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Hahahaha loool. I am a 4K gamer but a peasent version than with 60hz biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

But yeah sometimes I ask myself "should I have bought a 1440p 144hz screen instead?" wink.gif
yes, you should have. ppl say that 4K is for better game immersion, but that comes at the cost of 35-40 fps. They tend to forget how greatly the feeling of realism is affected by the smoothness of movement. 40 fps 4K vs 90 fps 1440p ? That is not really up for discussion.
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yes, you should have. ppl say that 4K is for better game immersion, but that comes at the cost of 35-40 fps. They tend to forget how greatly the feeling of realism is affected by the smoothness of movement. 40 fps 4K vs 90 fps 1440p ? That is not really up for discussion.

Those people are wrong though. I can easily average 60fps on my screen in every game. Easily. Not on Ultra settings of course and I always turn off AA as it has like 0.1% sense (to me) at 4K.

I am just wishing for 4k 120hz screens lol biggrin.gif
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Can people post their asic scores for 1080? I have a 97% I don't think I can be that lucky
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Can people post their asic scores for 1080? I have a 97% I don't think I can be that lucky

Screen or bust.
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Can people post their asic scores for 1080? I have a 97% I don't think I can be that lucky

97% wow. Never heard of it lol. You could sell it for a fortune if this is a unique case biggrin.gif

Some people are nuts over ASICS.
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also someone posted 98,5% a couple of pages back. So it seems like GTX 1080 does have high ASIC, which leaves me wondering why certain things ... thinking.gif
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also someone posted 98,5% a couple of pages back. So it seems like GTX 1080 does have high ASIC, which leaves me wondering why certain things ... thinking.gif

I always wondered if ASICS really mattered.

Saw so many cases where lower Asics numbered card was the better one....
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Someone with GPUz 0.8.3 got high readings, while one with GPUz 0.8.8 says it's not supported on that card.
Will have to wait for an update to get accurate numbers.
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I always wondered if ASICS really mattered.

Saw so many cases where lower Asics numbered card was the better one....

don't really know. Some say high ASIC is great for air cooling OC and low ASIC is better for LN2/water. Others say it doesn't matter.

I have no idea biggrin.gif
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...what would I have to gain from lying? I was just lazy to take SS since I was in bed already. I also tried with older versions on gpu-z but the newest one does state it is unsupported
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