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You'll find the time to build, even if you don't find the time to use it. Trust me. ;)lol

You currently doing a Masters then?
post #592 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

It is a hard choice, I know, however I will be doing my project for my degree in the second year, so I will have less time to use my system, that is another reason for getting the ASUS PG348Q now, so it depends on your situation with work/student if you can wait, also we have no idea when we will get the first 3440x1440p 144hz Gsync monitor

I make full use out of my 3x 24" monitors. Right for tools and dialog boxes and the material editor in 3ds Max, centre for veiwports, left for more dialogs and for reference DWG files, Mudbox, Photoshop, reference images etc, or for just surfing the web, or watching a movie, so I am 100% sure two ultra wides will improve workflow even more :-)
post #593 of 1177
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Originally Posted by SRPlus View Post

I make full use out of my 3x 24" monitors. Right for tools and dialog boxes and the material editor in 3ds Max, centre for veiwports, left for more dialogs and for reference DWG files, Mudbox, Photoshop, reference images etc, or for just surfing the web, or watching a movie, so I am 100% sure two ultra wides will improve workflow even more :-)

Yeah it would, I thought you need at least three monitors for surround gaming with NVIDIA though

It would be really good for photoshop and films, it would be great to have two of them for that, even three of them smile.gif
post #594 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

Yeah it would, I thought you need at least three monitors for surround gaming with NVIDIA though

It would be really good for photoshop and films, it would be great to have two of them for that, even three of them smile.gif

At the mo, I only have the space for Two :-( Later I will definitely get a third, after I've finished converting the new office :-)

And I'm not sure but I think 3 way ultra-wide surround would put a strain on my 4 aging Titans....

Plus on the Asus Z9PE-D8 WS owners thread, there have been a lot of problems with surround and the MoBo I use, some saying it switches to 2-way SLI or 3-way...

Which is also why I have been thinking of only getting one PG348Q and two dells, and just gaming on one monitor.
Edited by SRPlus - 2/8/16 at 8:00am
post #595 of 1177
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At the mo, I only have the space for Two :-( Later I will definitely get a third, after I've finished converting the new office :-)

And I'm not sure but I think 3 way ultra-wide surround would put a strain on my 4 aging Titans....

Well two would during gaming, even one of them, as scaling at 4 GPUs is quite bad in games, however for photoshop and films it would look so good
post #596 of 1177
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Well two would during gaming, even one of them, as scaling at 4 GPUs is quite bad in games, however for photoshop and films it would look so good

People keep saying that, but since I moved over to Windows 10 Pro x64, the problems with microstutter , tearing etc all went away, and every game runs ultra smooth at Ultra settings. And on Window 7 Pro x64, microstutter was only apparent on a few select games, Metro Last light, Skyrim, and Bioshock infinite... but they all run amazingly now. But that's on a 1920x 1200 monitor, so I think gsync would be a must.and 2x / 3x 3440 x 1440 will definitely make my system sweat..
post #597 of 1177
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Originally Posted by SRPlus View Post

People keep saying that, but since I moved over to Windows 10 Pro x64, the problems with microstutter , tearing etc all went away, and every game runs ultra smooth at Ultra settings. And on Window 7 Pro x64, microstutter was only apparent on a few select games, Metro Last light, Skyrim, and Bioshock infinite... but they all run amazingly now. But that's on a 1920x 1200 monitor, so I think gsync would be a must.and 2x / 3x 3440 x 1440 will definitely make my system sweat..

If two GTX 980ti overclocked can get 60 FPS on Witcher 3 Ultra Hairworks, I highly doubt you will get above 20 FPS on Witcher 3, this was with Windows 10
post #598 of 1177
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If two GTX 980ti overclocked can get 60 FPS on Witcher 3 Ultra Hairworks, I highly doubt you will get above 20 FPS on Witcher 3, this was with Windows 10

I'm pretty sure 4x older Titans in SLI will be on par with 2x 980ti from the benchmarks I have seen. I ran tests with a Guy that has 2x Titan X's. One Titan X is approx 46% faster than one of my old 2688 core titan's when rendering in Iray, and for gaming, my 4x Titans pretty much equaled 2x Titan X when gaming in SLI. But obviously 2x Titan X does the same job but uses half the power...

I am 100% sure about upgrading to Pascal this year or next, although I am still a little confused about some of the information coming though, need to read a bit more on it. Some say the fully loaded Pascal wont be until next year, but Titan Pascal is rumoured to be launched in April? Titans usually have the full core count, so what does than mean? Titan Pascal will be using GP100 not 104 right? Or is there going to be a Pascal V2?
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Originally Posted by SRPlus View Post

I'm pretty sure 4x older Titans in SLI will be on par with 2x 980ti from the benchmarks I have seen. I ran tests with a Guy that has 2x Titan X's. One Titan X is approx 46% faster than one of my old 2688 core titan's when rendering in Iray, and for gaming, my 4x Titans pretty much equaled 2x Titan X when gaming in SLI. But obviously 2x Titan X does the same job but uses half the power...

I am 100% sure about upgrading to Pascal this year or next, although I am still a little confused about some of the information coming though, need to read a bit more on it. Some say the fully loaded Pascal wont be until next year, but Titan Pascal is rumoured to be launched in April? Titans usually have the full core count, so what does than mean? Titan Pascal will be using GP100 not 104 right? Or is there going to be a Pascal V2?

This is what I keep saying, mid end Q2 2016 with high end Q1 2017

The remour for an April launch is not true, as NVIDIA currently has no samples to show, even when AMD had a Polaris sample at CES

Titan GPU have all the Texture Mapping units and SM clusters, this results in more Texture Units (Titan 192 and 980ti 176) and more CUDA cores (Titan 3072 and 980ti 2816) so the Titan series use the best Silicon wafers, then the GTX 980ti gets the wafer that did not allow a Titan chip

The Pascal Titan will be GP100, I doubt there will be a Pascal Titan 2, as Volta comes out 2018-2019
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

This is what I keep saying, mid end Q2 2016 with high end Q1 2017

The remour for an April launch is not true, as NVIDIA currently has no samples to show, even when AMD had a Polaris sample at CES

Titan GPU have all the Texture Mapping units and SM clusters, this results in more Texture Units (Titan 192 and 980ti 176) and more CUDA cores (Titan 3072 and 980ti 2816) so the Titan series use the best Silicon wafers, then the GTX 980ti gets the wafer that did not allow a Titan chip

The Pascal Titan will be GP100, I doubt there will be a Pascal Titan 2, as Volta comes out 2018-2019

Yep, understood the difference between Titan X and 980ti..

Just didn't understand why Titan Pascal would be launching in April, but the fully loaded Pascal would not be until next year, didn't make sense..

I guess we will have to wait until April to be 100% sure.

Shame... :-((
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