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Poll Results: New Monitor and SLI OR a new 1440P Monitor?

 
  • 19% (5)
    24" ASUS VS248H-P AND MSI GTX 760 (This would be my second, making my system SLI)
  • 80% (21)
    Qnix 2710 1440P Monitor
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post #61 of 68
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Originally Posted by RexKobra View Post

My only issue with games adapting to the VRAM is they end up turning off a feature or two when you get close to the limit. I know that Rome 2 will lower your settings without you even knowing when you exceed VRAM.

If you were that worried about Vram you should have considered the 4GB 760
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post #62 of 68
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Originally Posted by Stay Puft View Post

If you were that worried about Vram you should have considered the 4GB 760

Yeah, may need to go with a 770 4GB. Ill wait to play BF4 before I replace the 760.

Thank you,
post #63 of 68
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Yeah, may need to go with a 770 4GB. Ill wait to play BF4 before I replace the 760.

Thank you,

Noooooo 770 at its current price point. Total waste of money. Wait till the 9 series from amd arrives in 2 weeks
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post #64 of 68
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Originally Posted by Stay Puft View Post

Noooooo 770 at its current price point. Total waste of money. Wait till the 9 series from amd arrives in 2 weeks

Yeah, it will be at least a month before I consider changing out my video card. The 9 series should drop the pricing on the Nvidia 7s.
post #65 of 68
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Originally Posted by RexKobra View Post

Yeah, it will be at least a month before I consider changing out my video card. The 9 series should drop the pricing on the Nvidia 7s.

yeah I just bought a second 7950 I figured for $200 how much lower can they go?
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post #66 of 68
buy 1440 expect to pay same for the gpu ;-) gaming with 760 on 1440 no chance
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post #67 of 68
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

buy 1440 expect to pay same for the gpu ;-) gaming with 760 on 1440 no chance

Yeah, I ended up going with the 144hz 1080P. It should be arriving tomorrow.
post #68 of 68
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Well, I received the ASUS VG248QE from Newegg today. All I can say where has this monitor been all of my life! The transition from 60 to 144hz is astounding. I played BF3 on this monitor today and it was like I was playing a different game. The gameplay was butter smooth, and I was dropping enemies like fly's. The picture quality is great, and the monitor is very well built. I'm am very happy with my purchase, and believe that it was the right choice.

Thank you all for your valuable input.
Edited by RexKobra - 9/26/13 at 6:42am
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