Originally Posted by Moragg
Definitely the best plan. You won't be able to run AA on a 760, but with settings dialled down you should get very playable framerates. Anyway AA on 1440p isn't as useful as the pixels are much closer together. Adding a 760 further down the road will help you boost performance if it falls too low for your liking. And for general browsing/multitasking 1440p is miles better than 1080p - the extra screen real estate is amazing.
Is your Qnix multi-input? Only the single input models OC far, the internals are identical and mine went to 120Hz almost without issue. Just had to manually decrease some timings to remove a single horizontal bar that appeared on dark backgrounds.
MORAGG: I have one with a single input. I just did some reading and I didn't know there was a download to "by pass" Nvidia's program....not really saying that correctly. I am going to look at this today. I just saw a youtube video of a guy overclocking, but he didn't have anything downloaded. I guess maybe this download will allow me to do this?? Is this how you did it?
I'm excited now because I think mine should work and I was just doing it wrong...you think?