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Not so. Pretty much anything older than a year or two old runs just fine at 3840x2160 at 60FPS on a single 670.

Dead Space, Dead Space 2, NFS Hot Pursuit, and Ace Combat Assault Horizon are some the ones I have most recently played at 4K.

I would go that far. Sure there are lots of games that you could run pretty well at 4k with just one GTX 670 but there are still some pretty notable games from 2011 and older that are going to be a problem.

The wither 2
Metro 2033
Crysis 2
Alan wake
Shogun 2


Thous are the once that come to mind first. I'm sure there are more.
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I think this is more interesting for typography and general usage rather than gaming.

 

Running this at 200% DPI scaling (Apple's "retina"-style) would mean that we'll get a 1920x1080 effective workspace @ 31.5 inches, which doesn't make sense. Running at 150% DPI scaling would mean 2560x1440 effective workspace @ 140ppi. The 27-inch 2560x1440 displays are 109ppi. This is a great bump and would arguably fit into the retina category (becomes fully retina at 25 inches, rather than 32). I really hope they mass produce this and price it reasonably well. This could be the start of desktop retina displays.

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120hz is where its at. Once you have taken a bite from that apple, there is no turning back. Looking at the motion on a ZR30w now seems archaic at best.

When are companies going to design a controller board to take in multiple inputs that split up the screen? Dividing a screen this size into 3 equal parts would give you the ability to run the whole thing at 120hz.

...Not to mention there are 4k panels out all ready that can support 120hz ...

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Was thinking about that the other day.

I wouldn't mind getting a company to make a prototype. I contacted a company in Australia and they said they get an LCD TNT panel cut to what size you want then they have to make a controller and power supply. Also the can treat the panel and make it curved lol. i dont know how they do that. I haven't gone any further but would love to but I couldn't decide on a resolution. I was thinking a 3840 x 1440p and maybe it could be split into 2 images and run at 120hz?
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DisplayPort is supported, so at least 60Hz.

Not really true...

So far I have yet to see a 60Hz @ 4K outside of the $25K Sony line.
    
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Not really true...

So far I have yet to see a 60Hz @ 4K outside of the $25K Sony line.

The sharp variant does with mst enabled
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I would go that far. Sure there are lots of games that you could run pretty well at 4k with just one GTX 670 but there are still some pretty notable games from 2011 and older that are going to be a problem.

The wither 2
Metro 2033
Crysis 2
Alan wake
Shogun 2


Thous are the once that come to mind first. I'm sure there are more.

Absolutely, as I already said, there is a PITA list of games that will struggle greatly to be played at 4k 60FPS. That doesn't negate that there are likely as many if not more that will run great at 4K 60 FPS with relative ease on a recent single GPU.
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Someone explain what IGOZ or whatever is?

Does that rival PLS/IPS?
     
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Someone explain what IGOZ or whatever is?

Does that rival PLS/IPS?

Indium gallium zinc oxide. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indium_gallium_zinc_oxide

As for whether it's better than PLS/IPS, there's pretty scant information right now: http://www.pcworld.com/article/261738/up_close_with_sharps_stunning_igzo_display_technology.html

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Electrons move faster in IGZO and that brings benefits in current flow that mean the transistors can be made much smaller. Because the size of the transistor directly affects the size of the pixel, a smaller transistor allows for smaller pixels and so more can be crammed in per inch than today.

This difference in current flow inside the screen also means that transistors don't have to be continually refreshed when a still image is on the screen. That leads to lower power consumption[...]

Sharp began sample production of three IGZO panels at its Kameyama plant in central Japan earlier this year: a 7-inch panel for tablets and e-book readers, a 10-inch panel for laptop computers, and a 32-inch panel for professional monitors.

Sharp said it will be ready to begin full production in the fourth quarter of this year[2012][...]

Pricing of the screens hasn't been announced, although Sharp's Okano said it wouldn't be substantially more than current LCD panels because the basic manufacturing cost is similar.

No word on color quality, viewing angles, etc... Everyone who has seen them seems impressed so I'd imagine they're rather good.
 
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Absolutely, as I already said, there is a PITA list of games that will struggle greatly to be played at 4k 60FPS. That doesn't negate that there are likely as many if not more that will run great at 4K 60 FPS with relative ease on a recent single GPU.

im sure it would run fine if you drop eyecandy, just go easy on the AA and textures
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Just saw this at Techpowerup... OMG take my money!!!
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