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post #281 of 358
I ordered one of these today! Delivery tomorrow! biggrin.gif

I am moving on from a 27" 1440P Viewsonic VP2700-LED to a 32" 4K G-Sync and can't wait biggrin.gif

It will be interesting to see how my TXP copes...
post #282 of 358
This monitor is so amazing, I'm waiting and hoping someone will someday release a 100/120hz version :-(
post #283 of 358
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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post

This monitor is so amazing, I'm waiting and hoping someone will someday release a 100/120hz version :-(
That would fit all the specs I've been hoping for in a monitor since DP 1.4 was announced for the NVidia 1080 (of course the new monitor would have to have a newer DP port as well).
post #284 of 358
You are using this monitor with one 1070?
post #285 of 358
Has anyone tried resolutions directly under 4k?
Does the monitor run fine, and does it look blurry?
post #286 of 358
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Originally Posted by quovadis123 View Post

Has anyone tried resolutions directly under 4k?
Does the monitor run fine, and does it look blurry?

Clear & sharp at all resolutions!
post #287 of 358
Could you please expand on this topic?
Which resolutions in particular?
If what you are saying is true, a 1070 could potentially work, or even a 980ti.
I think many potential buyers are getting thrown off purchasing this monitor, because they do not own a 1080 or a titan.
post #288 of 358
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Originally Posted by quovadis123 View Post

Could you please expand on this topic?
Which resolutions in particular?
If what you are saying is true, a 1070 could potentially work, or even a 980ti.
I think many potential buyers are getting thrown off purchasing this monitor, because they do not own a 1080 or a titan.

My XB321HK is hooked up to a Titan XP, under Win 10 the range of resolutions supported is anything between 800x600 up to 7680x4320 (I've run it at this resolution albeit everything is very small (obviously but wanted to test it)).

I'm sure there are many folks using a 980ti or 1070 with this monitor and they are great cards and very suitable, notwithstanding, you can drive this monitor with a much older and lower-rated graphics card.

But if you're going to spend this much for a monitor ($1,400 w/tax), why would you pair it with anything less than a stellar video card?
post #289 of 358
Thank you
I still have two old titans (Kepler 2013 models). I suppose i should try them on this monitor before throwing them out.
post #290 of 358
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Originally Posted by quovadis123 View Post

Thank you
I still have two old titans (Kepler 2013 models). I suppose i should try them on this monitor before throwing them out.

Sure, [in SLI] why not? I suppose it ultimately comes down to the applications you're wanting to run. Those cards should have plenty of performance (for gaming) I would think.

I would say that if you're trying to game at 4K/60Hz, which is what this monitor supports, you would probably want to have at a minimum [the equivalent performance] of a GTX 1080 to get the kind of frame rates that are playable (and enjoyable). Even if your frame rates dip below 60 FPS, at least you've got G-Sync which works really well on this monitor.

Edit: 4K/60 max eye candy..
Edited by bizplan - 10/2/16 at 2:59pm
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