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Just bought the Crysis pack from Steam. Thanks for the headsup! I will start them after I finish Max Payne.
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Just a thought, but you should probably standardize the benchmarking settings in the OP so we can get some comparable numbers. Its usually easiest to have everybody run them at max possible settings but at this resolution there'd probably be a lot of people who couldn't run them at max....
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Also to relate back to this topic, are there many 2560x1440 laptops out there yet?

I believe 2013 might be a year that we can see PC laptops meeting higher standards and I expect 1440p laptops to be there evantually. Kudos to apple for the retina display in their laptops. 1800p resolution must be nice. 

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Just added you to the club and welcome. Nice setup :)

 

So what resolution are you running?

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Just bought the Crysis pack from Steam. Thanks for the headsup! I will start them after I finish Max Payne.

Max Payne must be great in 1440p as well. Will buy it when it hits a decent sale

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Just a thought, but you should probably standardize the benchmarking settings in the OP so we can get some comparable numbers. Its usually easiest to have everybody run them at max possible settings but at this resolution there'd probably be a lot of people who couldn't run them at max....

I actually thought about that, but couldnt standarize it. Some people might not be able to run them at max. Hack not everyone might also have a DX11 GPU out there. I best wanted to categorize the heaven benchmark, or any kind of benchmark according to GPUs. Lets say that a fellow OCN member has a HD7970. He wants to switch to 1440p but wonders about performance loss. He can than look up for 7970 on the list and see how the benchmarker ran his test, with which settings, and the newcomer can run the exact same settings in 1080p and calculate the performance loss.

 

Again I would really like to make heaven benchmarking standard, but again there are way too many different GPUs out there and I honestly don't know what setting would be universal.

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Totally unnesscary but was playing Fear 1 and wanted to give the benchmarking test a shot

 

 

 

I swear to God this game still stands strong in todays gaming world. I still love the graphics and 1440p makes the game fun once more.

 

Hopefully will finish the trilogy.

 

Above bench was taken with

 

306.02 drivers

GTX 670 @ 1200mhz

Everything MAXED with FXAA enabled in NVCP.

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Hope u guys like my setup!


I really like your three monitors, I can see the use of those two monitors in portrait for what you are using and for working, but if I had three screens I would use them together for one large landscape. But that is just me, your setup is still really nice.

To iARDAs:
Yeh I hope I like the monitor as well, on the outside it has about two minor painting imperfections on the bezel but I am not worried. I will try to do some benchmarking once it is built smile.gif.
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Just a random thought I had, seeing people talk about three screens. I have a HP 27 inch LED and my Samsung 1440p LED for my current setup. If I were to get a 27 inch 3D display could I have the best of three worlds? Where I can use either a single 1440p, single 3D or 120Hz, or use them all in 1080p for Eyefinity? Or will I not be able to group the 1440p monitor in with the 1080p monitors for multi-monitor gaming?

Sorry for the questions, still not sure where I want to go with my setup.
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To iARDAs:
Yeh I hope I like the monitor as well, on the outside it has about two minor painting imperfections on the bezel but I am not worried. I will try to do some benchmarking once it is built smile.gif.

Ahhh its ok with the painting problems. Normal and expected to be honest, but of course not everyone has it. Still, what you should worry about is the image quality thumb.gif

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Just a random thought I had, seeing people talk about three screens. I have a HP 27 inch LED and my Samsung 1440p LED for my current setup. If I were to get a 27 inch 3D display could I have the best of three worlds? Where I can use either a single 1440p, single 3D or 120Hz, or use them all in 1080p for Eyefinity? Or will I not be able to group the 1440p monitor in with the 1080p monitors for multi-monitor gaming?
Sorry for the questions, still not sure where I want to go with my setup.

Hmm good question i want to know the answer of. When all set to 1080p you should be able to run surround but Surround sometimes have weird issues and maybe uncompatible at times.

 

Honestly it sounds like a good idea to purchase a 3D screen but trust me although 120hz IS VERY VERY SMOOTH, downgrading from 1440p to 1080p will not be ideal.

 

However it is understandable that you might want to try 3D in games, but being a 3D enthusiast myself, although it is a great technology, it is no where being ready. Not all game developers take advantage of it, and even if a game is rated Excellent or Good by Nvidia, it might have annoying issues.

 

 

@ everyone else

 

I just wanted to play Crysis 1 for the first time on my 1440p display but I can not select 1440p on the menu.

 

Any workaround for that?

 

nvm guys. I didnt see the small scroll bar right next to the first resolution. it is almost 3AM here lol.

 


Edited by iARDAs - 9/7/12 at 4:48pm
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Here are some Screenshots of Crysis 1 in 1440p for anyone interested

 

 

 

 

Hmmm, I am wondering whether to add 1440p or above SS section on the club.

 

Edit : Yep did it. See 2nd post of this Thread right below Benchmarking.


Feel free to share your screenshots guys.


Edited by iARDAs - 9/7/12 at 5:19pm
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Here are some Screenshots of Crysis 1 in 1440p for anyone interested






Hmmm, I am wondering whether to add 1440p or above SS section on the club

Looks great, does Crysis 1 and 2 still have a strong multi-player community, or do you play single player?
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