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Awesome Lawson, you are the man. I've setup color sustainer and your timings w/ your ICC and it looks FANTASTIC!!! Reps to you good sir!!
post #14942 of 25911
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It appears that you indeed have no back light bleed congratulations...also try my ICC profiles below i made them at 200 cd/m which is for the 120hz ICC profile about 18 clicks up from a black screen on the BRI+ button and for 96hz 17 clicks up...also your pixel clock is over 480mhz on your 120hz profile please try to set manual timings only for your 120hz custom resolution as this will help lower your pixel clock nearer to the 450mhz pixel clock limit and give you a stronger signal which will help with screen uniformity and any artefacts you might find that you get at a pixel clock of 483mhz...copy the exact timings i have in my picture below and you should have a very stable 120hz overclock...Oh and welcome to the Club thumb.gif




Nativedispcal120hz96hz200cdm.zip 26k .zip file

Edit: Also i recommend using Color Sustainer Download v1.03 made by yasamoka to load and set your ICC profiles and help your ICC profiles be used while gaming!...you can download it here

http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/color_sustainer_download.html



Thanks again lawson

My (Asus GTX 780 DirectCU II 3GB) is only a few months old do you think i would be better off buying another 780 or selling it off for a new gpu?
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Thanks again lawson

My (Asus GTX 780 DirectCU II 3GB) is only a few months old do you think i would be better off buying another 780 or selling it off for a new gpu?


You might not need to do anything. If your FPS is fine with whatever you are doing, just save the money. If you do really need the power, then its a tougher choice. A used 780 in SLI would still be a beast, would most likely be my route.
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You might not need to do anything. If your FPS is fine with whatever you are doing, just save the money. If you do really need the power, then its a tougher choice. A used 780 in SLI would still be a beast, would most likely be my route.

I was happy with my 780 until i moved to 1440p, but i really wasn't checking my fps
now i am noticing i am not reaching much more than 60fps in games, but i am running everything on ultra with vsync off


lawson
I noticed some pages back you said you were getting 120fps in tomb raider, what exactly have you got off because with everything up i am only getting 60 to 70fps
also this is the first time i have built a high end gaming pc. Am i just kidding myself believing i should be able to have good fps with everything on max with my specs.

My specs are
:
Windows 8.1
Cooler Master Haf x Case
Intel i7 3820 (OC 4.6GHz) CPU
Asus GTX 780 DirectCU II 3GB (OC - 1240MHz) GPU
16GB Kingston Hyper x Beast - RAM
Asus Rampage 4 Extreme - MOBO
Corsair H100I In Push Pull - Cooling
Samsung 840 Evo 250GB - SSD
WD 2TB - HDD

PS..
I just got the Corsair K70 Keyboard, my first mechanical keyboard. (feels Great) smile.gif
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I write articles for a website and I did extensive testing with about 10 cards in the 290x family and 780 Ti family. I applaud AMD for what they did with the 290x but after testing all those cards, my card was the coolest, quiet and highest performing card out of the box:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4890#ov


Out of the box, my core is 1241mhz in games. I can overclock to 1300 in games. All on air.
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Originally Posted by jy0un9 View Post

I was happy with my 780 until i moved to 1440p, but i really wasn't checking my fps
now i am noticing i am not reaching much more than 60fps in games, but i am running everything on ultra with vsync off


lawson
I noticed some pages back you said you were getting 120fps in tomb raider, what exactly have you got off because with everything up i am only getting 60 to 70fps
also this is the first time i have built a high end gaming pc. Am i just kidding myself believing i should be able to have good fps with everything on max with my specs.

My specs are
:
Windows 8.1
Cooler Master Haf x Case
Intel i7 3820 (OC 4.6GHz) CPU
Asus GTX 780 DirectCU II 3GB (OC - 1240MHz) GPU
16GB Kingston Hyper x Beast - RAM
Asus Rampage 4 Extreme - MOBO
Corsair H100I In Push Pull - Cooling
Samsung 840 Evo 250GB - SSD
WD 2TB - HDD

PS..
I just got the Corsair K70 Keyboard, my first mechanical keyboard. (feels Great) smile.gif

I only have 5 games installed, of course BF4 is the only one I felt needed a little more power. Even then, I got through the game fine on a single 770. I don't play the MP, so that didn't come into my choice. Yes 1440 is going to need more GPU upgrading over lower resolutions. I still say for your setup, a used 780 in SLI will be the best way to go, assuming you have the PSU for another.
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Originally Posted by jy0un9 View Post

I was happy with my 780 until i moved to 1440p, but i really wasn't checking my fps
now i am noticing i am not reaching much more than 60fps in games, but i am running everything on ultra with vsync off


lawson
I noticed some pages back you said you were getting 120fps in tomb raider, what exactly have you got off because with everything up i am only getting 60 to 70fps
also this is the first time i have built a high end gaming pc. Am i just kidding myself believing i should be able to have good fps with everything on max with my specs.

My specs are
:
Windows 8.1
Cooler Master Haf x Case
Intel i7 3820 (OC 4.6GHz) CPU
Asus GTX 780 DirectCU II 3GB (OC - 1240MHz) GPU
16GB Kingston Hyper x Beast - RAM
Asus Rampage 4 Extreme - MOBO
Corsair H100I In Push Pull - Cooling
Samsung 840 Evo 250GB - SSD
WD 2TB - HDD

PS..
I just got the Corsair K70 Keyboard, my first mechanical keyboard. (feels Great) smile.gif

I have 2x Asus GTX660 OC DIRECT CU cards in SLI and i think 2 of them together in SLI are about the same performance or slightly less power than your GTX780?.. so i believe you should hit 120fps at 120hz in tomb raider 4 if you use these settings i have posted below...Also i find i can run most games on high to Ultra settings with my x2 GTX 660 cards...however i am getting X2 4GB Sapphire Radeon R9 290 Tri X OC as in the link i posted below on Tuesday...not because i really need them because my two GTX660 are doing a bloody good job at 1440p really ...But i want them just because i can really lol.. and they will kinda future proof my rig with my I7-4770k overclocked at 4.5ghz for a few years i hope!..you should be fine with one GTX780 however 2 of course would be better thumb.gif

Tomb Raider 4 Settings




The 2 new cards i am buying on Tuesday!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4GB-Sapphire-Radeon-R9-290-Tri-X-OC-28nm-6200MHz-GDDR5-GPU-1000MHz-2560-Stre-/360877312243?pt=UK_Computing_Computer_Components_Graphics_Video_TV_Cards_TW&hash=item5405f6c8f3
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Future proof and computers, 2 things that should never be in the same sentence. biggrin.gif
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Im going to test now with those settings see what i get,
what does every one use to test fps (fraps)?
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Im going to test now with those settings see what i get,
what does every one use to test fps (fraps)?

I use Playclaw and absolutely love it!...For OSD and recording to screens shots its a great bit of software and has great support!

http://www.playclaw.com/features.php
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