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post #16071 of 25893
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The first one I bought through NewEgg from a company called 27 Korea Monitors.
The second and third I bought at the same time through Ebay from - gn_wholesale.

I live in the US, so had no customs fees.

I don't have time this afternoon, but if you can wait till tomorrow, I can run a test with all three using a 7970 setup with three adaptors and one DVI. I have a 7970 sitting in a box I can use, probably with my test computer instead of my main one.

What flight simulator are you using? Theres a good chance I have it. I have a separate rig I use for driving and flight simulators. It has just a single 28" monitor. (http://www.hotseatsim.com/Products/HotSeatFlightSim/HotSeatFlightSimProductLine/tabid/73/Default.aspx)

I fly mainly FSX with ORBX scenery, DCS A10C, and Falcon BMS. FSX I fly mainly with just my top-central 24" as I use the other screens for checklists and stuff, but hope to use all 3 when/if I get these new 27"
post #16072 of 25893
Whenever I to increase the resolution refresh rate >120Hz it looks like Nvidia control panel doesn't apply the settings at all nor does it save the settings when I tell it to do so. Someone got a clue?

Or is it a limitation with graphics cards?
Edited by Nostras - 3/19/14 at 10:43am
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post #16073 of 25893
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Hmmm new model qnix true 10?

Anyone cares to explain what is this virtual 4k and the problem of skipped frame is?

Virtual 4K - ignore it, it's the same thing as downsampling from a forced 4K resolution in software; it can already be done by video cards in software and have zero (absolutely zero) benefit to do it in hardware.

Skipped frame means that the monitor effectively doesn't overclock, and claims to the contrary are either ignorant, misinformed, or outright lies.
post #16074 of 25893
i dont know what excellentcastle marked the item as... i was expecting around 300 for everything so i was good with what i had to pay.

i tested with the ufo page and took a picture with my camera and can say no frameskipping legit 120hz
post #16075 of 25893
Err, scrap previous post. It seems there's a small bug in the control panel.

Seems my monitor caps at 129Hz stable. 130Hz has some very minor artifacts, 131Hz has minor artifacts too, but a lot more annoying. 132Hz+ is undoable.

Can't complain redface.gif

Someone got some settings for 130Hz+? Might just be using wrong settings tongue.gif
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Err, scrap previous post. It seems there's a small bug in the control panel.

Seems my monitor caps at 129Hz stable. 130Hz has some very minor artifacts, 131Hz has minor artifacts too, but a lot more annoying. 132Hz+ is undoable.

Can't complain redface.gif

Someone got some settings for 130Hz+? Might just be using wrong settings tongue.gif

130hz? Dayme son.
post #16077 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

really, really well.

Don't the 780 Ti's have a terrible price-to-performance ratio compared to the 780's ?
post #16078 of 25893
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130hz? Dayme son.

Ya, I'm very surprised.
I'd get some very minor artifacts ( flashing coloured lines while gaming every now and then ) @120 Hz with my 7970 Matrix.
After snagging a 780Ti Windforce OC for cheap it runs 120Hz flawless and even manages to do 129Hz. I'm honestly very surprised, I didn't buy the card expecting a better refresh rate. I thought the card didn't matter. Apparently I was wrong. It does.

At 130Hz with the 780Ti I get the same level as artifacting as I got at 120Hz with my 7970 Matrix.

Fyi, I'm using the cable that came with the monitor, I seriously doubt cable quality is a limiting factor.
Edited by Nostras - 3/19/14 at 11:13am
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post #16079 of 25893
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Don't the 780 Ti's have a terrible price-to-performance ratio compared to the 780's ?

In some respect, but the added performance boost is pretty considerable for that extra price you pay for it.
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Originally Posted by Nostras View Post

Ya, I'm very surprised.
I'd get some very minor artifacts ( flashing coloured lines while gaming every now and then ) @120 Hz with my 7970 Matrix.
After snagging a 780Ti Windforce OC for cheap it runs 120Hz flawless and even manages to do 129Hz. I'm honestly very surprised, I didn't buy the card expecting a better refresh rate. I thought the card didn't matter. Apparently I was wrong. It does.

At 130Hz with the 780Ti I get the same level as artifacting as I got at 120Hz with my 7970 Matrix.

Fyi, I'm using the cable that came with the monitor, I seriously doubt cable quality is a limiting factor.

wow that's interesting! Thanks for sharing
post #16080 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post

Don't the 780 Ti's have a terrible price-to-performance ratio compared to the 780's ?

I would say yes. My 780 lightning is more powerful than a 780ti with small overclock. . An overclocked ti will defeat my 780. I'm getting 3114 valley score with my 780 at 1315 mhz
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