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post #14771 of 25887
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

I would sooner stay with Nvidia to be honest and my rig is set up for Nvidia with drivers and my Monitor driver thumb.gif

I am also back to team green for now, so I don't blame you. I was just giving you info from experience, not saying go ATI or anything. Also patching the ATI drivers didn't play well with videos online.
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post #14772 of 25887
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I think i am going to get 2 new GTX 770 asus OC or gigabyte wiindforce...which one do you have?.. and will does having over 2gb of ram make a difference on my GTX660 SLI i have never seen them using anywhere near 2GB in games

I have a 770 from gigabyte the oc version ofc and its awesome pushes pretty high got it clocked at 1330 and memory at 7650 and its damn stable even at high loads never goes above 70°C . Was thinking of getting a second one and put them in sli but i think ill grab a 780ti or wait for the new 880 i've never been a fan of sli tbh.
post #14773 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Naxxy View Post

I have a 770 from gigabyte the oc version ofc and its awesome pushes pretty high got it clocked at 1330 and memory at 7650 and its damn stable even at high loads never goes above 70°C . Was thinking of getting a second one and put them in sli but i think ill grab a 780ti or wait for the new 880 i've never been a fan of sli tbh.

It was a MUST for me to go SLI, since I never have before. biggrin.gif We will see if this drives me to insanity.
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post #14774 of 25887
So I'm getting pretty sick of my monitor/video cards.

basically I have 2x 290x in Xfire, and the qnix can run at 110hz. Problem is if I overclock the cards at all I can't run at 110hz anymore I get crazy distortion, No distortion at all at stock clocks.

if I run at 60hz I can do 1150/1400 on both my cards.

It really annoys me, If I'm gonna try to run at 110hz in everything I need to be able to overclock.


I remember other people had this issue too.
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post #14775 of 25887
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It was a MUST for me to go SLI, since I never have before. biggrin.gif We will see if this drives me to insanity.

Well i play mainly League of Legends, Rift, Heroes of Might and Magic6 and occasionaly BF4 and have no issues at 1440p with any of them ofc i can max out all except BF4 wich bothers me a bit but still i think i prefer one fastest single card then sliing to slower ones
post #14776 of 25887
I've been searching a lot but haven't found if anyone has fixed back light banding. I see some have been advised to do the back light bleed fix but no replies. My monitor is currently experiencing the same issue and don't know if I should bother taking it apart or fight to get it replaced.
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It was a MUST for me to go SLI, since I never have before. biggrin.gif We will see if this drives me to insanity.

Ok i did it i have just bought 2 of these baby's biggrin.gif

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00CY5GP08/ref=ox_ya_os_product_refresh_C
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post #14778 of 25887
There is nowhere else on the internet that shows 770 SLi beating out 290X CF unless they are reference models placed in quiet mode and allowed to clock down heavily.

290X CF has been consistently shown since release to beat out 780 SLi and Titan SLi even at resolutions below 4K. At 4K, even 780Ti SLi mostly does not stand a chance and you can look for these and see for yourself.

Tri and Quad scaling favor CrossFire, too. Check DGLee's benchmarks.
post #14779 of 25887
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I've been searching a lot but haven't found if anyone has fixed back light banding. I see some have been advised to do the back light bleed fix but no replies. My monitor is currently experiencing the same issue and don't know if I should bother taking it apart or fight to get it replaced.

How long have you had your monitor and do you only see the banding where the BLB is?
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post #14780 of 25887
I've had the monitor for about 24 hrs now. I cannot specify if the banding is happening exactly where the back lights are but it only shows in dark or black shades.
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