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I prefer to set the frametarget in Precision X to 99FPS, that way you will never go over active G-Sync into V-Sync territory. Why work the GPU harder for no reason.

 

Indeed :p

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Thanks everyone. I really am struggling to decide which way to go. I know my questions were a bit off topic for this thread. It was either the PG279Q or the 34UC87C. Since I think that's the best ultrawide at 60hz, other than the 34UC97C.
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Have you considered the VA 34 inch? I hear that the input lag on that one is pretty good. 7.1ms compared to the LGs 24.
post #4244 of 6126
Whats up with Amazon, tiger dirct, microcenter stock....

These will not be available until Feb with only one retailer. Classic "release" as always.
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post #4245 of 6126
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I'm not sure why it isn't a driver issue. The monitor turning black happens when the monitor is trying to adjust to the drivers loading.

It ended up being the profile within the Nvidia control panel. It was trying to load it up in a resolution that this monitor isn't, thus if Nvidia can fix the driver to detect the monitor and the correct settings it should get fixed. Acer will have to put in the data and have Nvidia add it to the code.

I don't believe it's a driver issue. My screen starts up half black at POST and then goes fullscreen as windows is loading. This is an issue with the monitor. According to Acer they said they should have some kind of response for this by tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by Ryzone View Post

So is 2 Way SLI 980 Ti's enough for ultra settings 60 fps?

With current games its more than enough. I get about 80fps SLI in Witcher 3 w/ Ultra Settings. BF4 stays maxed at 100fps.
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Originally Posted by Kanivakil View Post

I'm thinking about the same thing accept to get the Dell 34" 3440 x 1440 IPS at 60 Hz. I never played over 60 FPS so this won't affect me as my monitor is even worst than yours by half an inch, 60Hz and a TN panel. It's still on sale for $649.99 but I have a feeling the X34 will be under $1,000 by next year, even $849.99. I'm not anxious to purchase a gaming monitor and will wait a little bit more. I don't have any games that I'm playing now anyhow. I average about 3.5 hours per week gaming.

I don't think you will be disappointed with the Dell. I have the flat LG 34UM95 and it's a great monitor, bought it at release for $1K and I have no regrets.

I haven't experienced a high refresh rate panel but... based on my time with the LG, I'd say it's a no brainer to get the Dell for half the price. I could probably sell my LG for $550-600 to finance an X34 purchase, but spending double the price just doesn't sit well with me. The GSync premium should only be around $200-300.
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Originally Posted by brighttail View Post

I'm not sure why it isn't a driver issue. The monitor turning black happens when the monitor is trying to adjust to the drivers loading.

It ended up being the profile within the Nvidia control panel. It was trying to load it up in a resolution that this monitor isn't, thus if Nvidia can fix the driver to detect the monitor and the correct settings it should get fixed. Acer will have to put in the data and have Nvidia add it to the code.

Its a firmware issue. smile.gif
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Seems like a lot of people are liking the monitor aside from some issues common with new tech.

Those trying to justify not purchasing it because they either can't afford it or because they don't want to spend so much money should probably lay off the statement about whether or not people need 100Hz, G-sync and/or UW.
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Originally Posted by Crookid View Post

Seems like a lot of people are liking the monitor aside from some issues common with new tech.

Those trying to justify not purchasing it because they either can't afford it or because they don't want to spend so much money should probably lay off the statement about whether or not people need 100Hz, G-sync and/or UW.

Then there's a group of 10% that would love to have this glorious thing on the desk, stupid Acer are leaving Europe behind, American Acer fanboys mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
Edited by eucalyptus - 10/20/15 at 11:35pm
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