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Most of the people on OCN who what 1440p IPS panels have the 60Hz ones, and it's pretty much a moot point as to if you can get 120FPS or faster.

There are very few 120/144Hz 2560x1440 IPS panels out there ... last time I checked, 2 of them, the Yamasaki Catleap, which you have to import from Korea) and another, which escapes me for the name.

Do you mean 120Hz 1440p TN monitors, not IPS?

there are actually substantial amount of Korean 1440 panel users here on OCN.

Check out this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/8700_100#post_21096358
post #122 of 139
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

It has 25% more SP then GTX780. 780 will need ot be clocked 15-20% higher to march Ti. If 780 Ti does 1200MHz 780 needs 1400MHz+ to match it. Nothing surprising here.

I seen several 1300+ classifieds on air.

I'm not that informed about how video cards work, but would there be no other differences between 1400mhz 780 classified vs 1200mhz Ti?
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

Those European prices might be indicative of a $599 US msrp. That would be interesting.

If it does i'll probably get 2 but then again the main game i'll be playing for years to come is Star Citizen which I already put $500+ dollars in and since it's supporting mantle I might just wait for aftermarket coolers since early graphs so the 780 Ti just barly beating the 290x........
post #124 of 139
Its up for preorder at a few aussie stores for $830-850 AUD
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It's just me talking tho, but I would not pay $700 for the same 3 gb ram and 384 bus tho. What would I gain from extra ram speed, 10 fps gain on bench marking and games? No thanks. But if it is 4 gb and 512 I might consider it.
You do realize by using higher speed memory they are negating the bandwidth advantage the 512 bit bus on the 290x right? Increasing memory clock speeds increases memory bandwidth just like upping the bus.
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post #126 of 139
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Its up for preorder at a few aussie stores for $830-850 AUD

just for comparison how much 780 classified worth in AUD?
post #127 of 139
$699 after the price drop for the 780 classys
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Originally Posted by theilya View Post

there are actually substantial amount of Korean 1440 panel users here on OCN.

Check out this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/8700_100#post_21096358

Yes I know, and compared to the total number of OCN members, they aren't even 1% of the people.


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I seen several 1300+ classifieds on air.

Does my 1293MHz classified on air count as 1300? biggrin.gif
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Very nice. I don't know if this has been mentioned, because I haven't read all 14 pages, but technically this is the GK180, not the GK110...
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