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Why? Even the brand new 2016 OLEDs have ~30ms input lag which would be similiar to something like the LG UltraWide 3440x1440 IPS. While they are plenty for typical FPS gaming, I don't see a competitive FPS gamer ever wanting a monitor with 30ms input lag.
In GTA V? It's one of the most aliased games out there.

 

 

Have you gamed on oled yet?

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I just wanna know if this card can run ultra modded (best graphics mods possible + most beautiful enbs) Skyrim smoothly above 3440x1440 or 3840x2160, in terms of stunning graphics, I don't think there is any game can be compared with ultra modded skyrim, right?

I mean after modded, the graphics in game are just insane and that's the only purpose I want to buy this card for. Coz I'm currently running 1070 sli which isn't enough at all. I know modded game isn't fully optimized but still I hope it could be achievable with this Titan X.
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Have you gamed on oled yet?

Everyday, look at my monitor. thumb.gif

I've been using OLED for almost a year now, starting with the EG9600 then the EF9500, now the E6. The EG9600 and EF9500 had around ~55ms input lag which is the reason why I went to the new E6 - which has around 32ms.
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I just wanna know if this card can run ultra modded (best graphics mods possible + most beautiful enbs) Skyrim smoothly above 3440x1440 or 3840x2160

Doubt it. Engine limitations will likely kick in especially if you are using commands to increase the draw distance. I'm guessing even with hardware a few years from now it won't be possible. Last time I tried Oblivion with all the graphic mods, FPS still tanked despite looking pretty awful by today's standards.
Edited by Murlocke - 7/30/16 at 8:15am
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Great, then you don't see the benefit in doing so youself..?

 

Why suggest that Gamers are not gravitating towards oled, or 4k..? 

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I'm not up to date on OLED, but for FPS games nothing beats a TN at 144Hz...Except the old school CRT screens with high refreshrates; they are faster/smoother still. They are a pain to haul around though, I don't miss that at all.

You clearly have not seen an OLED then... tongue.gif

Yes the motion and responsiveness is about the same as IPS 60hz, but that's acceptable for anything but competitive gaming, and the image quality is about a billion times better and that's not even an exaggeration.
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Great, then you don't see the benefit in doing so youself..?

Why suggest that Gamers are not gravitating towards oled, or 4k..? 

You did not say gamers, you said "real competitive gamers". Competitive gamers are ones who have a main goal of being 1st and/or regularly enter gaming tournaments. These people do not care about image quality, they care about maximum FPS and less input lag as possible.

If you are a typical gamer where fun is your main goal, then OLED is to die for.
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yeah I bet CS GO pros are scrambling to buy that 4K 120Hz OLED for $5000 biggrin.gif

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And yet, those monitors will be out in a years time.

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Doubt it. Engine limitations will likely kick in especially if you are using commands to increase the draw distance. I'm guessing even with hardware a few years from now it won't be possible. Last time I tried Oblivion with all the graphic mods, FPS still tanked despite looking pretty awful by today's standards.

You should try Skyrim with all that GFX mods, I can't say about physics part since its mainly about the engine?! But other than that, I'm pretty sure it's a no contest against witcher3+enb or fallout4+enb.
But in the end, I've found myself meddling with these mods instead of playing the actual game LOL, just offering a feast to my eyes I suppose. biggrin.gif:D
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And yet, those monitors will be out in a years time.

And yet, those monitors will still have input lag far above what a "real competitive gamer" would consider acceptable. They will still all be on 144hz TN panels because speed is everything for a competitive FPS gamer. OLED has roughly the same input lag as IPS, and you don't see them touching IPS monitors. We are still not at a point in technology where we can have both speed and quality.

Personally, I really don't see the point of being a competitive gamer and sacrificing image quality. For me, the speed of IPS/OLED is perfectly acceptable for FPS gaming, but I don't go into a FPS gaming thinking "#1 or nothing".
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Two hundred and twenty three pages and STILL the thread is wrong... man.
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