Originally Posted by keiths
That's not it, people with single cards are willing to trade off some eye candy settings for a larger screen and resolution than go with a smaller screen with smaller res, which I'd wager more people would make that trade off than choose the small screen.
I have yet to see a constructive post from you in this thread, they have simply all been complaining.
Even with lower "eye candy" the majority of systems struggle to keep 120 FPS @ 1440P, there are drops well below that. Like it or not, system hardware isn't at the level required to drive a true 120 FPS experience at 1440P, unless you are running 3 or 4 high end GPUs, and even then you will see drops.
Gaming fidelity is increasing at a rate faster than what hardware can drive.
If there ever was a legitimate reason for display manufacturers to NOT produce better displays for our community, this thread is the best of reasons. Aside from a few of us who are excited, it has just been filled with complaints. As a company, why bother doing something if people are just going to complain anyways?
Is the price of this panel steep at $600? Yea, a little more than what I wanted to see, but then again I am using a $600 display right now, so I don't have room to complain.
I am glad a company took a step away from TN, and into proper build quality, proper warranty (an often huge complaint against "Korean displays" at OCN), and a proper refresh rate.
How long have people on this forum been going on about wanting "Good color reproduction, and 120Hz+ refresh rate, backed by a great warranty"? We finally get it, and people crap on the company.....
I thought my kids were hard to please.....this place is crazy.Edited by PostalTwinkie - 11/1/13 at 11:03am