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From what I have read in this forum and I think one or two more, the GTX 5XX series has problems with anything above 96Hz. I would look through some of the older posts (2 to 5 pages) and look at what some of the other people are having issues with. I believe everything will be fine once those 660's get it thumb.gif

aww sweet! I missed some pages as I had gone to Vegas for the boxing match and was at the Encore - Beach Club partying my head off. I'm pumped up for the 660 ti's, but wondering if 2 680's 4GB would be a better choice?
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aww sweet! I missed some pages as I had gone to Vegas for the boxing match and was at the Encore - Beach Club partying my head off. I'm pumped up for the 660 ti's, but wondering if 2 680's 4GB would be a better choice?

Obviously, but they're also more expensive.
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Obviously, but they're also more expensive.

Something to think about then for me next week thumb.gif
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Something to think about then for me next week thumb.gif
I believe the 4gb version are not worth it for single monitor, whatever resolution
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I believe the 4gb version are not worth it for single monitor, whatever resolution

Going for 3 660 ti 3gb should be in the clear i hope :/

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-680-geforce-gtx-660-ti-sli,3429-9.html
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Sorry no unboxing pics, OC to 100Hz. Anything higher causes my window to stutter like if would be getting 5fps when i move it side to side, Any ideas why? I think my video card is holding me back (gtx 560 ti hawk) will be picking up 3 660 ti's 3gb in a couple weeks. Hopefully i could get 120Hz stable.
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Raise your 2D clockspeeds. This happened to me with my 7970 until I raised my 2D clockspeeds up.
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Desperate for what? Yes my bleed looks almost exactly the same only the one on the left is brighter and mine don't go so high. I take anyone saying "mine is bleed free" with a grain of salt though some likely do have little to none as I think it's definitely related to the frame inside and/or the bezel. I have very little panel play and, interestingly, where the panel seems totally flush with the bezel and where the panel can not be pushed in at all is where most of my bleed spots occur.

So it's not the stand specifically I don't think but, yes, I too noticed it's lessened depending on angle and is worse when the monitor is tilted back in the "stock position". The camera makes mine worse, actually, which is one reason I haven't posted pics.

My entire panels rocks back and forth and the bottom is the only place where it is very tightly seated and no, there was no bleed at all.
What I was trying to explain was that when I tilted the monitor to face parallel to the table the stand tightened/pressed the bezel/frame into the panel and slowly but noticeably the bleed started getting worse. That's why I was desperate as I was afraid the whole screen would be ruined.
I immediately titled the monitor back to the stock angle and after 4 - 5 hours the bleed has gone.
I have a perfect panel again for now, but once I get a new vesa mount, I will wait for the warranty period to end and then throw the stock stand under a freakin road roller.
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The only way to possibly fix this is to open it up. Your mom won't like that. wink.gif

Nah, I have been opening electronics up since my childhood. It's just that, in times like these, when you spend 330$ on something, which is 18K in Indian currency, you expect it to at-least start.
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Raise your 2D clockspeeds. This happened to me with my 7970 until I raised my 2D clockspeeds up.

Is that what's causing it? If i restart with anything higher than 100Hz I have to load last known good configuration cause after start screen screen looses signal (blue light flashes).
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Nice setup... corona y modelo. What speakers are those?
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Nice setup... corona y modelo. What speakers are those?

Yes sir, Dayton b652's pioneerisloud recommended em awhile back. I have a Dayton T100 amp 50w/channel 2 channels, Polkaudio sub 10" forgot the model #.

Edit: Sub PSW110

Edit2: Google tv will be going back into my bedroom, was using it temporary as a monitor while i waiting for my Qnix.
Edited by Coolio831 - 5/14/13 at 11:31am
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