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Ok... so last night i decided to scrap the whole titan upgrade plan as its just not worth the money / performance.. even if it would kill my microstutter issues..

Sooo i ordered myself a Asus 1080p VG278HE 144Hz monitor which i really started to like cuz of the height adjustment and 144Hz. + 1080p runs so much smoother with my 3x 680s and pretty much eliminates microstutter.

I really like my Dell U3011 so im not gonna sell it yet.. if i will sell it i could buy 2 more of those 144Hz panels. But im not gonna do that with my 680s due to the 256bit bus and believe me... it ran awful on 5760x1080.. in bf3 the gpu usage dropped to 0% at times..

Maybe im going to consider triple screen again if the 700 series will be beast for surround. For now im just gonna use my U3011 as secondary screen and compare which i like the best.

Ill let you guys know when il get the monitor tommorow smile.gif
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Negative.

There is absolutely no comparing a 1080p to 1600p, I don't care how much MSAA you put on it. Like they say in the automotive world, there's no replacement for displacement. =)

Greg

The problem is, there's no replacement for 120hz either.
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You made the right choice. Gearing up for smooth gaming at 1600p maxed is not worth the cost. 1080p is still the sweet spot for gaming with maxed settings.

Your new VG278H will also have lower input lag because it's a TN panel. The colors won't be as good, but that's the downside of TN. You'll have to edit the color settings to get it as close to accurate as possible. Make sure you try out 3D Vision in a game like Metro 2033 - it's incredible on the VG278H. In games that implement 3D properly (with true stereoscopy, unlike the post-processing 3D in Crysis 2/3,) your framerate should drop by almost 50% compared to 2D.

I think you may also find that your third 680 is not needed at 1080p, so you should definitely test 2 cards versus 3 to see if the gains are worthwhile. Personally, I would keep the best two overclockers and sell the third. If you fall in love with 3D, keeping the third card may be worthwhile.
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Also, make sure you check out this thread about how to use the lightboost hack to eliminate motion blur:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1339384/zero-motion-blur-lcd-nvidia-lightboost-hack-looks-like-crt-looks-like-480hz
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Originally Posted by Equinoxe View Post

Hello guys,

this is really annoying me since im a pretty hardcore player and i cant play when the GPU usage is dropping to 30% for no reason..

EDIT : here a video of my issues https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMnZxel2bRY
Isn't that a CPU bottleneck?
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I think 3 Gtx680 is marginally faster.
I think so too.
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Two Titans destroy 3 680s, it's not even close in the majority of games mainly because the support isn't there. Two Titans perform similarly to two 690s just because 4-way scaling is horrible.
Try adaptive vsync, it feels the same as having it off but without the tearing.
Seriously? I underestimated the Titan cards then.
What is this "adaptive Vsync"? is it like VirtuMVP ?
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Sorry but no matter how much AA you push @1080 you can still easily see the difference when going back to 1440/1600
Difference between what?

I need to get myself informed on monitors and such. Not my best side.
But i wonder about Vsync, i also notice huge difference when i use Vsync or not. It's like it responds quicker to movements on higher frequencies.
Also, i wonder, what's up with 144hz? why that specific number? and what about 1440p vs 1080p? i tought the standard was 1080p because it is kind of superiour due to it being the standard and everything is being adapted to that standard?
Why isn't there a 120hz 1080p monitor?
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What is this "adaptive Vsync"? is it like VirtuMVP ?
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/04/16/nvidia_adaptive_vsync_technology_review/#.UVNFdhwqyaU
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Im still doubting 2x Titans.

I need some more accurate benchmarks so i can compare the performance to my 3x 680's

can anyone help me?

Forget the benchmarks. It's a waste of money. Titan is just a gimmick. Is it good? Yes. Is it $1,000 good? No.
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Forget the benchmarks. It's a waste of money. Titan is just a gimmick. Is it good? Yes. Is it $1,000 good? No.

why did you get a i7-3770k? A 2600k works just as well and is cheaper. Why'd you get a Cooler Master Cosmos 2? It's severely overkill and doesn't cool your components 5 times better than my Haf912, but it costs 5 times more. Why'd you get a 1,000 watt PSU? It's overkill and you could get the same performance with a cheaper one.

see where I'm going with this?

Guess we should all make fun of those that bought a i7-3960X even though CPU's wayyyyyyy cheaper can still play games within a decent margin


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why did you get a i7-3770k? A 2600k works just as well and is cheaper. Why'd you get a Cooler Master Cosmos 2? It's severely overkill and doesn't cool your components 5 times better than my Haf912, but it costs 5 times more. Why'd you get a 1,000 watt PSU? It's overkill and you could get the same performance with a cheaper one.

see where I'm going with this?

Guess we should all make fun of those that bought a i7-3960X even though CPU's wayyyyyyy cheaper can still play games within a decent margin


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Yeah... so..

Today i got my Asus VG278HE. And till now im not too happy with it..
The 144Hz is really cool tough.. really smooth. I still have to adjust to 1080p.. its such a diff compared to my 1600p Dell. Less space on desktop, more scrolling lol.

But the reason why im not happy is that it has a stuck pixel... its a red dot which you can see pretty well when the screen is black. So im running a pixel test for tonight.

Ive put my dell aside even though i kinda miss it.

Performance wise its really smooth at 1080p and in bf3, 3-way is really overkill when the usage is good. Im still getting these fps drops in 64 player servers. Happens when the gpu usage drops to 30% giving me a minimum of 55fps though. Guess its a game issue then.

Other than that the third card is a nice addition when playing crysis 3 full details with 8xmsaa. Giving me around 75/80 fps avg.

I just hope i can fix the stuck pixel as it really bothers me. And 1 pixel is not enough to send it back.
Edited by Equinoxe - 3/27/13 at 6:21pm
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