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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6298865

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6421786
post #3082 of 18022
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The Sharp Aquos LC-60UD27U. Pretty impressed with it so far. Picture quality is excellent, input lag is minimal in PC or game mode, the slim bezel is super sexy, and it does 4:4:4 chroma at 4k 60 Hz biggrin.gif

What is the input lag?

And are there similar TVs in the 40" range, with 4 4 4 chroma 60 hz 4K?

EDIT: Oh and what game is that in the pic?
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What is the input lag?

And are there similar TVs in the 40" range, with 4 4 4 chroma 60 hz 4K?

EDIT: Oh and what game is that in the pic?

I don't really have an objective way to get an input lag number on the TV and I wasn't able to track down any verifiable hard numbers on it using google-fu when I was doing my research before a purchase. I can say that I do not notice any input lag when using this display in PC mode, but let me qualify that by saying that I am not a person who is particularly sensitive to input lag. My subjective impressions are that it is more responsive than my Auria EQ276W 1440p IPS monitor.

In the 40" range, I'd say just buy a monitor - there are a couple solid 40" 4K monitors coming out now. (For example)

The pic is just of the Unigine Valley benchmark that I had looping... sorry for the potato picture quality, took it with my phone.
post #3084 of 18022
Asus Titan X

OK I am stable at:

Default Air
Default Precision X fan curve (Auto)
Power 110%
GPU Target 91%
GPU +215 Mhz
MEM +450 Mhz
+65 mV

I passed some benchmarks at 220/500, but i turned it down tiny bit for stability.

Anyone else had better luck? The room I am in also gets a little warm, 3 PC's running in there all day, and over 80 degrees outside here in California.

Now waiting for this pending to complete:

Acer 27" WIDE IPS LED LCD XB270HU BPRZ
B&H# ACXB270HUBPR : Mfr# UMHB0AA001
Status: Drop ship order pending Standard
Qty:1
Price:$756.99
Item Total:$756.99
Edited by Ascendor81 - 3/28/15 at 10:33pm
post #3085 of 18022
Should list what MHZ you are boosting too core/memory

I think you are around 1400's/ 4000 in memory? Sounds pretty average on stock bios.
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post #3086 of 18022
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this overclocking stressing me out lol not played a game since wensday just reading and overclocking mad.gif
seems to be stable at +200mhz on core boosting to 1376mhz steady no added voltage temp 63 fans 97-100%

seems when i add more voltage i got more boost but less stable more up n down and dont get much higher in valley or 3dmark score

would be happy if i could keep this for 24/7 gaming add some mem speed and make turn fans down

what are you guys using for 24/7 gaming?

Like you, when I first started OC a few years ago, I would overly stress out and focus entirely on benchmark utilities and such to find a stable OC. After a full week of finding the sweet spot guess what? A few games would crash at that same OC. The point of the story is that OC and using a benchmark is one thing, gaming is different and can take what a stable OC seems to be with Valley, 3dmark or Heaven and turns out for gaming it does not work.

For a good example, I tested my 2 Titan X cards on air individually to see what they can do, rarely played a game. I added Water blocks and spent some time finding a good OC for benchmarking, but then at that point I kind of stopped because the reason I got these cards was to game at 4k and achieve 60fps. So when I took what I thought was a stable OC and tested games at first it was going good and then I tried Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor and within 10 min of gaming it crashed. I restarted and tried again and once again it crashed. Now the clocks that I was running were stable with benchmarks, stable with 1 hour of Crysis 3, 30 min of Ryse: Son of Rome, 30 min of Witcher 2, but with SOM it was not cutting it. I had to take off a good 40 points off of my OC to finally play SOM without a crash and now it seems stable (still testing).

Morale of the story is testing with benchmarks is good to get a general idea about what your cards can do, but if you bought them primarily to game on, start testing and playing your games, start with your favorite ones and see how they hold up with temps, voltage and clock speed. There is no magical number to give you on what a good 24/7 OC is for gaming because there is a lot variables with ambient temps etc. Take your base OC you have been stable with on benchmarks and try to use them with gaming. If they stick and your comfortable with the temps, then use them for gaming. However, many will tell you this, depending on your resolution and desired frame rate, if your card is easily hitting the frame rate you want without flinching, then you can actually reduce voltages/oc since if it is easily handling it, no need to keep a massive OC.
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Should list what MHZ you are boosting too core/memory

I think you are around 1400's/ 4000 in memory? Sounds pretty average on stock bios.

Are you saying I can get more power? Which bios should I try on the Asus Titan X?
post #3088 of 18022
So need some advice....

My wife was watching me test my gaming with my OC to see how they are holding up. She knew that about a year ago I was thinking of doing a complete rebuild and when the Titan X came out she pretty said just get them. I was showing her my results on the Leaderboards for 3dmark11 and she said that it was cool that I was ranking high. She is not too much into computers, but she noticed that a lot of people ahead of me had a higher number of CPU...she basically was stating that "hey you have a 3930k and those other guys have a 5960k, do you need a better processor?".

At this point she basically said "your bonus should be here in 2 weeks, outside of paying off a few Credit Cards if you want to do a rebuild go for it". Now some of you would not hesitate when the other half just green lighted not too long ago $2,000 in GPU's, then another $300 or so in Water Blocks, but for me, if there is not going to be an advantage over my 3930k for gaming, I don't see having to do a complete rebuild is needed. So to my fellow brothers and sisters of the OC community, would going to a x99 platform and a 5960k give me a significant leg up on gaming and to lesser concern benchmarking?

Thanks for your thoughts!!!
post #3089 of 18022
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Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post

100% fan for gaming? That's way too loud. eek.gif

I game at 1405, stock voltage, 60% fan.

yeah going to trun it down was just trying to find my highest overclock

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You could just try to play the games you wish to play, until you are no longer happy with the fps you get and THEN overclock. You are going for a 24/7 overclock for gaming, so just make it as low as it can for you to be happy playing games with it 24/7

i played arma3 for a hour was fine
far cry 3 in 4k DSR wow that games laggy used to play fine on 780ti even at 1440p was the same
shadow of mordor fine at 4k DSR
Skyrim @ 5120x2880 lots of mods run smooth
going to lower fans to about 60-70% see how it gos
post #3090 of 18022
^ For benching, yes. For gaming? No. Upgraded from 4930K to 5930K to 5960X. Can't even tell with day to day stuff like gaming. The only difference is in things like benches and if you're doing encoding.

But hey - it's fun. It's 8 cores on the desktop for prosumers. It's your call.
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