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I thought this game would be more difficult to run. I've played with a gtx 460, 770, and now a 780 Lightning. The 460 was surprisingly playable at low settings even at 2560x1440. With the Lightning I'm using now I max everything out except for msaa which is at 4x and I rarely see 80% gpu usage. I guess it's just optimized well. It obviously looks great!

What are you guys playing it on?

780Ti at 1080p
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Originally Posted by w35t View Post

I thought this game would be more difficult to run. I've played with a gtx 460, 770, and now a 780 Lightning. The 460 was surprisingly playable at low settings even at 2560x1440. With the Lightning I'm using now I max everything out except for msaa which is at 4x and I rarely see 80% gpu usage. I guess it's just optimized well. It obviously looks great!

What are you guys playing it on?

3X 290x in tri-fire at 1440p @ 120hz on ultra
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Originally Posted by Knight26 View Post

24" 1080p @ 120hz with crossfire R9 290's @ max settings. The 2 290's are a bit overkill for the monitor I'm using but I was running a triple wide 1080p @ 60hz setup until a few weeks ago. I wanted to try playing at 120hz and I can tell the difference. Everything runs really smooth although I do miss having the extra screen real-estate in my peripheral vision. I keep expecting to catch movement out of the corner of my eye but there's nothing there. I just saw that LG has there new Ultra wide QHD monitors available for pre-order on Amazon. 34" 3440 x 1440 @ 60hz. I thinking about trying one of those but I don't how well the resolution will be supported right now. That's the main reason why I haven't tried other 21:9 monitors.
Love that compared to 60hz. Also saw that extra wide monitor but I'm concerned about whether it'll catch on and games having settings for it.

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3X 290x in tri-fire at 1440p @ 120hz on ultra
Bit overkill don't you think?! LoL thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

3X 290x in tri-fire at 1440p @ 120hz on ultra
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Originally Posted by jdstock76 View Post

Bit overkill don't you think?! LoL thumb.gif

Not overkill, if he wants 120fps @ those settings.
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Originally Posted by keikei View Post


Not overkill, if he wants 120fps @ those settings.

290X x3 = overkill at 1440p for a mere 120fps.
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290X x3 = overkill at 1440p for a mere 120fps.

Not for a constant 120fps regardless of the on-screen activity (explosions, levolution events etc).
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Not for a constant 120fps regardless of the on-screen activity (explosions, levolution events etc).
Agreed. I was mostly just giving him ****. But I definitely think he should add 2 more 1440s. hahahaha biggrin.gif
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How many FPS would a 780 TI, clocked at 1500mhz get me at 1440p?
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How many FPS would a 780 TI, clocked at 1500mhz get me at 1440p?

Exactly more FPS than a HD 5850.
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Exactly more FPS than a HD 5850.

Not a chance.


Anyway.. why dont you google benches, a bunch of sites that nowadays run 1440p only.
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