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Im surprised curved monitors did not come to PC first.
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Who needs gsync?

? If you have to ask clearly you have no clue what it is...

You have two 980Ti's I would assume for gaming as what else would an SLI array benefit from along with a professional grade Dell monitor running at 60hz with 6ms that is aimed at high end productivity. Odd combination...

You can hit 60 FPS with vsync locked on a 1440P monitor with a single 980Ti in pretty much any game on the market.
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post #13 of 20
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? If you have to ask clearly you have no clue what it is...

You have two 980Ti's I would assume for gaming as what else would an SLI array benefit from along with a professional grade Dell monitor running at 60hz with 6ms that is aimed at high end productivity. Odd combination...

You can hit 60 FPS with vsync locked on a 1440P monitor with a single 980Ti in pretty much any game on the market.

Tell me why is it an odd combination? I want a guaranteed 60fps locked on any maxed out games thats why i got 980 ti sli, the monitor is perfect for gaming too and then some, i do photo editing.

I'd go 144hz ips gsync monitor if they are readily available and not full of issues. I'm happy with my current monitor, uniformity is perfect, no ips glow and no backlight bleed.
post #14 of 20
If you can't get 60FPS at pretty much any resolution with a single 980Ti overclocked or otherwise, then you have a real issue. With my ROG Swift (a 1440P), with everything set to ultra with a single overclocked 980Ti, I was averaging 170FPS in BF4... My 144hz monitor never dipped once below 144hz.

If I was using a 60hz monitor irrespective of the resolution, the most I would go in terms of video cards would be a single GTX970, not a pair of 980ti's.

That was my point. The reason to go with 980Ti's in SLI (or even 970's or 980's in SLI) would be to ensure hitting above 120hz in a game to align it to a high refresh rate monitor.

Not to mention, as nice as your monitor is for color and viewing angles (And it is great for that), the lag on it for FPS games is not great. Mind you, that is not what it is designed for and you may not play those type of games.

You spent around what $1800 (CAD) on video cards for a gaming rig and then bought a non gaming monitor. That's why I was confused.

And for the record, all IPS monitors have IPS glow. Perhaps yours has minimal glow or you have low sensitivity to it but it cannot be eliminated from IPS monitors.
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If you can't get 60FPS at pretty much any resolution with a single 980Ti overclocked or otherwise, then you have a real issue. With my ROG Swift (a 1440P), with everything set to ultra with a single overclocked 980Ti, I was averaging 170FPS in BF4... My 144hz monitor never dipped once below 144hz.

If I was using a 60hz monitor irrespective of the resolution, the most I would go in terms of video cards would be a single GTX970, not a pair of 980ti's.

That was my point. The reason to go with 980Ti's in SLI (or even 970's or 980's in SLI) would be to ensure hitting above 120hz in a game to align it to a high refresh rate monitor.

Not to mention, as nice as your monitor is for color and viewing angles (And it is great for that), the lag on it for FPS games is not great. Mind you, that is not what it is designed for and you may not play those type of games.

You spent around what $1800 (CAD) on video cards for a gaming rig and then bought a non gaming monitor. That's why I was confused.

And for the record, all IPS monitors have IPS glow. Perhaps yours has minimal glow or you have low sensitivity to it but it cannot be eliminated from IPS monitors.

The 980 ti sli is basically for future proof, as i said i was going for 144hz gsync but those are not readily available, maybe in a few months i can get one of those and run two monitors.
post #16 of 20
Fair enough. I originally considered 980Ti in SLI as well but bought one to try it out first and was quite happy. This way I can add a second down the road should I need it much cheaper.

What kind of temps do you see with the cards given they are sandwiched together on the Gene motherboard? I had that board for awhile and although it is a great overclocker, two GPU's on it leaves very little airflow space between. Also the SG10 has side fan mounts about the GPU area correct?
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Fair enough. I originally considered 980Ti in SLI as well but bought one to try it out first and was quite happy. This way I can add a second down the road should I need it much cheaper.

What kind of temps do you see with the cards given they are sandwiched together on the Gene motherboard? I had that board for awhile and although it is a great overclocker, two GPU's on it leaves very little airflow space between. Also the SG10 has side fan mounts about the GPU area correct?

there are 3 fans blowing right at the 980 ti sli, and i also jammed the rubber sli cover between the cards so that there will be more space between them, about 1cm of space. top card goes up to 89C when running heaven but those are overclocked and running @ 1400mhz
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8ms... happy gaming. rolleyes.gif
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8ms... happy gaming. rolleyes.gif

That is horrible and pathetic, my Sony W800b 50 inch LED TV that I play games on has a 5.5ms response time but the site says it has a 4ms response time now, I don't know though, other sources say it is 8ms, very suspicious.

http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/itemdetails/65BEGCC1US/460/202AF4280F534EBA8E923DE37D954D31
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Ugh curved.....they are just starting to get this gimmick out of their system with TVS and now Im going to have to deal with it with monitors too....
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