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I hear you! biggrin.gif



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Nice set up thumb.gif I tried surround - the bezel gap drove me nutz. blinksmiley.gif But it's a great way to get high rez with what's available. within a year, 4k60 for <<$1000.
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Nice set up thumb.gif I tried surround - the bezel gap drove me nutz. blinksmiley.gif But it's a great way to get high rez with what's available. within a year, 4k60 for <<$1000.

Thanks JP! wink.gif
You know what i would really like? a 55" 4K 120hz curved OLED TV! Like the new Samsung and LG's but with 4K res! That would be awesome! biggrin.gif
But at 1080P, $8000 and the lack for 120hz, i will wait for better offers... rolleyes.gif
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so I'm ready to watercool my 3 titans, but where did all the EK blocks go?

frozencpu only has the small non-full cover acrylic blocks for Titans now. What happened to the rest of them? No longer in production? frown.gif

I see the 780Ti's are listed as compatible, but they're obviously stamped on the block with 780 Ti
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Just picked up another 2 titans. Quad sli? Prob sell the 4th
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Are you soon going to jamming up TITAN Z bios? It is going to be a monster to mod it. :p And who is picking up TITAN Z?

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so I'm ready to watercool my 3 titans, but where did all the EK blocks go?

frozencpu only has the small non-full cover acrylic blocks for Titans now. What happened to the rest of them? No longer in production? frown.gif

I see the 780Ti's are listed as compatible, but they're obviously stamped on the block with 780 Ti
The EK block on FrozenCPU is a full-cover block. It's the shorty. The XL version has the same length of copper with just an extended plastic top to the end of the card, it cools nothing extra. For actual OCing the XL version actually adds a couple of degrees to the VRMs therefore the shorties are a tad better for the highest OCs.
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Are you soon going to jamming up TITAN Z bios? It is going to be a monster to mod it. tongue.gif And who is picking up TITAN Z?
I don't see too many people picking up the Titan Z unless they have a special need for a dual gk110 on one PCB. X2 Titan black in SLI is still $1000 cheaper.
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The EK block on FrozenCPU is a full-cover block. It's the shorty. The XL version has the same length of copper with just an extended plastic top to the end of the card, it cools nothing extra. For actual OCing the XL version actually adds a couple of degrees to the VRMs therefore the shorties are a tad better for the highest OCs. Just so happens I have one for sale, PM me if interested.

But does that mean they were discontinued? the full/extended cover ones look so much better frown.gif

edit: damn, found in the EK thread that yes - Titan blocks were replaced with 780Ti ones......

so....shorty vs full cover.....how to decide frown.gif
Edited by exyia - 4/9/14 at 4:32pm
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But does that mean they were discontinued? the full/extended cover ones look so much better frown.gif

edit: damn, found in the EK thread that yes - Titan blocks were replaced with 780Ti ones......

so....shorty vs full cover.....how to decide frown.gif

Yep, the 780ti replaced the Titan Blocks.

I went with full cover blocks. Love how they look.



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By that reasoning CRT is the way forward. You'll shave at least 8ms off the response time. Switching to a PS2 keyboard and mouse will save another 5ms or so compared to USB (dedicated non-universal buses with dedicated interrupts make a big difference). Disable frame pre-rendering for another ~15ms per frame @60Hz (~8ms @120Hz). 15 years ago when I wasn't too old for twitch gaming (original UT) this sort of optimisation made a very measurable difference.

You are unlikely to find as big a difference between different TFT panels. That's not to say there is no difference at all, of course. But it seems like a big waste of time chasing 1-2ms because it makes a difference to you when there are an order of magnitude bigger gains available elsewhere.

I didn't know that about the frame pre-rendering. Is it possible to change it in the nvidia control panel?
Getting Crt doesn't obviously come into question and also ps2 mouse I don't know any actual gaming mouse. But I sure change what else I can, I didn't try other monitors than vg278he (not vg278hr I mistake writing) and the ve278q. But for sure ingame (crysis2 multiplayer wich can be very fast) I think the majority of players don't have much chance already because of the hardware they use.
I'm 34 and not feeling too old to play and rock&roll on the multiplayer biggrin.gif

Its a kind of cheat because unlike riding a bike as it should be done is illegal, dangerous sports can get you killed, womens oft complicate my life, can't do party as I wish cos the clubs aren't many and not of the best kind here around. A freaking awesome multiplayer session of 5 hours doesn't have those drawbacks. And if I wish I go on longer wink.gif
My 3 titans and all the expensive stuff isn't there to be looked at nor to perform nice benching scores.
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I didn't know that about the frame pre-rendering. Is it possible to change it in the nvidia control panel?
Getting Crt doesn't obviously come into question and also ps2 mouse I don't know any actual gaming mouse. But I sure change what else I can, I didn't try other monitors than vg278he (not vg278hr I mistake writing) and the ve278q. But for sure ingame (crysis2 multiplayer wich can be very fast) I think the majority of players don't have much chance already because of the hardware they use.
I'm 34 and not feeling too old to play and rock&roll on the multiplayer biggrin.gif

Its a kind of cheat because unlike riding a bike as it should be done is illegal, dangerous sports can get you killed, womens oft complicate my life, can't do party as I wish cos the clubs aren't many and not of the best kind here around. A freaking awesome multiplayer session of 5 hours doesn't have those drawbacks. And if I wish I go on longer wink.gif
My 3 titans and all the expensive stuff isn't there to be looked at nor to perform nice benching scores.

Gordans right, its not worth it to go after all that trouble for 1.2 ms, i found (after any monitors) these VG278HE were the fastest at the time i bought them and its a pity they are TN, poor colors and viewing angles but they are very responsive and with the light boost trick (ToastyX Strobelight tool) they are close to a CRT!
Im 43 and with the short time i have between Family/Police work/Gym(power lifting), my gaming RIG is my Rock&Roll too, being old is a state of mind! wink.gif

Cheers

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