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Originally Posted by raidflex View Post

Yeah I wouldn't go to 4k, even if I could now. I wouldn't replace my 34in 3440x1440 ultra wide, I like the good balance between resolution and performance. Volta maybe the first generation that is actually suitable for 4k with a single card.

My thoughts almost exactly.

Specifically your thoughts on Volta. I've said before a few times, Volta (Hopefully) = 4k.

I'll need more than 60fps though. As long as it can hold 90ish in most games at 4k, I'll bite. GSYNC and 144hz are a part of me now.

I will not leave them behind. Heh. Easily the biggest GSYNC fan boy you've ever seen <--.
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You're probably a 144Hz fan, rather than a G-Sync one. smile.gif
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Single-GPU stutter is highly unlikely. Are you sure the card is a problem?

Oh trust me. 20-30 millisecond frametime spikes in CSGO aren't a figment of my imagination. I don't even notice frametime spikes or microstutter in anything else I have tried. Dying Light is fine, Tombraider is fine, Thief is fine. Its just CSGO microstuttering for me every 20 to 40 seconds. Problem is that is the only game I have any real passion for. So here I sit, patiently awaiting driver improvements and a legitimate DPC latency fix instead of this hotfix that only kinda sorta solved the issue.

I ditched a 295X2 and 290X because I believed the FCAT results on the 1080's reviews.
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Originally Posted by toncij View Post

You're probably a 144Hz fan, rather than a G-Sync one. smile.gif

144hz first for sure.

You have that right. Lol!
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Oh trust me. 20-30 millisecond frametime spikes in CSGO aren't a figment of my imagination. I don't even notice frametime spikes or microstutter in anything else I have tried. Dying Light is fine, Tombraider is fine, Thief is fine. Its just CSGO microstuttering for me every 20 to 40 seconds. Problem is that is the only game I have any real passion for. So here I sit, patiently awaiting driver improvements and a legitimate DPC latency fix instead of this hotfix that only kinda sorta solved the issue.

I ditched a 295X2 and 290X because I believed the FCAT results on the 1080's reviews.

The man speaks truth. Every game he mentioned that works well, does.

All good engines with no discernable frame time issues. Especially Dying Light and Tomb Raider (ROTR too). Always butter smooth, never stutter.

If a game stutters, I don't play it. I've beaten Tomb Raider and almost finished Dying Light. If you knew me personally you know just by that, those games have great engines. wink.gif
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Man who isn't. I bought a 1440p 144Hz Freesync monitor and I had no intention of ever even using Freesync on it. I got it because it was a 1440p 144Hz monitor that I could tweak to give me solid FPS performance.
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All I want is an OLED 4k Gsync 100Hz monitor at 30in+ and I will be happy. biggrin.gif
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Man who isn't. I bought a 1440p 144Hz Freesync monitor and I had no intention of ever even using Freesync on it. I got it because it was a 1440p 144Hz monitor that I could tweak to give me solid FPS performance.

If I had to choose, I would always choose 144hz over GSYNC.

Those 4k 60Hz GSYNC monitors are JUNK. Anything 60hz/fps is junk.....

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All I want is an OLED 4k Gsync 100Hz monitor at 30in+ and I will be happy. biggrin.gif

Hehe, holding out for OLED are we? Such a slow technology. They're having a hard time making larger screens that are reliable.

AFAIK anyway.
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If I had to choose, I would always choose 144hz over GSYNC.

Those 4k 60Hz GSYNC monitors are JUNK. Anything 60hz/fps is junk.....
Hehe, holding out for OLED are we? Such a slow technology. They're having a hard time making larger screens that are reliable.

AFAIK anyway.

While I agree 144Hz is nice, FPS can vary and that is were Gsync comes in. But I would still want a monitor with at least 100Hz. I have been waiting for OLED for 10 years, it sucks that its been so slow with development and MFG. Nothing beats the contrast of an OLED panel though.
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

If I had to choose, I would always choose 144hz over GSYNC.

Those 4k 60Hz GSYNC monitors are JUNK. Anything 60hz/fps is junk.....
Hehe, holding out for OLED are we? Such a slow technology. They're having a hard time making larger screens that are reliable.

AFAIK anyway.

Well, OLED is maybe kind of coming this year. The Dell UP3017Q is the 30" 4K OLED, possibly with 120Hz (I've heard conflicting info). But, it's been delayed until Q3/Q4 this year. frown.gif And, well, haha, it's also $5,000.
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