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Originally Posted by Assassin O View Post

Hey guys I'm thinking about picking up this monitor. Anyone have any experience on how two 980ti sli perform on some of the current most demanding games? I'm not planning on upgrading my gpus until the 11 series. Currently my 980tis are at 1405 mhz paired with a 3930k @ 4.4ghz. Any feedback would surely be appreciated.

Even single 980ti enough for 3440x1440 but not all settings to MAX, i would sell them and get a 1080, cuz more fluid micro stutter free experience
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Even single 980ti enough for 3440x1440 but not all settings to MAX, i would sell them and get a 1080, cuz more fluid micro stutter free experience

So you're recommending someone to replace 2 980 Tis with a single 1080 and get less performance at least in SLI supported titles? Even a 980 Ti is only about 15% slower than a 1080 when comparing 1500mhz 980 Ti vs 2k 1080.

One or in this case two 980Tis is perfectly capable of doing 3440x1440 in modern titles with high settings and get respectable frame rates.
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So you're recommending someone to replace 2 980 Tis with a single 1080 and get less performance at least in SLI supported titles? Even a 980 Ti is only about 15% slower than a 1080 when comparing 1500mhz 980 Ti vs 2k 1080.

One or in this case two 980Tis is perfectly capable of doing 3440x1440 in modern titles with high settings and get respectable frame rates.

I assume you didnt experience SLI / CF here you go https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ng-pmHV-RMM

Notice how smooth gtx 1080 is and how laggy SLI is

Yeah %15 sure mate wink.gif
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I assume you didnt experience SLI / CF here you go https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ng-pmHV-RMM

Notice how smooth gtx 1080 is and how laggy SLI is

Yeah %15 sure mate wink.gif

Ugh... i don't see the SLI side being laggy at all, just see it having 10 more fps than the OCed 1080. The 980 Tis are running at 1200mhz, they can easily do 1500mhz, that would greatly widen their lead over the single 1080.

Heres a video from the same channel showing a 980 TI OCed vs a 1080 OCed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxqJI2xXZds

Now i'm not sure if the 980 TI he was using couldn't push a bit higher, but that memory OC is a bit tame at 3700 when 3900 is easily doable on a good AIB card. Either way the 1080 OC is only 15-20% difference in framerate over the OCed 980 Ti. 10-15fps isn't worth the upgrade whatsoever if you're using a 980 Ti already. Add to that the latency issues plaguing pascal and it becomes even more ill advised to upgrade.

Its especially stupid to ditch two 980 Tis for a single 1080, when those two cards smoke a single 1080. If the goal was single most powerful card then the Titan XP would offer similar framerates to two 980 Tis.

And just to back that up again the same channel posted this just recently comparing two 980 Tis and a Titan XP at stock and they're like dead even: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzHUqR9A8YA

When both are OCed i don't imagine there any significant gap developing either. Possible the Tis would pull ahead slightly, but not by much, and even then the Titan has 12gb vram and it will always give you the best performance because it doesn't need to rely on SLI drivers.
Edited by Malinkadink - 8/8/16 at 11:51pm
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post #2175 of 3542
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Originally Posted by muSPK View Post

Got the same issue + the flickering on top of the screen that reaches down like 2-3 cms. It happens for me when G-sync is on, and doesnt matter if its in windows mode or fullscreen. It happens in every game I tried.
And I had my monitor since march and its manufacture date is february.

Its the same kind of flickering/issue that my PG278Q had and ultimate made me RMA it and get my money back, and it is caused due to the g-sync modul.
Though the PG278Q had this flickering problem all over the screen, the PG348Q only has it at the top.

I am gonna keep the monitor for now, but who knows in the future. There is nothing better on the market right now anyway.

It seems then every monitor has this black bar going across the top of the screen, I think I will be selling this monitor when the LG 3440x1440p 144hz monitor comes out, would be great if it had HDR and G-Sync on it
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It seems then every monitor has this black bar going across the top of the screen, I think I will be selling this monitor when the LG 3440x1440p 144hz monitor comes out, would be great if it had HDR and G-Sync on it

It honestly is not a deal breaker for me. It is only slightly visible on a grey background
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This is mine
Edited by flexer9898 - 8/9/16 at 5:54pm
post #2178 of 3542
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

It seems then every monitor has this black bar going across the top of the screen, I think I will be selling this monitor when the LG 3440x1440p 144hz monitor comes out, would be great if it had HDR and G-Sync on it

Metros, have you posed this issue over in one of the X34 forums? I am curious to see if this is an issue with both monitors, given they use the same panel. If this is the case, the LG monitors may end up having this issue in the future as well.

EDIT: After looking at your photos as well, I think that I could let this issue slide so long as it doesn't get any worse then that. Of course that depends on a real life example, pictures can only show so much. Nonetheless, it would be nice to not see these issues at all
Edited by Mercureal - 8/9/16 at 12:06pm
post #2179 of 3542
Hey guys a few question regarding the supplied display port cable. How long is the supplied cable? Im moving my tower from the desk to a few inches above the floor. (Not sure if supplied display port is long enough) Also, would you guys have any recommendations on a better display port cable? (Im thinking maybe 6ft) Monitor we be powered by two 980tis sli. Appreciate if anyone could point me in the right direction so i will be prepared. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Mercureal View Post

Metros, have you posed this issue over in one of the X34 forums? I am curious to see if this is an issue with both monitors, given they use the same panel. If this is the case, the LG monitors may end up having this issue in the future as well.

EDIT: After looking at your photos as well, I think that I could let this issue slide so long as it doesn't get any worse then that. Of course that depends on a real life example, pictures can only show so much. Nonetheless, it would be nice to not see these issues at all

You can notice it in games, however it is harder to notice unless the screen is gray
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