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Sorry but that is what i hear 3 times already smile.gif which is why i tried sli 4 times total. Everytime there was somebody who said. "this time its better and more smooth and almost all games support sli today or will very soon. Even today there aren't that many games that supports sli. Only the most popular. I had the 480's in sli just last year and it was still horrible with the drivers back then.

I have no doubt that the experience would be better with the 900 series today. Or the fury's in Xfire but it will be many years before i will even try going that road again. When Dx12 is a new standard i will maybe try it again. I am just TO sensitive to microstutter and mouse lag/speed up and down. redface.gif

I think for folks like you and me who are hypersensitive to things such as microstutter, we should give up on multi-gpu configs. Or at least be prepared to give it another decade before ever trying again. Especially with GSYNC monitors that are out now, there's no way I would pay that much money for a GSYNC monitor which makes visual's infinitely more smooth and fluid, only to add a 2nd GPU that will degrade the experience.
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I still can't decide between this and the Acer X34...
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I still can't decide between this and the Acer X34...

How about the ASUS PG348Q or PG27AQ

It depends what you want, answer this question

Do you play lots of FPS games, competitive or casual

Your budget

Do you like good graphics

Do you play RPG games.
Edited by Metros - 10/27/15 at 10:16am
post #3514 of 9395
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I still can't decide between this and the Acer X34...

Get this or the Acer XB270HU. Wait for nicer 3440 x 1440 ultrawide monitors to come out.
 
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I think for folks like you and me who are hypersensitive to things such as microstutter, we should give up on multi-gpu configs. Or at least be prepared to give it another decade before ever trying again. Especially with GSYNC monitors that are out now, there's no way I would pay that much money for a GSYNC monitor which makes visual's infinitely more smooth and fluid, only to add a 2nd GPU that will degrade the experience.
You could try it out and return it to the shop if you aren't satisfied with it.
Although I do not know where you live and if the same laws apply, but in Europe you should be able to buy the GPU's online and start the return process within 14 days without even having to give a reason for the return. I've done that before with a second GTX 670, (it was a cheaper version and was just too loud for my taste so i returned it)
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Heya - Made this account specifically for this.

Theres no other cam in the house and I really dont know if these are dead pixels or not but I found them on my brand new QC passed Asus PG279Q ^^

http://imgur.com/a/gWrEE

Turn back policy wont work since I opened the box but warranty is there, sadly I dont trust the product at all considering I have atleast 10 + of these tongue.gif On one picture you can see multiple, its nothing you see with normal use but still I know they are there. 1-2 you can see in a specific angle in blue/green/red LCD pixel test..
Edited by Dawidowski - 10/27/15 at 12:35pm
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

You know a lot has changed since the GTX 480, SLI and Crossfire are more popular, which means more developers support it from day one, NVIDIA and AMD drivers are a lot better for two way SLI or Crossfire as it is more popular, the GPU architecture has also improved for SLI and Crossfire, you cannot compare old GPUs in SLI to now.

We also have DirectX11 which improved SLI and Crossfire, now we got DirectX12 which is going to improve SLI and Crossfire in games.

I'm not sure:

http://forums.evga.com/980-Sli-micro-stuttering-in-most-games-m2320364.aspx
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Heya - Made this account specifically for this.

Theres no other cam in the house and I really dont know if these are dead pixels or not but I found them on my brand new QC passed Asus PG279Q ^^

http://imgur.com/a/gWrEE

Turn back policy wont work since I opened the box but warranty is there, sadly I dont trust the product at all considering I have atleast 10 + of these tongue.gif On one picture you can see multiple, its nothing you see with normal use but still I know they are there. 1-2 you can see in a specific angle in blue/green/red LCD pixel test..

Sorry but I can't see anything there... 14 days return policy is valid even you open the box. At least in Slovakia. You may try gods and if you don't like it return them back to reseller. Thanks god for this policy. But only if you buy stuff online. Which is pretty logic because in shop I would ask seller to show me before I buy and this is not possible with online shopping.
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Originally Posted by overvolted View Post

I think for folks like you and me who are hypersensitive to things such as microstutter, we should give up on multi-gpu configs. Or at least be prepared to give it another decade before ever trying again. Especially with GSYNC monitors that are out now, there's no way I would pay that much money for a GSYNC monitor which makes visual's infinitely more smooth and fluid, only to add a 2nd GPU that will degrade the experience.

Yep I'm very sensitive as well. I found out that not all games works correctly with the mouse if they are not running 60FPS. Last time I found it with Mad Max. If I have 60Hz v-sync then mouse movement is smooth. If I switch to 75Hz vsync the game is more fluid but mouse sucks. I can feel jittery mouse movements. Same behavior in MGS5 if uncapped. Xbox controller is super smooth but I don't want to play on controller. I think the mouse implementation sucks on these console ports and that's why it does not work well in not running at 60FPS...
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Originally Posted by Dawidowski View Post

Heya - Made this account specifically for this.

Theres no other cam in the house and I really dont know if these are dead pixels or not but I found them on my brand new QC passed Asus PG279Q ^^

http://imgur.com/a/gWrEE

Turn back policy wont work since I opened the box but warranty is there, sadly I dont trust the product at all considering I have atleast 10 + of these tongue.gif On one picture you can see multiple, its nothing you see with normal use but still I know they are there. 1-2 you can see in a specific angle in blue/green/red LCD pixel test..

Dawidowski- I assume you are also from Poland or at least some Eastern country (I am from Poland) judging from your nick- 14 day reutrn policy WORKs for full time after you RECEIVED your product (via courier, post etc.). It won't work only if you bought it directly in store.

So take a sit, test it and if you don't like it- return or ask for replacement. Cheers.

PS. If you ask for replacement- 14 day return policy counts AGAIN for full from the moment you receive your replacement.

Thank god for this law.....
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I bought it at a physical store, not all have that same return policy unless you buy online. Ive bought and send stuff for years, this time I wanted it home the same day instead of waiting and then having to resend it. Atleast I can return it whenever I want too.
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Dawidowski- I assume you are also from Poland or at least some Eastern country (I am from Poland) judging from your nick- 14 day reutrn policy WORKs for full time after you RECEIVED your product (via courier, post etc.). It won't work only if you bought it directly in store.

So take a sit, test it and if you don't like it- return or ask for replacement. Cheers.

PS. If you ask for replacement- 14 day return policy counts AGAIN for full from the moment you receive your replacement.

Thank god for this law.....

Still no pixel issues on the pictures even with zoom? tongue.gif cause I see dots xD
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