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ive sent green-sum a couple of questions, assuming their answers are ok ill be getting one biggrin.gif
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ive sent green-sum a couple of questions, assuming their answers are ok ill be getting one biggrin.gif
It takes them a couple days to reply..Just so you know bud..biggrin.gif
 
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8.49 with courier delivery now
I am waiting on a Greensum delivery here.

He sends pretty standard answers.... ending hope we can do business :-) but all questions replied somewhat. He replies generally 8-10 gmt.
Edited by monkeys - 6/19/13 at 1:10am
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is it even worth getting one of these running on a single GTX 680? (2GB)

im so torn sadsmiley.gif
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is it even worth getting one of these running on a single GTX 680? (2GB)

im so torn sadsmiley.gif

I have the monitor with a much worse GPU. I guess it depends on what games you play but GTX 680 should be plenty...
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thanks for that, now that im so close to actually ordering i can't wait for their reply biggrin.gif
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I have the monitor with a much worse GPU. I guess it depends on what games you play but GTX 680 should be plenty...

assuming i'm playing the newest ones. obviously i'd have to play around with the settings on some games at that high of a resolution...
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assuming i'm playing the newest ones. obviously i'd have to play around with the settings on some games at that high of a resolution...
You will be good with that gpu.. Just don't expect 120fps at 1440p on the newest games as that is gonna require two gpus..
 
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Thanks. I did try the default NV utility but the whole system started to lag. Mouse movements, screen drags would skip.
My Brother has taken my phone so I can't take a pic so a screen shot will have to do, but this is how much difference it makes (see pic below). The Xrite was done using auto setup and I will get back to it in manual mode to fine tune. I know viewing pics depends on your monitors too but hopefully you can see the differences.


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Colour Profile Applied from OCN



XRite Auto Calibrate


Please may we have your ICC profile (XRite Auto Calibrate)?...it looks amzing...!

Any suggestion for a good/price color calibrator, as I have just ordered the Qnix (ExCastle..) and will be getting the LG 27EA8 for later.
Thanks
Edited by Turok - 6/19/13 at 2:10am
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Originally Posted by jadenx2 View Post

so what about games that don't support 1440p? do they look like crap? thinking.gif

I tried a few (peggle deluxe for example) and it was scaled to fit the screen (may be some way to turn that off)

I don't think it looked too bad (its not a graphically challenging game).

Other games I tried looked okay scaled to fit. They don't look anything like as good as a game at 1440P looks but I think they look better scaled to the screen size rather than using 1/4 or 1/2 of the screen.

As always YMMV :-)
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