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Well I just don't have the space inside my case.. thanks for the link, I'm reading it now thumb.gif
But now that I think about it, I would be upgrading from a single GTX680. Wouldn't it be best to wait for, say, the Titan Z or GTX 880 (whichever comes out first)?

The 780 ti classified did good pushing this monitor but the size of the 780 was close to the 295. I would expect the 880 or titan z to be close to the same size. Here's a pic I had with 295 with water block next to 295x2 with water block.

(the link was just some quick pic's removing the block but it was pretty straight forward)


My apologies for not being clear, but my issue is not with the card itself but the cooler. I do not have room for 295X2's radiator nor the budget to build a custom loop and connect everything to that.
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Just a update, turned sli back off and again tried bf4, far cry 3, and crysis 3, and all will go to 4k without crashing so it's definitely is a driver issue.

Now after testing each at 4k with sli enabled; crysis plays pretty well, far cry and bf4 have lots of stutter, even at a steady 60 fps. Waiting for some drivers wink.gif
Edited by Steven467 - 5/17/14 at 6:57pm
post #973 of 1323
Yeah, I can't say I had the same issue with the games crashing but, as previously mentioned, the stutter is unbearable even when a game is reporting 60fps.

I read this 4k (multi-stream) review before picking up my second card and it appears the Kepler gpu's might be more prone to larger frame time variance at 4k? Maybe it's vram related?

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/pq321q-4k-gaming,3620-4.html

However, In this review he mentions it wasn't particularly noticeable.

So yeah, I guess I'm waiting for drivers again as well......
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Yeah, I can't say I had the same issue with the games crashing but, as previously mentioned, the stutter is unbearable even when a game is reporting 60fps.

I read this 4k (multi-stream) review before picking up my second card and it appears the Kepler gpu's might be more prone to larger frame time variance at 4k? Maybe it's vram related?

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/pq321q-4k-gaming,3620-4.html

However, In this review he mentions it wasn't particularly noticeable.

So yeah, I guess I'm waiting for drivers again as well......

This Samsung monitor is "single paned" though. Those of us with these kinds of setups are on the cutting edge though...I'm sure they'll get this sorted eventually as 4K is a big thing for Nvidia.
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This Samsung monitor is "single paned" though. Those of us with these kinds of setups are on the cutting edge though...I'm sure they'll get this sorted eventually as 4K is a big thing for Nvidia.

Yeah, I know, that's why I mentioned the review was on a multi-stream model.

I'm not saying it should perform exactly like those benchmarks, I understand the technologies are different.

Just speculating why it might be happening.

If you don't mind me asking what's the experience like with your 780ti's? I'd like to know if the stuttering is happening on the GK110 setups as well....
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So I've discovered that when the PC resumes from sleep and windows will not see anything higher than 2560 I can power off the monitor and back on. Much easier than unplugging the cord. Dunno what to do... Is it NVidia or Samsung...
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Would 2 gtx 780ti superclocked be enough to play 4k?
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Would 2 gtx 780ti superclocked be enough to play 4k?

Absolutely. When testing 4K, a lot of reviewers are still using AA at 4x and in turn cripple frame rates by doing so.

With my PB278Q 1440p, 2x AA will make a small difference that I have to look for to find. 4x AA doesn't seem to change anything.

The 590D has 44% greater pixel density than my PB278Q and should look just as good without AA as others in this thread have already claimed.

I'll be running my 590D with 780 Ti SLI. It comes in tomorrow.
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Please run some benchmarks ASAP... im trying to cut back on my build. .. getting rid of the 3rd 780ti and water block would save me like $900 bucks lol
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Absolutely. When testing 4K, a lot of reviewers are still using AA at 4x and in turn cripple frame rates by doing so.

With my PB278Q 1440p, 2x AA will make a small difference that I have to look for to find. 4x AA doesn't seem to change anything.

The 590D has 44% greater pixel density than my PB278Q and should look just as good without AA as others in this thread have already claimed.

I'll be running my 590D with 780 Ti SLI. It comes in tomorrow.
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I am currently using those cards (780ti superclocked SLI) with this monitor (US version) and the latest beta drivers 337.81. Those cards are a great match for this monitor and you won't need really more than 2x MSAA for most games. The new beta drivers solved the SLI issue some people were having.
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