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Triway SLI really scales well with 1440p.

However just wait for the second one and see if you really need a 3rd one.

You should average 60fps on pretty much all titles with 680 4GB SLI anyway.
Thanks i dont really need 3 cards just saw the tax return and tought nice more money

But i think i need new and bigger HDD´s more then a third GTX 680 or maybe a 500 GB SSD now that mortal people can buy them without robbing a bank

Got 830 GB of anime alone not counting all the other series i got on my 3 TB HDD
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I have one Asus GTX 680 CU II 2 GB card now and i have ordered a Asus GTX 680 CU II 4 GB card

After that i will be selling my old 2 GB GTX 680 card and ordering a second Asus GTX 680 4 GB so i have two of the same cards

I wont wait for newer card nor will i spend money on the Titan just asking when i am ordering the second card if i sould order a third one with it?

I guess the best person to answer that will be Descadent since he has two gtx 670 4gb card for his triple 1440p monitor smile.gif
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I just recently changed my motherboard out to be able to do tri-sli, but that adventure is on hold now with buying a 3rd card because of my current job situation(company is in serious trouble) and by preparing for the worst, not spending anymore money in hardware.

but with two 670 4gbs I can play anything, so with two 680s would be slightly better. 4gb is a must a 1440p surround.

a 3rd card can only help, but some people hate the tri sli and issues it can bring. For me it was going to be an experiment but I am just going to have to wait now.
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Hey everyone. I was trying to make a final choice on a 2560x1440 monitor. There are currently four I'm going to consider. SAMSUNG S27A850D (($799)), ViewSonic VP2770 (($759)), ASUS PB278Q (($649)), and Dell UltraSharp U2713HM (($629 if i order it right from Dell with a coupon)). I don't want to go over $800 on my purchase and care to consider any of the Korean monitors such as Catleap.

I use my computer for gaming and watching blu ray movies. ((Including using my PS3 from time to time.)) One of the biggest factors for me in a monitor is good realistic color. If a monitor has over saturated it really bothers me. The next thing I'd like is for there to be a good warranty so if something is wrong when I get my monitor I can have it replaced. This is why I won't consider any of the Catleap and such monitors.

The one monitor I'm wary of on my list is the ASUS PB278Q. I'm worried I might be sensitive to the PWM flicker. So any opinions on that would be appreciated.
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I just recently changed my motherboard out to be able to do tri-sli, but that adventure is on hold now with buying a 3rd card because of my current job situation(company is in serious trouble) and by preparing for the worst, not spending anymore money in hardware.

but with two 670 4gbs I can play anything, so with two 680s would be slightly better. 4gb is a must a 1440p surround.

a 3rd card can only help, but some people hate the tri sli and issues it can bring. For me it was going to be an experiment but I am just going to have to wait now.
To tell the truth i rather want to spend money on a ton of new books i can read then a third video card have not bought a new book in months so have nothing to read
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Hey everyone. I was trying to make a final choice on a 2560x1440 monitor. There are currently four I'm going to consider. SAMSUNG S27A850D (($799)), ViewSonic VP2770 (($759)), ASUS PB278Q (($649)), and Dell UltraSharp U2713HM (($629 if i order it right from Dell with a coupon)). I don't want to go over $800 on my purchase and care to consider any of the Korean monitors such as Catleap.

I use my computer for gaming and watching blu ray movies. ((Including using my PS3 from time to time.)) One of the biggest factors for me in a monitor is good realistic color. If a monitor has over saturated it really bothers me. The next thing I'd like is for there to be a good warranty so if something is wrong when I get my monitor I can have it replaced. This is why I won't consider any of the Catleap and such monitors.

The one monitor I'm wary of on my list is the ASUS PB278Q. I'm worried I might be sensitive to the PWM flicker. So any opinions on that would be appreciated.

You also need to be aware that some Asus PB278Q has problems with backlight bleed and the one i have has a single dead pixel other then that i love my Asus PB278Q it is by far the best monitor i have seen
Edited by shilka - 3/29/13 at 10:48am
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SAMSUNG S27A850D (($799)), ViewSonic VP2770 (($759)), ASUS PB278Q (($649)), and Dell UltraSharp U2713HM (($629)).

No. Yes. No. Yes.
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To tell the truth i rather want to spend money on a ton of new books i can read then a third video card have not bought a new book in months so have nothing to read

that's alot of books for price of a video card lol. you won't even have time to game.

i don't read so I don't get it to begin with tongue.gif
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that's alot of books for price of a video card lol. you won't even have time to game.

i don't read so I don't get it to begin with tongue.gif
I can read up to 100 pages in an hour or more depens on the text size and the book size

My own record is a 1250 pages book in about 8 hours but had a massive headache after that
Edited by shilka - 3/29/13 at 12:17pm
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Hey everyone. I was trying to make a final choice on a 2560x1440 monitor. There are currently four I'm going to consider. SAMSUNG S27A850D (($799)), ViewSonic VP2770 (($759)), ASUS PB278Q (($649)), and Dell UltraSharp U2713HM (($629 if i order it right from Dell with a coupon)). I don't want to go over $800 on my purchase and care to consider any of the Korean monitors such as Catleap.

I use my computer for gaming and watching blu ray movies. ((Including using my PS3 from time to time.)) One of the biggest factors for me in a monitor is good realistic color. If a monitor has over saturated it really bothers me. The next thing I'd like is for there to be a good warranty so if something is wrong when I get my monitor I can have it replaced. This is why I won't consider any of the Catleap and such monitors.

The one monitor I'm wary of on my list is the ASUS PB278Q. I'm worried I might be sensitive to the PWM flicker. So any opinions on that would be appreciated.

I would say go with dell u2713hm cause if you do get a bad one or even one stuck or dead pixel they will exchange it for you as many times as you want and you get 3 year warranty. Plus its cheaper then ViewSonic VP2770. Or you can go with ViewSonic VP2770 but i don't know much about that one. I only have the dell u2713hm and am very happy with it. The only thing with my ones are that in black screen only you can some time see the yellow glow on the left side. But if you move you head its gone. It doesn't bother me. Cause i hardly have a black only screen. Out of the box the dell u2713hm has very good colors but if you want to get the best out of the color. You will need to buy a good color calibration software
Edited by GEEKICON - 3/29/13 at 11:43am
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The only thing with my ones are that in black screen only you can some time see the yellow glow on the left side. But if you move you head its gone.

Fortunately that is IPS glow and not bleed. Bleed doesn't move as you move. You should also be able to spot a faint blue/grey/silver glow on the bottom right corner.

It was a bit odd at first coming from a VA, but the other benefits of IPS more than make up for it. thumb.gif
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