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The more I see of 4k the more I'm sure I'm going for the first 50" 4k TV I find that is capable of 60Hz. I just can't wait to set that sucker up on my desk and play some BF4 at 3840 x 2160!
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I would love some 4k, but what am i going to do with this WSGF XXL 5x1 stand?!
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I like my multi-monitor display setup as well but a 50" 4k monitor would fill all my display needs without having to deal with bezels and other compromises. The resolution is so high that even at 50" text and things of that nature would still look sharp and crisp while the sheer size of the screen would allow for as much multi-tasking as I could ever need. I just think it would be the perfect solution for me provided I can get at least 60 FPS out of it in games...
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IIRC HDMI 1.4 standard should provide enough bandwidth for 60Hz at 3840x2400.
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Question.
I'm installing my EK block on the titan tomorrow. Should I put thermal pads on the R22 and R33 inductors for cooling?
Thanks.
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Is the Titan Black PCB close to or identical to the Standard Titan PCB? I want to buy a Titan Black ACX cooler, but I don't know if it will fit a standard Titan. The Titan Black ACX fits 780Ti, and my 780/Titan XSPC block fits 780Tis, so I suppose it should fit.

Does anyone know for sure?

Here is the cooler to which I am refering.

http://www.evga.com/Products/ProductList.aspx?type=2
Edited by valkeriefire - 4/23/14 at 1:13pm
 
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post #23397 of 28138
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Originally Posted by valkeriefire View Post

Is the Titan Black PCB close to or identical to the Standard Titan PCB? I want to buy a Titan Black ACX cooler, but I don't know if it will fit a standard Titan. The Titan Black ACX fits 780Ti, and my 780/Titan XSPC block fits 780Tis, so I suppose it should fit.

Does anyone know for sure?

Here is the cooler to which I am refering.

http://www.evga.com/Products/ProductList.aspx?type=2

Most likely no...But I can´t give you a definite answer. Although even EVGA does not list the titan regular as compatible with this model of the acx.

EDIT- you can have a definite answer about that asking the EVGA representative in house (Jacobs I think)
Edited by Gabrielzm - 4/23/14 at 1:23pm
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Titan, Titan Black, 780 and 780Ti reference PCBs are all the same AFAICT.
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Originally Posted by L36 View Post

Question.
I'm installing my EK block on the titan tomorrow. Should I put thermal pads on the R22 and R33 inductors for cooling?
Thanks.

search the Thread about thermal pads (with pictures) around Christmas last year. You will find the posts dealing with that. I personally put thermal pads on both.

EDIT- here we go but there are others posts around Christmas.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/21860
post #23400 of 28138
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I like my multi-monitor display setup as well but a 50" 4k monitor would fill all my display needs without having to deal with bezels and other compromises. The resolution is so high that even at 50" text and things of that nature would still look sharp and crisp while the sheer size of the screen would allow for as much multi-tasking as I could ever need. I just think it would be the perfect solution for me provided I can get at least 60 FPS out of it in games...

what really bugs me is that nearly all the 4K panels are 60Hz capable (or more) ... the early releases are crippled by signal bandwidth and transceiver licensing. I'm on that 50" 4K60 panel as soon as it's out too. Watch for the Korean and Chinese OEMs...
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