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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

Well, you lied, it is 98% wink.gif

Either way, that's fairly ridiculous, so i'll wait, probably a bug. Or not, then it explains why EVGA stayed away from making KPE of this one.
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I was trying to be modest hehe biggrin.gif I got a reply from Reddit with someone saying his is 66.7% time will tell I guess
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

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.

Each to their own. To me what immerses most than anything is graphics, and seeing pixels is a big distraction for me. I prefer to play at 40 fps than at 1440p at 90 fps, actually, i don't think i would want to drop the resolution below 4k in any scenario. I played on a 144hz monitor, and i liked the extra smoothness, but it wasn't a big deal for me, 60 hz feels smooth enough.

Sure, i feel it every time when fps drops below 50, but i wouldnt want to lower the resolution, jaggies and lack of clarity are worse things for me. I also have my older 1440p monitor, and I can spot the difference in clarity right away between the two.

In all new games with beautiful graphics i often stand still do admire the scenery, the game could be running at 1 fps then, and i wouldn't care. A single gorgeous view at 4k > 144 fps at 1440p, not to mention 1080p(yuck !).
Edited by AngEviL - 5/28/16 at 3:31am
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I always wondered if ASICS really mattered.

Saw so many cases where lower Asics numbered card was the better one....
It doesn't matter, mostly or often ASIC means on GPUs the amount of leakage not the actual chip quality or ability to run higher clocks or anything. High ASIC low leakage, lower losses of power, but having the opposite has it's advantages as well, there is no clean win here.

Marketing wise they could and I think they sometimes are like EVGA selling people high ASIC cards even though they don't say what it really means only because people always want the higher number lol More clock, more voltage, more power, more connectors, more cooling, more ASIC what ever that means, ...

The only thing worth paying for in GPUs is a well designed PCB with decent VRMs and cooling. After that should come if you want to OC it yourself or you want to buy one of the factory OCed cards.

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AngEvil that 1440p/144Hz is lost on you, give it to me tongue.gif 60 vs 120Hz for me is like night and day.
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Originally Posted by AngEviL View Post

Each to their own. To me what immerses most than anything is graphics, and seeing pixels is a big distraction for me. I prefer to play at 40 fps than at 1440p at 90 fps, actually, i don't think i would want to drop the resolution below 4k in any scenario. I played on a 144hz monitor, and i liked the extra smoothness, but it wasn't a big deal for me, 60 hz feels smooth enough.

Sure, i feel it every time when fps drops below 50, but i wouldnt want to lower the resolution, jaggies and lack of clarity are worse things for me. I also have my older 1440p monitor, and I can spot the difference in clarity right away between the two.

In all new games with beautiful graphics i often stand still do admire the scenery, the game could be running at 1 fps then, and i wouldn't care. A single gorgeous view at 4k > 144 fps at 1440p, not to mention 1080p(yuck !).

1 fps a bit extreme biggrin.gif

Prefer 144-165@1440p GSync any day
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It doesn't matter, mostly or often ASIC means on GPUs the amount of leakage not the actual chip quality or ability to run higher clocks or anything. High ASIC low leakage, lower losses of power, but having the opposite has it's advantages as well, there is no clean win here.

Marketing wise they could and I think they sometimes are like EVGA selling people high ASIC cards even though they don't say what it really means only because people always want the higher number lol More clock, more voltage, more power, more connectors, more cooling, more ASIC what ever that means, ...

The only thing worth paying for in GPUs is a well designed PCB with decent VRMs and cooling. After that should come if you want to OC it yourself or you want to buy one of the factory OCed cards.

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AngEvil that 1440p/144Hz is lost on you, give it to me tongue.gif 60 vs 120Hz for me is like night and day.

True i had a G1 high ASIC terrible coile whine...My current one has only 70% no coile whine and over clocks quite good as well
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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.

Well I just installed ver 0.8.3 and my cards asic is 96.2% apparently, when running the latest version of GPU-Z it just says that Asic isn't supported on this card.


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Anyone recon a 2500k oc to 4,5 would bottleneck one of these cards, not the founder edition but the other ones?
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Anyone recon a 2500k oc to 4,5 would bottleneck one of these cards, not the founder edition but the other ones?

Already covered lots of times.

Take a look here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frNjT5R5XI4
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As I suspect, 900 euro in my country.
For midrange,lol.

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