no no no, get the Dell UP2414Q from here:
it's a hell of a better price than me buying it directly from Dell ($1400)
highest PPI, second only to the IBM T221 at 183 PPI, twice the 95 PPI of most monitors.
I have this monitor, it's godly awesomesauce.
it's the cheapest 4K IPS monitor, any cheaper 4K monitors will be crappy TN panel.
not so sure about your GTX 670, but it probably can do 60 FPS with no AA on older games, but not Crysis 3, Farcry 3, or Metro Last Light.
And, if you're expecting just to run a lower resolution, not really, there's no scaling in MST mode, which is what is needed to run 4K 60 hz at the moment.
When you first get this monitor, you have to do this first:
it has scalar, but only works in SST mode. Full 4k 60hz only works on Displayport 1.2 MST which Dell disabled by default. you have to go through the OSD like this:
Menu -> display settings -> Displayport 1.2 -> Enable.
HDMI works but only 30 HZ in 4k. the AG coat is very clear, it's not obtrusive at all and i can still read the tiniest texts fine.
It is two 1920x2160 panels conjoined by two timing controllers to make a tiled 4k, because as of now there are no timing controllers than can do full 4k 60hz.
The change is 0_0 WOW, it is a big change, especially the details in the distances you see in games. 1440p is only a small rectangle in the middle of the 4k screen. 8 megapixels within a 24 inch panel makes AA redundant, i can't tell no AA from 8xMSAA.
You still can connect your 1440p monitors with this one, just be aware that 1440p will look big app-wise to 4k because of the sheer amount of pixels in 4k, making all apps very small because they are still stuck at old display sizes.Edited by ChronoBodi - 1/23/14 at 4:59pm