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Will i5 2500k oc'ed to 4,6GHz be a bottleneck to this setup? My MOBO is asrock p67 pro3 b3.

only reason I have not gone that route is a single 980 ti isnt powerful enough for that rez.

also im waiting for the 144hz gsync model samsung is working on for late this year.
    
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only reason I have not gone that route is a single 980 ti isnt powerful enough for that rez.

also im waiting for the 144hz gsync model samsung is working on for late this year.

Playing at 4k on a single 980 ti. It has no troubles pushing 30+ with minimal visual sacrifice. Really all I've done to this point is switch games from 1440p to 4k and use the same settings I had been using. Just at 30+ fps instead of 70+ @ 1440p. 21:9 1440p shouldn't really be an issue for a single 980 ti as long as you aren't shooting for high fps.
     
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50 FPS should be enough, but anything below 40 would be bad for me. Im gonna spend a lot of money on that build, I dont want to have same playing experience as with 1080p gtx 570... Is it worth it?
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only reason I have not gone that route is a single 980 ti isnt powerful enough for that rez.

also im waiting for the 144hz gsync model samsung is working on for late this year.
what is that?
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I dont want to have same playing experience as with 1080p gtx 570... Is it worth it?
well if you're aiming for +50 fps then 2500K at 4.6GHz would do just fine.
It depends on what you're after but going from 16:9 1080p to 21:9 1440p is a huge deal,you're gonna love that screen. However, you're still exchanging 60hz for 60hz (unless the one you're getting is that new 100Hz 3440x1440). I went similar route too, but from 22" 1080p 60Hz to 27" 1440p 60Hz and the difference was night and day, the fact that you're choosing ultrawide will surely impact the wow effect as well.
BTW I only had 1440p 60Hz for about 6 months tho, I upgraded to 1440p with higher refresh and I gotta say 120Hz with ULMB is just insane compared to 60Hz. Truly friggin insane. But if you appreciate visuals more, then ultrawide at 60Hz will be better for your liking than 16:9 with higher refresh with and no blur.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/1/16 at 7:51am
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