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hopefully i'll be fine, i think it'll be allllll good. honestly, i went from a HP IPS monitor aswell before the other moniors, i think a HP lbw25 or somesort. anyways, from saying that, i haven't really noticed a difference. what is the difference? i heard it has to do with seeing it from a angle? if that's the issue, im staring at my screen right now from as far off to the side as i can, and it all seems legit. besides, you'd probably be more busy trying to find a pixel than worry about side screen glare, if that's even what IPS is about, assuming the person who told me that isn't a complete fool misleading other complete fools like myself biggrin.gif

IPS has better color reproduction in general and just overall better picture quality than TN monitors. IPS also has a wider view angle, but I don't know anyone that doesn't sit directly in front of their monitor, so for most this point is moot.

How do the colors and such look on your Sammy UHD? How does the picture quality compare to your old HP IPS?


Also, can somebody tell me what the clearance is up top of the 760t, between the top panel and the motherboard? I'm contemplating getting a 360 rad to replace my 240, and I want to know how thick it can be with P or P/P fan setup?
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Got my case! I'll measure it for you in just a few just got up the fedex dude woke me up lol
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IPS has better color reproduction in general and just overall better picture quality than TN monitors. IPS also has a wider view angle, but I don't know anyone that doesn't sit directly in front of their monitor, so for most this point is moot.

How do the colors and such look on your Sammy UHD? How does the picture quality compare to your old HP IPS?

The new Samsung UHD actually uses a 10-bit display (6-bit TN panel plus 4-bit dithering) to achieve color accuracy which is generally perceived as being as good or better than common-place 8-bit IPS displays. the result is relatively less sharpness, but most of the native color inaccuracy can be accounted for. if color inaccuracy is of primary concern, framerate and response time unfortunately must take a back seat to the accuracy of an IPS at this time. this is why many gamers sacrifice color accuracy and sharpness for refresh rate and response time and are buying 120 or 144Hz 1ms TN panels.

I personally have an Asus VG278HE 144Hz 1080p (6-bit TN panel plus 2-bit dithering) side-by-side with a PA248Q 60Hz 1200p (8-bit native IPS panel) in my setup and when I loaded professionally calibrated ICC profiles, the color accuracy was very hard to distinguish. backlight bleed was the only way you could tell the picture quality apart from one display to the other.

that being said, even SLI and CrossFireX setups are not coming close to maxing out 60Hz UHD or 4K displays at this time so the only reason to buy a 4K TN panel is for the price tag, which is what Samsung is banking on.

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Also, can somebody tell me what the clearance is up top of the 760t, between the top panel and the motherboard? I'm contemplating getting a 360 rad to replace my 240, and I want to know how thick it can be with P or P/P fan setup?

I believe you can fit 40mm rads in push-pull or 60mm rad with a single set of fans (nearly 90mm clearance). find the OC3D video review, he always does a very good job of detailing exactly what you can fit where.
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might have to bring back my my 4k for the rog swift when it comes out lol

don't really want to have some low framerate ~_~
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IPS has better color reproduction in general and just overall better picture quality than TN monitors. IPS also has a wider view angle, but I don't know anyone that doesn't sit directly in front of their monitor, so for most this point is moot.

How do the colors and such look on your Sammy UHD? How does the picture quality compare to your old HP IPS?


Also, can somebody tell me what the clearance is up top of the 760t, between the top panel and the motherboard? I'm contemplating getting a 360 rad to replace my 240, and I want to know how thick it can be with P or P/P fan setup?


to be honest, as close as most people sit to their monitor, i thought that 4k wouldnt make too much of a difference, but holy moly. i have this nature waterfall wallpaper going on in my background and it's a 4k background, holy cow i can see all the little granules on the rocks and the water just POPS its insane, if you live by a electronic store, go check out the natuire videos they play on the 4k tv's its insane, but it's even more insane on still things, like backgrounds and pictures, haven't tried games yet, since i just got my case i need to put everything together
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might have to bring back my my 4k for the rog swift when it comes out lol

don't really want to have some low framerate ~_~
to be honest, as close as most people sit to their monitor, i thought that 4k wouldnt make too much of a difference, but holy moly. i have this nature waterfall wallpaper going on in my background and it's a 4k background, holy cow i can see all the little granules on the rocks and the water just POPS its insane, if you live by a electronic store, go check out the natuire videos they play on the 4k tv's its insane, but it's even more insane on still things, like backgrounds and pictures, haven't tried games yet, since i just got my case i need to put everything together

I think most people are going to be disappointed with their framerates using 4K displays.. contrary to what the most recent generation of graphics cards was marketed to be able to handle

in most reviews I've seen, 2-way TITAN and 290X setups are only averaging 40-50FPS best case scenario. once again, the bottleneck is shifted back to the GPU because it cannot sufficiently drive 4K displays. at least not to a "true" gamer's liking.
   
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i'll let everyone know my framerates when i get up and running, i'll test them with low and high AA, and on a few dif games
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As soon as you can, id be appreciative. I'd like to get it (new rad) ordered today before 5pm, if possible.
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i'll let everyone know my framerates when i get up and running, i'll test them with low and high AA, and on a few dif games

anti-aliasing is going to be pretty much pointless at 3840x2160 unless the screen is 4 inches from your nose. it would just lower your framerates with almost no noticable improvement in image quality
   
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anti-aliasing is going to be pretty much pointless at 3840x2160 unless the screen is 4 inches from your nose. it would just lower your framerates with almost no noticable improvement in image quality

i heard some people running 4k still had some jaggies in a few games but if you were really close or something like that, i'll know by tomorrow

in this thread we're talking about anti aliasing, scroll to the bottom, (would've never known about the monitor unless i found this post lol)

http://www.overclock.net/t/1472671/samsung-4k-1ms-monitor-754-it-has-begun/660

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As soon as you can, id be appreciative. I'd like to get it (new rad) ordered today before 5pm, if possible.

i'll open the box after me and gf eat breakfast just got up, waking up at 1 sucks i feel so groggy.
Edited by Jeronbernal - 4/22/14 at 12:49pm
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Here you go kayan, hope this double post doesn't cause a issue.




Jchap, I noticed one site doing 2x sli has lower frame rate reviews than the other, I'm hoping it's the better one. But we'll see as soon as I'm up and running. I have a third block extra since I switched from Acetal to acrylic blocks, so if it's borderline close to 60 I suppose I can get a third card and sell my extra stuff after, whenever I'm able to use the marketplace, hoping that a third card would add atleast 5-10fps. With my previous monitor it was complete overkill with two, but now with this 4k my video cards feel so puny lol
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