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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Actually this is hardware acceleration being broken due to the full patch. If your not using SLI you can use hte partial patch and still have flash hardware acceleration. If you have a muti-GPU setup you have to use the full patch and flash hardware acceleration will need to be turned off(which doesn't matter just about everyone has a fast enough CPU for software flash filtering these days).
Here
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=380613

Also searching flickering in this thread will give you several answers. Check all your variables, there hasn't been a simple catch all fix for this. It could be several different things and i am sure you have been doing some tinkering to get things working so make sure it isn't something simple and search.

The one time this happened to me a driver re-install worked. You having JUST patched may need to re-install drivers and patch first thing after to start from scratch and remove any possible corruption(clean install too).

Ok fixed. Thanks. Any idea why bf4 just crashes after a little while?

Guessing it's just the game lol
post #11302 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Jetlitheone View Post

Ok fixed. Thanks. Any idea why bf4 just crashes after a little while?

Guessing it's just the game lol

BF4 is a glitch, buggy load of crap........and such a good game. BF4 is a love hate relationship. The game runs and then it doesn't, just keep up with updates for it.
post #11303 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Actually this is hardware acceleration being broken due to the full patch. If your not using SLI you can use hte partial patch and still have flash hardware acceleration. If you have a muti-GPU setup you have to use the full patch and flash hardware acceleration will need to be turned off(which doesn't matter just about everyone has a fast enough CPU for software flash filtering these days).
Here
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=380613

Also searching flickering in this thread will give you several answers. Check all your variables, there hasn't been a simple catch all fix for this. It could be several different things and i am sure you have been doing some tinkering to get things working so make sure it isn't something simple and search.

The one time this happened to me a driver re-install worked. You having JUST patched may need to re-install drivers and patch first thing after to start from scratch and remove any possible corruption(clean install too).
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Originally Posted by wntrsnowg View Post

I think it is a common issue when OCing monitors. This is sometimes referred to as green screen, because most of the time the video shows a constant green screen. There is a fix to it by adjusting some video playback setting. Search the thread for green screen or the like.


Reps to you.
Flash GPU Acceleration was issue.
post #11304 of 25893
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Originally Posted by wntrsnowg View Post

I think it is a common issue when OCing monitors. This is sometimes referred to as green screen, because most of the time the video shows a constant green screen. There is a fix to it by adjusting some video playback setting. Search the thread for green screen or the like.
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Originally Posted by wntrsnowg View Post

I think it is a common issue when OCing monitors. This is sometimes referred to as green screen, because most of the time the video shows a constant green screen. There is a fix to it by adjusting some video playback setting. Search the thread for green screen or the like.

Reps to you.
Flash GPU Acceleration was issue.
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There is no "best" place, most places are the same however if you can get the squaretrade warranty or don't mind spending a little more and buy from newegg. Also i recommend reading through a lot of the thread(especially the OP) and becoming NOT a noob before buying. It is always best to know what you are doing before you do it. Lastly, a GTX680 should be fine but you may want to consider in the future moving to SLI to maintain 120fps in some games(depending on the requirements of games you play).

When i had 570s in SLI i was able to keep 60-80fps in most games and some would stay at 120fps. A GTX680 is pretty much equal or slightly better that 570s in SLI and equal to a GTX770 which i have both owned. When i had two GTX770s in SLI it pretty much took anything i could through at it except for VRAM. 1440p needs at least 2GB of VRAM and 3GB would be ideal.

I am not from the UK but newegg will ship there. If you go ebay then you may have to pay VAT but it will get there.

Ive not looked into newegg and I have been reading through the thread so if I ordered from newegg wouldn't I get taxed on it? Ive heard they dont do glossy but as I game in a dark room I tgink glossy woulf be better for me. Also whats a good quality dvi lead? Is it true that you need a good quality one? I mainly play 3rd person batman, tomb raider assassin's creed etc I only have a 650w psu so would be an expensive upgrade if I was to sli too but I may just wait until maxwell as long as I can get 60hz roughly in most games that will be cool for now
post #11306 of 25893
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Originally Posted by taafe View Post

Ive not looked into newegg and I have been reading through the thread so if I ordered from newegg wouldn't I get taxed on it? Ive heard they dont do glossy but as I game in a dark room I tgink glossy woulf be better for me. Also whats a good quality dvi lead? Is it true that you need a good quality one? I mainly play 3rd person batman, tomb raider assassin's creed etc I only have a 650w psu so would be an expensive upgrade if I was to sli too but I may just wait until maxwell as long as I can get 60hz roughly in most games that will be cool for now

This is a quote of my DVI research:

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This is more of an electrical argument than a research game. Any dual link DVI cable has a certain data rate that it is capable of and the size of the cable in terms of thickness is more about voltage over a distance. The thicker the cable the longer you can potentially send the data signal without data degradation. With overclocking you are pushing that data rate to its limits and cable quality does make a difference but it is not so much dependent of size, but is more on distance. The length of time the data is carried and the quality of the cable are the two main factors where size is a compensation for the length of time or distance the data is carried.

With this being said it is more important to get a very good quality short cable. If the thicker cables seem to have better results that would be worth considering in terms of how well the particular cables are made. The same could be said for a very short thin cable from a certain seller. This is why there are mixed reviews as no cable is equal(same as the monitor). The one thing that does show a very constant positive result is a shorter cable.

Over many of the tests i have done anything over 6ft seemed to have degraded results in stability per refresh regardless of the thickness. I originally bought 3 24AWG monoprice cables which had completely mixed results with one worse, one equal, and one better than the stock cable. After doing this i went up to work and tested about 30 DVI cables with the only constant positive factor being length.

After it was all said and done i found a random old DVI cable in a box at work that had no bells or whistles on ends, 24AWG and barely 3ft long that gave me the best results by a good margin(about 7hz over the best monoprice cable totaling 153hz). So go shorter than 6ft (as every cable i tried over 6ft barely hit 108hz) and get a few to try. Cables are not that expensive and if you have a few gamer friends there is likely several you can borrow and try to get the best overclock and don't worry too much about thickness.
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post #11307 of 25893
So my new Gloss only ( no glass / no matte ) models should be coming in this week. Got one of the tempered glass models back in its box, greensum had me submit a request for DHL to pick it up but when they got there they asked for an invoice and all this paperwork that I was not informed about, if anyones dealt with DHL as the return before if you could please pass on a copy of your invoice (just the important section or copy the data out such as weight etc ) Appreciate it.
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Has anyone heard about the new QNIX QX2710 DP Multi: http://www.overclock.net/t/1440228/korean-qnix-qx2710-evolution-ll-27-2560x1440-matte-samsung-pls-panel-multi-input-model-discussion
It doesn't have only a single DVI and it has OSD etc. But does it lose it's overclockability and input lag, does anyone know?
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post #11309 of 25893
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Has anyone heard about the new QNIX QX2710 DP Multi: http://www.overclock.net/t/1440228/korean-qnix-qx2710-evolution-ll-27-2560x1440-matte-samsung-pls-panel-multi-input-model-discussion
It doesn't have only a single DVI and it has OSD etc. But does it lose it's overclockability and input lag, does anyone know?

Its old but no it cannot OC its the same quality though just meant to be used as a 60hz for those that want the extra options for input
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Its old but no it cannot OC its the same quality though just meant to be used as a 60hz for those that want the extra options for input

...Darn and I was happy to hear about it. Now back to choosing which 1440p to buy biggrin.gif
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