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CRU directly modifies the EDID(well mostly) thus bypassing windows. The settings in the NVCP don't stick unless it is a new not defined resolution/refresh, any overlaps generally go back to the default settings. Even then it is setup as a custom resolution and not a native one thus not getting detected by some games and apps. It is best to test with the NVCP to make real time changes(and not restarting constantly) to find the best timings then putting those into CRU to make the timings "stick".

My games can detect the custom resolutions no problem.
As you can see from the picture, the resolutions are already defined. It's when I try to go modify the existing resolutions after clicking yes to test is where it's not saving. confused.gif
What theme is that?
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Wow, great information. I have a 780ti as well, and was quite disappointed in its performance with three screens. It's funny though, they keep advertising these cards "4K GAMING" and yet, the people who are going to buy these $800 cards, will be gaming with three monitors, and we can't do even 1440P (2.5K) on them. lol So stupid.

So when can I grab a single GPU, attach it to 3x 30" 4K at 120hz or higher monitors with 60+FPS.....looks like it's going to be awhile frown.gif

3 screens @1440p is considerably higher than 4k single monitor which they were touting.

3840x2160 vs effectively 7680x1440 unless I'm mistaken, 3 of these monitors is close to 8k I'm probably wrong but it's still more than 4k.
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Wow, great information. I have a 780ti as well, and was quite disappointed in its performance with three screens. It's funny though, they keep advertising these cards "4K GAMING" and yet, the people who are going to buy these $800 cards, will be gaming with three monitors, and we can't do even 1440P (2.5K) on them. lol So stupid.

So when can I grab a single GPU, attach it to 3x 30" 4K at 120hz or higher monitors with 60+FPS.....looks like it's going to be awhile frown.gif

3 screens @1440p is considerably higher than 4k single monitor which they were touting.

3840x2160 vs effectively 7680x1440 unless I'm mistaken, 3 of these monitors is close to 8k I'm probably wrong but it's still more than 4k.

7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels is 25% more pixels than 3840×2160 (4K) @ 8,294,400 pixels.

7680×4320 (8K) @ 33,177,600 pixels is 66% more pixels than 7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels


So a triple 1440p monitor is a fair amount more than 4K but no where near 8K.
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 12/28/13 at 5:41pm
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7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels is 25% more pixels than 3840×2160 (4K) @ 8,294,400 pixels.

7680×4320 (8K) @ 33,177,600 pixels is 66% more pixels than 7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels


So a triple 1440p monitor is a fair amount more than 4K but no where near 8K.

Yeah there ya go, I figured I'd be wrong but it was more than 4k thumb.gif
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7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels is 25% more pixels than 3840×2160 (4K) @ 8,294,400 pixels.

7680×4320 (8K) @ 33,177,600 pixels is 66% more pixels than 7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels


So a triple 1440p monitor is a fair amount more than 4K but no where near 8K.

Yeah there ya go, I figured I'd be wrong but it was more than 4k thumb.gif

Unrelated...

I laugh every time I see your avatar. It reminds me of this (mostly the TV bit at the very end)...
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7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels is 25% more pixels than 3840×2160 (4K) @ 8,294,400 pixels.

7680×4320 (8K) @ 33,177,600 pixels is 66% more pixels than 7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels


So a triple 1440p monitor is a fair amount more than 4K but no where near 8K.

Umm..isnt true 4K 4096 x 2560, which would mean 3x is 12228x7680?

Nonetheless, I feel like we should still be able to game at 120hz 60+FPS at any resolution. It's hardware has slowed down, and its sad.
Edited by bmancreations - 12/28/13 at 6:22pm
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What theme is that?
placebo I think. http://solmiler.deviantart.com/art/Placebo-for-Windows-7-188414149
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What theme is that?
placebo I think. http://solmiler.deviantart.com/art/Placebo-for-Windows-7-188414149
Thanks Bro, been out of the theme game for a while. That black one caught my eye though.
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Thanks Bro, been out of the theme game for a while. That black one caught my eye though.
No worries. My pc is apart at the moment, I'll double check and let you know for sure.
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Thanks Bro, been out of the theme game for a while. That black one caught my eye though.
No worries. My pc is apart at the moment, I'll double check and let you know for sure.
Your good that link was just what I needed. Dude makes some nice stuff. Been a while since I've been on deviant.
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