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Yep:D

I know it's just pictures, but it seems that you have them amazingly calibrated very close. thumb.gif

Also stop by the U2713HM Club and join us. smile.gif
     
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I know it's just pictures, but it seems that you have them amazingly calibrated very close. thumb.gif

Also stop by the U2713HM Club and join us. smile.gif

I used the setup on the first page for asus monitor except the brightness set it to 75 and the dell monitor is on default smile.gif 2 dead or stuck pixels on the dell winksmiley02.gif but they very hard to notice.
Edited by SuperKW - 6/2/13 at 2:12pm
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I used the setup on the first page for asus monitor except the brightness set it to 75 and the dell monitor is on default smile.gif

I also found MenacingTuba's custom calibration settings on his thread worked very well for the ASUS PB278Q.
     
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I can do 1440P and higher but stick with 1440!
Tri CrossFire (7950's overclocked past 7970 ghz editions ) have not water-cooled them yet so that's the best I can do ;/ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



my final baby.PNG

still building this beast and modding it so its pretty ugly right now!!! PLEASE ADD ME TO THE GROUP!!!

What monitors are those, I can't tell from the pic.

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Finally!!! Today it arrived! ASUS one (duh tongue.gif)


Welcome to the club mate. How you liking your new monitor so far?
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Originally Posted by hatlesschimp View Post

I have a 970D samsung but i was wondering if i could still be in the club after i sell it because i have 3x vg248qe monitors debezelled in portrait surround making a res of 3240 x 1920p. Thanks
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Like other said, you need a minimum of 1 1440P screen or higher to join. Thats a great looking setup by the way. thumb.gif

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Add me to the club smile.gif asus PB278Q and dell U2713HM




You have been added to the list with both your monitors.thumb.gif
post #4915 of 6172
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Originally Posted by joostflux View Post

Where did ya get 39 from? It has a 31.5" display.
If you click on the link and read the article:

"ASUS will be exhibiting the 39-inch and 31.5-inch True 4K UHD Monitor models at Computex 2013 in Taipei."
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If you click on the link and read the article:

"ASUS will be exhibiting the 39-inch and 31.5-inch True 4K UHD Monitor models at Computex 2013 in Taipei."

Apologies, I should not have jumped to conclusions.

Back to the topic biggrin.gif
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Hello
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And I just bought a Crossover Q27, so I am playing at 1440p now and really loving it. I think this monitor is great value for the price. Not a single dead pixel.
But the thing is that even if I OC my GTX 570 (Core clock to 800 shader clock to 1800) i still get a bit stuck in 30 fps in Bioshock infinite or MEtro last light.
It is really playable but not that smooth. Not that I have a lot of cash to spend after buying the monitor, but I have like around 300 bucks that I could spend on a new card.
Do you guys think now is a good time to buy a new graphic card? I was thinking of waiting until winter so the new consoles come up and we see more graphic cards.
Also, I want to buy Nvidia, kind of used to it. So for less than $300 do u think there is anything that I can buy that will really improve my fps at 1440p?
Many thanks
post #4918 of 6172
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Hello
I have this computer:

Intel Core I7 920 2.66Ghz Box Socket 1366 (overclock to 3.8)
Asus P6T Deluxe V2 Socket 1366
Scythe Mugen 2 CPU Cooler
MSI GTX 570 OC Edition
Mushkin Essential DDR3 PC3-16000 6GB 3x2GB 9-10-9-24
Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB SATA2 MAESTRO
Cooler Master HAF 932
Corsair HX850 850W Modular

And I just bought a Crossover Q27, so I am playing at 1440p now and really loving it. I think this monitor is great value for the price. Not a single dead pixel.
But the thing is that even if I OC my GTX 570 (Core clock to 800 shader clock to 1800) i still get a bit stuck in 30 fps in Bioshock infinite or MEtro last light.
It is really playable but not that smooth. Not that I have a lot of cash to spend after buying the monitor, but I have like around 300 bucks that I could spend on a new card.
Do you guys think now is a good time to buy a new graphic card? I was thinking of waiting until winter so the new consoles come up and we see more graphic cards.
Also, I want to buy Nvidia, kind of used to it. So for less than $300 do u think there is anything that I can buy that will really improve my fps at 1440p?
Many thanks

Throw another GTX 570 in there in if your motherboard has slots for two cards

There is no single card that can max out some games in 1440P not even a GTX Titan you need two cards for that
You need this


Edited by shilka - 6/5/13 at 2:54pm
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Throw another GTX 570 in there in if your motherboard has slots for two cards

There is no single card that can max out some games in 1440P not even a GTX Titan you need two cards for that
You need this


I thought about that, and actually, I would love to do that.
I saw in ebay this Gigabyte GeForce GTX 570 at 140 euros.

In order to do the SLI, it has to be the exact same card or just any 570 would do it? can I mix a MSI 570 çOC with this one? So my motherboard accepts SLI?
Thanks
Edited by jgozalo - 6/5/13 at 3:26pm
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In order to do the SLI, it has to be the exact same card or just any 570 would do it?

You can mix and match vendors of reference 570's as they are built the same except who manufactures it. So EVGA and Gigabyte reference 570's no problem etc....
     
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