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Here are some 1440p screenshots from Duke Nukem Forever.



















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Yeah I like how the game looks in 1440p. The graphics are not bad at all for a hardcore console port such as this one.

However I can not see myself finishing the game as the FOV should be much better than this. I get headaches

Just to clear it up by the FOV do you mean the field of vision? Wow you actually got that cheesy game that took so long to get released? In my opinion I don't like those screenshots especially the first and even more so the second one, probably the best one of them is the fourth one.

I can't wait till the new consoles are released, not because I will buy them, but because they are going to be a lot more powerful so that the console ports are a lot better biggrin.gif.
Edited by Dehatitated - 9/26/12 at 5:48pm
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iARDAS, what is the utility that shows you the statistics in purple on the top left?

Is it exclusive to NVidia cards?
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iARDAS, what is the utility that shows you the statistics in purple on the top left?
Is it exclusive to NVidia cards?

MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision X (redone afterburner)

It's cross compatible with the two sides
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MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision X (redone afterburner)
It's cross compatible with the two sides

I suppose it should work with any card of that brand, correct? Like MSI Afterburner should work on my 6950's?
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Hey guys. I was wondering where the best place to buy a 1440p monitor would be. I was considering the Yamakasi Catleap, but am not sure if there is maybe a particular eBay seller or website that is reliable or anything like that. Thanks in advance guys. biggrin.gif
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Red Cap, Green Sum, and Accessories Whole. I've heard great things about all of them....
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Red Cap, Green Sum, and Accessories Whole. I've heard great things about all of them....

Alright, cool. I looked at them and they seem legitimate. What about the kind of monitor? Is the Catleap good? Or is there another? Also, what is the dead pixel rate (as in how often does it occur?)?

I have so many questions before I jump on this redface.gif
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Just to clear it up by the FOV do you mean the field of vision? Wow you actually got that cheesy game that took so long to get released? In my opinion I don't like those screenshots especially the first and even more so the second one, probably the best one of them is the fourth one.
I can't wait till the new consoles are released, not because I will buy them, but because they are going to be a lot more powerful so that the console ports are a lot better biggrin.gif.

I actually purchased Tomb Raider Underworld for 3Dvision as it was recommended by bloody up in 3dvision blog but i did not have a gamepad at the time and the game was impossible to play without gamepad so I never got playing it. Now that I have a gamepad I wanted to give it a shot but yeah I really dont beleive i will see to the end of the game. But who knows. So many things are broken in that game. And yeah I mean field of vision. The character is waaay to close to the screen and waaay to big. It bugs me.

 

I agree with the console ports in the next generation though.

 

Edit : Sorry you were talking about Duke Nukem Forever. Well I actually bought it for 3Dvision as well :) I think it is a 3Dvision Ready title but I never played it much. The game's jokes are mostly terrible but could be funny howevre the gunfight is extremely average. I am just going to finish thrugh that game because I paid for it biggrin.gif... So many games I bought last year that I never played and I really want to finish some of them.

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iARDAS, what is the utility that shows you the statistics in purple on the top left?
Is it exclusive to NVidia cards?

Download MSI afterburner

go to Settings

go to Monitoring

you will see a list in the middle of the screen such as GPU usage, GPU temperature.

Click on any of them you like and than check Show in on Screen display. Do this for anything you want to be shown on your screen.

The Framerate counter is on the very bottom

than I believe the MSI on-screen server will be up automatically and there you can configure HOW the informations will look. Such as which color, which font etc...

 

 

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I suppose it should work with any card of that brand, correct? Like MSI Afterburner should work on my 6950's?

 

Yeah since it is MSI afterburner and you already have it than you are all good to go.


Edited by iARDAs - 9/27/12 at 12:52am
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Alright, cool. I looked at them and they seem legitimate. What about the kind of monitor? Is the Catleap good? Or is there another? Also, what is the dead pixel rate (as in how often does it occur?)?
I have so many questions before I jump on this redface.gif

Yamakasi and Crossover are very very popular in our club. Achievias are also good monitors.

 

You can't go wrong with any of them but I believe the quality of the bezel is the best with Crossover. Other than that you will have the same visiaul quality in any of the above three.

 

You have a 85-90% chance that you will get a perfect monitor. 

 

I hear that sometimes people have problems but they are mostly extremely small issues where you need to change your DVI cable or open up the back of your monitor and make sure some wires are not loose etc...

 

Since you live in USA, you dont have to pay customs fee and if the monitor you have is really broken or something like that, you can always send it back for a replacement. In USA this should be a very very smooth transaction.

 

Also I hear that if you get like a dead pixel or something like that you might get some of your money back.

 

Ask away any questions you have but be sure that these monitors will make you happy evantually.

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Hey guys. I was wondering where the best place to buy a 1440p monitor would be. I was considering the Yamakasi Catleap, but am not sure if there is maybe a particular eBay seller or website that is reliable or anything like that. Thanks in advance guys. biggrin.gif

I bought my Crossover from Accessories Whole, but there are other good ones aswell.
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Alright, cool. I looked at them and they seem legitimate. What about the kind of monitor? Is the Catleap good? Or is there another? Also, what is the dead pixel rate (as in how often does it occur?)?
I have so many questions before I jump on this redface.gif

The Crossovers are more expensive but have a sturdier stand and I like the bezel more. The pixel rate is usually pretty good, and if you are so worried about one dead pixel out of thousands of pixels then you can buy a pixel perfect model. The dead pixels are not even the things to really worry about, the things are the "Gems", backlight bleeding, yellow colour tints and some people have even had their stands not level on the I can't remember either the Yamakasi or Shimians. The Yamakasi and Shimians are cheaper but will still give the same picture quality. I have a screen that I will take some pictures of, and hope that I can show you the dead pixel (it is stuck on the light colours mainly a green/blue). I'll put them on in an edit.

If u want to be able to overclock your monitor so that it runs faster then 60hz I recommend that you buy a monitor from the site underneath this line.

120hz.net
Edited by Dehatitated - 9/27/12 at 5:59am
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