possible,thank you.
i think if in 2 weeks ,i didn''t make a choice,maybe i'll buy a Titan with this money,but i really want a good 1440p(+) monitor before the GPU.
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In order from best to worst in terms of all around performance:

Viewsonic VP2770>Dell U2713HM=Asus PB278Q>Samsung S27A850D>U2713H

It should be noted that most of these monitors have obvious flaws. Most monitors have back-light bleeding issues

VP2770
-A few people have reported seeing eraser marks on the display which are visible when it is turned off and with black screens
? Viewsonic is an insanely unpopular brand, not enough people have these to get an idea of how common back-light bleeding and other issues are

U2713HM
-back-light bleeding
-burn-in (using the LCD conditioning program included can get rid of it temporarily)
-matte coating cross hatching issues (google U2713HM cross hatching)

PB278Q
-back-light bleeding
-LED PWM Dimming (google this, LED PWM Dimming only bothers some people)

S27A850D
-back-light bleeding
-out of the box color accuracy is not as good as the others
-drops frames (I know of 4 which drop frames, including mine, not sure if this is a wide spread issue)

U2713H
-out of the box color accuracy is nowhere near as good as the others
-strong green tint
-Wide Gamut (oversaturated and inaccurate colors)
-Colors are only changeable in the Custom Color mode which does not covers the sRGB color space
-High input lag (at least twice as high as most other 1440p monitors) except when using the Game mode which doesn't have good colors
-Obvious ghosting issues
Edited by MenacingTuba - 3/4/13 at 4:01am
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