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Originally Posted by IBooNI View Post

well, it would probably be better to get an adequate gpu now and and adequate gpu in the future then instead of a top tier gpu now for 1080p. Couldn't you apply that same logic to the cpu as well?

In the end you'll be spending the same amount of money so if you have them at hand a high-end GPU will give you more joy today. wink.gif

And CPUs age pretty slower than GPUs, so no, you can't apply the same logic.
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uhm, sure it can besides running 8x msaa which is stupid on any resolution. I have done very well with a single 290x even at 1440p, running pretty much everything on ultra well over 60 fps with no AA

1440p isn't enough to disable AA completely. You still need 2/4xMSAA or some other form of AA to take care of most jaggies. Some games stress these cards quite a bit if MSAA is applied.
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1440p isn't enough to disable AA completely. You still need 2/4xMSAA or some other form of AA to take care of most jaggies. Some games stress these cards quite a bit if MSAA is applied.

FXAA/SMAA is perfectly adequate at 1440p.
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I would def not buy a 780ti for 1080p that's like buying a corvette to drive to the store once in awhile. You would be much better off with a 750ti for $170 or whatever it is.

Bad analogy. In addition to that, people that buy "expensive" cars usually only use them once in a while anyway.

It's like putting premium gas in an Accord.
    
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In the end you'll be spending the same amount of money so if you have them at hand a high-end GPU will give you more joy today. wink.gif

And CPUs age pretty slower than GPUs, so no, you can't apply the same logic.
1440p isn't enough to disable AA completely. You still need 2/4xMSAA or some other form of AA to take care of most jaggies. Some games stress these cards quite a bit if MSAA is applied.

Yes I agree you will have a stronger gpu today, with the trade off being a weaker gpu down the line. It is almost always better to get a good enough components now and then good enough components down the line then trying to future proof by getting the best now. Considering were talking about 60hz 1080p the 780ti is pretty overkill for right now. As far as CPUs aging slower, yes but were talking about a 780ti. It will still be relevant in a couple years. Trying to future proof is almost never the answer.

As I said before the trade off is better performance now vs better performance down the line. IMO, I would rather have better performance down the line when more demanding games are out.
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Yes I agree you will have a stronger gpu today, with the trade off being a weaker gpu down the line. It is almost always better to get a good enough components now and then good enough components down the line then trying to future proof by getting the best now. Considering were talking about 60hz 1080p the 780ti is pretty overkill for right now. As far as CPUs aging slower, yes but were talking about a 780ti. It will still be relevant in a couple years. Trying to future proof is almost never the answer.

As I said before the trade off is better performance now vs better performance down the line. IMO, I would rather have better performance down the line when more demanding games are out.

exactly my point, every one is coming at me for saying a 780ti is overkill, well it is for 1080p period. It won't be that relevant in a year or two for 4k unless you sli it, which likely maxwell big boy card is gonna own it. Better off spending $200 on a gpu now for 1080p and save the rest for later.
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post #26 of 31
Even though it's only at 60hz/60 frames an unlock vsync can provide a snappier response. Some TVs and monitors are designed to handle a constant 60hz and 60+ fps without tearing.
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post #27 of 31
once again -




Admit this is 1920 x 1600 and therefore will demand more but 1080p is still the common res i would say.

And with all the eye candy and only 2msaa the 780ti is at 87 fps and thats with vsnc OFF thumb.gif

So you would want 120 continuously with 120hz for smooth as possible and 60fps with vsnc on a 60hz. screen thumb.gif

edited bad grammar and still is biggrin.gif its more complicated than what i have explained in an ideal world if you good get the fps to match your hz then it would be the smoothest you could get .

Am i wrong redface.gif
Edited by ladcrooks - 3/5/14 at 8:52am
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once again -




Admit this is 1920 x 1600 and therefore will demand more but 1080p is still the common res i would say.

And with all the eye candy and only 2msaa the 780ti is at 87 fps and thats with vsnc OFF thumb.gif

So you would want 120 continuously with 120hz for sooth as possible and with vsnc on at 60hz. thumb.gif
I am confused what you are saying when you are talking about 120fps with a 120hz screen when he said his screen is at 60hz. Are you suggesting a constant 120fps at 60hz?
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post #29 of 31
i agree with you,Different game, different game engine, different developers are the reasons.thanks tc1yGG
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I am confused what you are saying when you are talking about 120fps with a 120hz screen when he said his screen is at 60hz. Are you suggesting a constant 120fps at 60hz?

sorry - i have updated my last post hope that helps
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