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Originally Posted by iRUSH View Post

Yeah I agree! My Predator 1080p will do 180 Hz and I really can't tell the difference between it and 144.

Lol, at what point do frames being to make an image look slow?
post #4792 of 6175
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Originally Posted by iRUSH View Post

Yeah I agree! My Predator 1080p will do 180 Hz and I really can't tell the difference between it and 144.

I had that monitor and setting it to 180hz i too didn't really notice an improvement in fluidity. I did however notice a decrease in image quality and measured a decrease in contrast ratio by a few hundred with my colorimeter compared to running it with 144hz. Who knows if 240hz will be "noticeable", plus theres also the problem of running games at over 200+fps. You'll either need to drop settings in demanding titles or go for multi-gpu.

I returned the XB241H and got the XB240H for $230 on clearance and saved $120 and am pretty happy with my purchase. Probably better off sticking with this and not bother with investing more money into LCDs.
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Originally Posted by Brimlock View Post

Lol, at what point do frames being to make an image look slow?

Huh?
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Originally Posted by Malinkadink View Post

I had that monitor and setting it to 180hz i too didn't really notice an improvement in fluidity. I did however notice a decrease in image quality and measured a decrease in contrast ratio by a few hundred with my colorimeter compared to running it with 144hz. Who knows if 240hz will be "noticeable", plus theres also the problem of running games at over 200+fps. You'll either need to drop settings in demanding titles or go for multi-gpu.

I returned the XB241H and got the XB240H for $230 on clearance and saved $120 and am pretty happy with my purchase. Probably better off sticking with this and not bother with investing more money into LCDs.
Huh?

At 1080p with a fast CPU like 6700K you can run 240 fps games like CS:GO and Overwatch.
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So, looking at my Newegg order history. This is how much i payed for a gtx 280 in 2008.

1 EVGA 01G-P3-1284-AR GeForce GTX 280 SSC Edition 1GB 512-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card
Item #: N82E16814130368
30 Day Return Policy

$669.99

And it didn't even beat my gtx8800 in some games.
post #4795 of 6175
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Originally Posted by KGPrime View Post

So, looking at my Newegg order history. This is how much i payed for a gtx 280 in 2008.

1 EVGA 01G-P3-1284-AR GeForce GTX 280 SSC Edition 1GB 512-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card
Item #: N82E16814130368
30 Day Return Policy

$669.99

And it didn't even beat my gtx8800 in some games.

And the economy sucked in 2008.
post #4796 of 6175
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So, looking at my Newegg order history. This is how much i payed for a gtx 280 in 2008.


You're due for an upgrade. tongue.gif
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ID-Cooling, Galax HOF Cards, & Thermaltake Booth | Computex 2016



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Would a new 1080 outperform two EVGA 780ti Classified cards in SLI? Debating on getting a 1080 (EVGA Classified or the ASUS Strix) if a single card can outperform my SLI setup. I'd also like to get a EKWB waterblock for the 1080.


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Originally Posted by cyph3rz View Post

Phanteks makes water block for GTX 1080 FE - Computex 2016

(Will be available in late June for $160 USD)




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I like that full cover block but I really don't think there is much use to water cool Pascal at this point. Its not going to increase OCs at all (though I guess it will eliminate the need for 100% fan speed to avoid throttling). There hasn't been a great candidate for water cooling from Nvidia since Kepler in my opinion.
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Acer and Asus presents screens of 24.5 inches with 240 Hz and G-Sync - Computex 2016

Anyone interested in monitors?




Acer Predator XB1 Series - XB251Q



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Ugh, that off angle wash out is pretty horrendous! I guess its not that big of a deal on a computer monitor but still a turn off for me...
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