Originally Posted by carlhil2
Just checked, did you see his SINGLE Titan benches at stock, with different settings? I push 1228 in games now, I might be able to get myself some decent frames ....
I did see that, I was one of the guys in there who requested that test. It's purpose was to see how AA would affect fps at 4k, that's all. Hence the reason the card was at stock.
I am just saying that you will have a real hard time justifying 4k if you end up having to lower graphics settings for current and future games.
Originally Posted by Jpmboy
Well, not with one titan... but with 2 it works fine and keeps >60fps in every game with overclocking. On that monitor, AA is meaningless, the pixel density is so high. If the game is really 4K capable (BF4 is) switch AA off.
This is pretty subjective as you well know. When 1440p came out, people said the same thing and now a lot of people still use AA at that res because they can still distinguish the difference between no AA and 2/4x AA.Edited by geggeg - 4/7/14 at 7:36am