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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

feet would be the killer of me - as I like the monitor closer to me lol.

Those feet would hang off the end of my desk if fitted...i really don't know why they thought they needed such big feet!
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http://www.conrad.nl/ce/nl/product/615912/NewStar-Products-monitorhouder-Zwart?ref=searchDetail

This one looks really really great smile.gif
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

Those feet would hang off the end of my desk if fitted...i really don't know why they thought they needed such big feet!

You know what they say about big feet.....?

... big ol' socks.
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http://www.conrad.nl/ce/nl/product/615912/NewStar-Products-monitorhouder-Zwart?ref=searchDetail

This one looks really really great smile.gif

Yes that is nice thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by jourelemode View Post

well you guys have definitely given me some things to think about. My only worry with SLI at the moment is the heat on the top card. My tower, nzxt h440 isn't exactly high airflow...

The Asus cards for the 770 kick butt for cooling. We both have NZXT cases, but yeah, mine is slightly bigger. thumb.gif Buy another 770 retail just for testing, you can always take it back.
Edited by Watagump - 3/11/14 at 10:05am
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The Asus cards for the 770 kick butt for cooling. We both have NZXT cases, but yeah, mine is slightly bigger. thumb.gif

I think you'll find the MSi's come out on top for cooling tongue.gif
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I think you'll find the MSi's come out on top for cooling tongue.gif

That may be so, but when I was buying mine they were more money, Asus run perfectly cool, people don't need the lowest temps possible, they need safe temps. I just looked at newegg, they are the same price right now, but Asus is a rebate, so factor that in.
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debatable indeed - but then again, who would you rather deal with Crap-Sus or MSI? lol
PS, I own a Noobtooth Z77
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ALL your game will see your Custom resolutions using Nvidia control panel if you use the monitor driver below...and i would advise NOT using CRU with Nvidia as CRU uses EDID override which conflict with Nvidia Gefore Experience and Samgung Magicion and can coarse window to NOT see your EDID overrides at all in some cases...so if you are using CRU now i advise to change to monitor driver method by following my directions below this way all your game will see your custom resolution and you will have no conflicts at all...also you don't have to worry about updated drivers and Nvida geforce being reinstalled by driver updates..also leaving Nvidia Geforce experience installed and importing the blank-extension.dat into CRU is still far from a perfect fix!... as windows on many occasion will still refuse to see your custom resolutions...so if you are using CRU now i advise you to stop using it and install the monitor driver below and start using NVCP to make your custom resolutions by following the guide below,

1: open CRU hit delete at the top right hand corner of CRU...

2: now go to the CRU zip file and find the file reset-all.exe and run it...then reboot and go to step 3

3: Download and install the Qnix monitor driver below..(Install using the Device Manager -> Monitors -> Right-click "Generic PnP Monitor" -> Update Driver Software... -> Browse my computer for driver software -> Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer -> Have Disk... -> Browse for the Qnix.inf file -> OK -> Next -> Install this driver software anyway)

If using windows 8 you need to turn off Driver signature enforcement for one windows session only to install the monitor driver..use this link and follow the instructions if you are using windows 8 http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-can-i-install-hardware-with-unsigned-drivers-in-windows-8/

4: Go to Nvidia control panel and to custom resolutions and make your custom resolutions

5: select your custom resolution from Nvidia control panel and test!....using this method you do NOT need to uninstall Nvidia Geforce experience and you will not have any conflicts now or with future driver updates with Nvidia Gforce experience being reinstalled...have fun!

Edit:- Also if you want to use my 120hz and 96hz ICC profiles i have linked them below..i made them at 200 cd/m which is for the 120hz profile 18 clicks up on the BRI+ button and at 96hz 17 clicks up from a black screen...i also recommended using yasamoka Color Sustainer to apply and control your ICC profiles which you can download from the link below...Color Sustainer Also helps your Games see and use the ICC profiles!

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

qnix.zip 0k .zip file

Nativedispcal120hz96hz200cdm.zip 26k .zip file

I'm talking about the actual refresh rate not the resolution. Some games fail to detect the higher refresh rate if you overclock using the NVIDIA control panel. I am using the CRU method and NVIDIA Experience/Shadowplay still works (For Shadowplay I had to create a custom 1920x1080 @ 100Hz profile in CRU).
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