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post #41 of 57
its amazing to think this thing at 32" TV size has the same PPI as a 16" laptop @ 1080p bigeyedsmiley.png .. and yet for many at 14-15" 1080p is very crisp and close too being too small.
post #42 of 57
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its amazing to think this thing at 32" TV size has the same PPI as a 16" laptop @ 1080p bigeyedsmiley.png .. and yet for many at 14-15" 1080p is very crisp and close too being too small.

Thats the main reason why I got this display as I did not have access to any 4K displays to compare it with, so I compared it to my SONY VPCF12 laptop which has a 16 inch 1920x1080 screen that I have always found quite acceptable.
I was considering waiting for the 28 inch 4K displays to come out, but then I heard they will all have TN panels not IPS and the Dell UP2414Q is FAR TOO SMALL to appreciate 4K UHD resolution.

However I was still wondering whether the ASUS PQ321Q has a better Panel since it costs around £800 more but Tom's Hardware
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/ultrasharp-32-up3214q-review,review-32902.html says otherwise.
Edited by Brodda-Syd - 3/24/14 at 3:00pm
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post #43 of 57
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for 2D, NON first person shooter gaming, what video card would you guys use on this 4K monitor?


GTX780/R290 at the very least

a 780Ti or 2xSLI preferred
post #44 of 57
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I think a GTX 660 would do the job for anything other than 4k premium title gaming. Ie web browsing and office work etc will be fine. Either Crossfire 290x or Sli 780 minimum for 4k gaming ie BF4, ARMA 3, Grid 2, ESO.
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In the Apr. issue of Max. PC, they've done a chart that the fastest video card of those 3D game only gives 30 to 40s fps. In other words, no video card is fast enough for 3D

Now, I play mainly 2D, but there is 1 or 2 games that I have is some what 3D. So it looks like a 780 is good enough as titan would still be slow if it play a 3D game

I wonder in 3 yr., would the price of these video card such as titan be at $50?
post #46 of 57
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GTX780/R290 at the very least

a 780Ti or 2xSLI preferred

what's your video card, Power supply size, and can you give an e.g. of your frame rate of whatever 2D and 3D game you have on your 4K monitor?
post #47 of 57
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what's your video card, Power supply size, and can you give an e.g. of your frame rate of whatever 2D and 3D game you have on your 4K monitor?


2x780's, 850w Antec power supply, i74770k

FPS- 2D games lock at 60fps

3D games- BF4, Titan Fall, Diablo 3, anywhere from 35-50 fps
post #48 of 57
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2x780's, 850w Antec power supply, i74770k

FPS- 2D games lock at 60fps

3D games- BF4, Titan Fall, Diablo 3, anywhere from 35-50 fps

you're using antec PSU? God, I bet your pies are not selling well lately. Go to newegg, they have hundreds of review that their ?? series 650W caught on fire. The only brand that is quiet and has no report of PSU on fire is Enermax, and I also use 850W
post #49 of 57
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you're using antec PSU? God, I bet your pies are not selling well lately. Go to newegg, they have hundreds of review that their ?? series 650W caught on fire. The only brand that is quiet and has no report of PSU on fire is Enermax, and I also use 850W

lol



It was the only modular PS(other than $hit Raidmax) they had at Frys when I bought it the other day. I actually replaced a Corsair that had coil whine like a jet engine. So ill cross my fingers:p
post #50 of 57
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I think a GTX 660 would do the job for anything other than 4k premium title gaming. Ie web browsing and office work etc will be fine. Either Crossfire 290x or Sli 780 minimum for 4k gaming ie BF4, ARMA 3, Grid 2, ESO.


I notice you're selling the Dell 4k. Why?
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