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Originally Posted by Ta2punk View Post

Yeah I'm actually about to return my 1440p monitor. Its got 4 dead pixels grouped together in one spot on the monitor.

That monitor is known for having poor quality control. I had a number of dead pixels along with sever backlight bleed on the one I tried.

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Originally Posted by Ta2punk View Post

In all honesty I thought I was going to be seeing more in games as compared to what I was on my 1080p monitor, but thats not really the case.

That's not how resolution works. Outside of some pixel based strategy games, you will see the exact same thing at any resolution, it will just be composed of more pixels at higher resolutions. To actually see more you have to change the aspect ratio, either with a 21:9 display or 3x 16:9 (or 16:10) displays.
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i bought dell u2713hm because it has premium panel quarantee 1 bright pixel and you get replacement. tough up to 5 dark pixels and you get no replacement. fortunately mine was clear

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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

Nvidia and AMD really need to clear up this vram issue. I feel like we talk about it every other day, not saying in this thread....but all over the forum and other forums. tongue.gif

I agree. I'd suggest that sites include VRAM usage in their benchmarks, but from what I have heard AMD usually reports most/all of it being used and some games go ahead and reserve the whole chunk of VRAM on either side's cards. How accurate any of that is, I have no idea but I'm not discounting that it is possible as well as probable.
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i bought dell u2713hm because it has premium panel quarantee 1 bright pixel and you get replacement. tough up to 5 dark pixels and you get no replacement. fortunately mine was clear

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Same reason i bought the 2713hm,quality control and warrenty was worth the extra money i spent.
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i bought u2713hm for 540eur, asus p278q was 584eur and hp zrw274w 610eur smile.gif

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:c

 

I cannot wait for my second GTX680 RMA to come back so I can play Tomb Raider will full experiences. :/

 
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BF3 VRAM Experiments!

Empty Operation Firestorm - Ultra Preset
1280x720.......1137 MB...159 FPS
1920x1080.....1409 MB.....83 FPS
2560x1440.....1856 MB.....65 FPS
3840x2160.....2040 MB......6 FPS (Obviously needed more than 2GB VRAM)

Empty Operation Firestorm - Low Preset
2560x1440.....1027 MB...145 FPS
Texture Quality was the biggest savings ~500MB, then no 4x MSAA ~200MB, and no HBAO ~100MB.

50+ Player Kharg Island - Ultra Preset (there were no populated Operation Firestorm servers)
2560x1440.....2009 MB...~60 FPS


Conclusions:
2GB seems to just barely be cutting it for 2560x1440. 3x surround definitely needs 4GB whether it is 3x 1080p or 3x 1440p.
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BF3 VRAM Experiments!

Empty Operation Firestorm - Ultra Preset
1280x720.......1137 MB...159 FPS
1920x1080.....1409 MB.....83 FPS
2560x1440.....1856 MB.....65 FPS
3840x2160.....2040 MB......6 FPS (Obviously needed more than 2GB VRAM)

Empty Operation Firestorm - Low Preset
2560x1440.....1027 MB...145 FPS
Texture Quality was the biggest savings ~500MB, then no 4x MSAA ~200MB, and no HBAO ~100MB.

50+ Player Kharg Island - Ultra Preset (there were no populated Operation Firestorm servers)
2560x1440.....2009 MB...~60 FPS


Conclusions:
2GB seems to just barely be cutting it for 2560x1440. 3x surround definitely needs 4GB whether it is 3x 1080p or 3x 1440p.

I'll just throw in my experiences with BF3 and VRAM.
When I pushed it up to ultra at 1440p it used all 3gb VRAM on my cards.
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I'll just throw in my experiences with BF3 and VRAM.
When I pushed it up to ultra at 1440p it used all 3gb VRAM on my cards.

I mentioned that earlier, feels weird quoting myself. tongue.gif
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I'd suggest that sites include VRAM usage in their benchmarks, but from what I have heard AMD usually reports most/all of it being used and some games go ahead and reserve the whole chunk of VRAM on either side's cards. How accurate any of that is, I have no idea but I'm not discounting that it is possible as well as probable.

It's been reported by enough people that it think it's a fairly accurate assessment that it's reporting all 3GB used even if it isn't actually using it. But hey, what do I know, right?
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