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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

If you get one ASUS PG348Q and two Dell U3415W, that would be quite good, then you can game on the ASUS PG348Q and do work on the Dell U3415W, however if you really want blue light, you will have to get three ASUS PG348Q (would be very expensive) so I think one ASUS PG348Q and two Dell U3415W would be better

I would game on just one monitor, so you get better FPS and it means you can get higher than 60 FPS in games.

Its hard to know how bad the framerate will be without actually having a PG348q in front of me. Playing on one of my 1920 x 1200 monitors, things like Bio shock infinite test at full settings I'm getting crazy average frame rate scores nearing 400, same for the tomb raider Bench mid 300's. Heaven I get an average of 155 FPS, although this does seem to vary from each test, sometimes 148, sometimes 158.

I thought seriously last year about replacing my Titans with Titan X's, but 46% increase for £4K didn't seem logical.

I think once the GTC happens on April 2nd, we will know for sure about Pascal launch dates..

Again its Logic vs Want!!

Logic Two Dells, wait for next year,

Midway.. One PG348Q two Dells..

WANT! 2 PG348Q's , a third later :-))
post #612 of 1177
All this talk about SLI,

The only thing that seems a bit frustrating for SLI is that you cannot use Gsync + SLI + DSR at the same time, at least from what I know. DSR may not be a must have for newer games, but it makes all the difference for older games or bad ports without proper AA support. So be aware that you'll need a really beefy single GPU to handle DSR and Gsync togheter at a decent framerate. Expecially when that 3440x1440 144hz panel comes out.
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Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post

Not for nothing, If flicker-free is a priority for you, you should also check out the Samsung. It uses DC backlighting, so there's absolutely zero flicker, and very accurate low-blue settings if you want them. I probably wouldn't recommend them for secondary "side" monitors (in a 3-monitor setup), though, as the angle-viewed color shift would be too severe

Isn't the Samsung a VA panel though? I know its down to personal preference but I do prefer the IPS panels, especially for colour accuracy.

Nice rig by the way :-)
post #614 of 1177
Will North America also get it on February? I keep checking newegg every day but so far there aren't any pre-orders.
post #615 of 1177
Found this link.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01A9EN4YU/?tag=gamemonitors-21

No price listed, and currently unavailable, but I'm guessing amazon are preparing to get stocks...

Not sure if that link is genuine actually, if it is, they sure need to work on the description details...
Edited by SRPlus - 2/8/16 at 10:04am
post #616 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Najd View Post

Will North America also get it on February? I keep checking newegg every day but so far there aren't any pre-orders.

Good question, still can't find any info pointing to any date or a pre-order from any site in the North America
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Originally Posted by SRPlus View Post

Found this link.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01A9EN4YU/?tag=gamemonitors-21

No price listed, and currently unavailable, but I'm guessing amazon are preparing to get stocks...

Nice find! How did you find it? Is it on the US website too?
Edited by RGSPro - 2/8/16 at 10:02am
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post #618 of 1177
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Isn't the Samsung a VA panel though? I know its down to personal preference but I do prefer the IPS panels, especially for colour accuracy.
Yes, it is a SVA panel, albeit a very high quality one (response time is equal to or faster than the comparable IPS). The drawback is that color shift is pretty severe when not viewing it directly head-on. Personally, I prefer VA for the deep blacks, but it's totally a matter of preference.
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Nice rig by the way :-)
Thank you smile.gif I put a lot of work into it, though the components are beginning to show their age now (which is of course a VERY relative statement lol)
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Originally Posted by RGSPro View Post

Nice find! How did you find it? Is it on the US website too?

I have done a few searches, even for template product pages on US E-tailer sites, Newegg, TigerDirect, NCiX etc but still nothing for the PG348Q yet...
post #620 of 1177
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Yes, it is a SVA panel, albeit a very high quality one (response time is equal to or faster than the comparable IPS). The drawback is that color shift is pretty severe when not viewing it directly head-on. Personally, I prefer VA for the deep blacks, but it's totally a matter of preference.
Thank you smile.gif I put a lot of work into it, though the components are beginning to show their age now (which is of course a VERY relative statement lol)

My rig has changed a bit since the photos were taken about a year and a half ago. Modified the chassis to put a large HDD at the bottom behind the side plate, and modified it so I can fit two more 140 fans on the bottom inside behind the side panel, fans are now Noctua Industrial too, push pull on the CPU coolers and the rest of the case, and I changed the PSU's for Antec HCP-1300's with the OC link. Didn't trust the Add2PSU module or using a lead, as they provide no load balance or buffering between the two PSU's.

A full liquid cooling loop is the answer though to all those high power fans, but I only crank the fans up I have a long rendering period. Gaming in SLI, temps usually don't go above 55c with v-sync on, off and they can go just above 70c.

Full liquid cooling is for my next build :-) May need some advice ;-)
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