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Cant understand why it wouldnt work with a p67 motherboard...headscratch.gif

My QX2710 works fine, sometimes its a little slow to show picture on the monitor, its mostly when I use AMD gpu for some reason, takes like 30 seconds to display the gpu output.

Yeah, I thought it was strange too. I don't see the correlation. I guess I'll just hope for the best.
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You will be more than okay. I have a few 1440p displays, and my main computers use either 3930K@4.9/3770K@4.9 and 670FTW@1380-7488/2x680LTG@1484-7824 and I don't have problems with VRAM at all, despite "only" having 2GB. Do my 780Ti Classy SLI run faster? Yup, but iit's not so muchthat I ddon't enjoy the other cards.

One of the best things about 1440p, is that depending on the game, I have found that the GPU loads are similar or even better than 1080p on a 24" or bigger displa, bbecause I don't require much AA at all. Running, say, BL2, and everything maxed out (this is the same for most games, very few exceptions), I get BETTER image quality @ 1440p using FXAA than I do @ 1080p w 4xMSAA, and the performance is better! To be honest, I only use 21.5/22 inch 1080p monitors anymore, at that resolution, as bigger displays have much too noticeable individual pixels.
   
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Just as a follow up, I received my monitor and everything is great. No back light bleeding or dead pixels. I was also able to overclock it to 85hz with no issues. I didn't try any higher since I won't need any more. I highly recommend the QNIX QX2710 Evolution ll if you are looking for a 1440p monitor.

All games run smooth and look amazing. I had to turn AA down to x2 for bf4 though. How do you guys feel about AA on a 1440p monitor? Going from x2 to 0 on bf4 seem to make a slight difference in picture quality, but I can't tell if it's just in my head.
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post #14 of 16
AA is nice in most situations. However, it starts becoming a little bit less noticeable @ 1440p. You decide if you need it or not, as without it, you do get a performance boost.
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I have seen it many times when one would say that by going to 1440p over 1080p you won't need any AA. I just got my first 27" 1440p like 2-3 weeks ago expecting to not see anymore jaggies but you know what, I see them just as much as I did with my 22" 1080p. After finding out the reason why I understand it, you see, by going from a 22" 1080p the PPI (Pixel per inch) is 100 and a 27" 1440p is only PPI 108, that's not enough to make it a noticeable difference and hide a lot of jaggies. So the real answer is yes, you will still see jaggies and need AA

So 100 to 108 is not enough, if it was like 100 to 150, then I can see how that would hide a lot of the jaggies
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Just as a follow up, I received my monitor and everything is great. No back light bleeding or dead pixels. I was also able to overclock it to 85hz with no issues. I didn't try any higher since I won't need any more. I highly recommend the QNIX QX2710 Evolution ll if you are looking for a 1440p monitor.

All games run smooth and look amazing. I had to turn AA down to x2 for bf4 though. How do you guys feel about AA on a 1440p monitor? Going from x2 to 0 on bf4 seem to make a slight difference in picture quality, but I can't tell if it's just in my head.

I turn it off at 1440p, might just be my eyes but it made no difference whatsoever to me visually, all it did was increase the gpu stress and reduce the fps a lot. This is on R9 290x
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