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Where have you been? The drivers haven't been great for a year and a half easily. Ever since gameworks, gsync, shield, deep learning, geforce experience, the touted army of engineers have been working on anything but the actual drivers.

The deeper you buy into the ecosystem, the worse time you'll have, because half the features conflict with others. To add insult to injury, there's close to no communication with the fan base. The only way to get a resolution is to get a media outlet to cover it. Then nvidia will post a "We are looking into it".

While I pride myself in not being a fanboy and going back and forth between AMD and Nvidia, my latest green stretch has been kind of long.

It started when I wrecked my 7970 by slipping with a screwdriver (I was trying to custom mod a Corsair AIO on the GPU) and I bough the 2GB GTX 680 on launch.

GTX680 (launch week) -> Original Kepler Titan (launch week) -> SLI 980TI's (about a year ago) -> GTX 1080 (only owned it for a week before selling after the Titan X announcement) -> Pascal Titan X (launch day)

In that time, the first time I noticed Nvidia driver problems was with the DPC Latency issues with the GTX 1080 launch
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Not an issue. Hell, VR displays are like one inch from your eyes. I do great in FPS's with it. Don't forget about the benefit of how much easier it is to see and target people at medium to far distances in a game.
Curve absolutely makes sense for a computer monitor. It isn't going anywhere. Every single large display manufacturer has announced new curved panels coming out for computer monitors.

But the question was about a TV.

Not a monitor.

Most new OLED TV's are flat, hence the curved fad is ending which is great news as I really, really hate curved TV's!
Edited by combat fighter - 8/23/16 at 9:02am
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Quick question after trying to look through this thread for an answer....


Will EK's Titan XM waterblocks fit on the XP by any chance? biggrin.gif

I told myself I wouldn't pull the trigger on the XP but with a bonus on the way + finding a buyer for my XMs, it was a no-brainer....ordered 2x XPs an hour ago... tongue.gif
Edited by jcde7ago - 8/23/16 at 8:53am
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Just got done with some testing single Titan-XP vs SLI:



All games tested at max graphics with the system in my sig. Crysis 3, SWBF and Metro LL can all be played single GPU at 4K @ 60 Hz. Witcher 3 is close.

Crysis 3, SWBF, Metro LL would all be pushed properly for 4K @ 120 Hz displays this winter. A single Titan-XP won't even be close for 4K @ 120 Hz monitors. I couldn't get Witcher 3 SLI usage above 80% on each GPU no matter what I did, hence only 47% gain. The rest of the games averaged 83% FPS gain which is quite nice. Star Citizen would be playable with Titan-XP 4K @ 120 Hz if you lower some settings.
nice work CSV! +1
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Philips? You're joking?
no - it is a very good monitor.
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Don't knock it until you try it, it's like IMAX!

900x900px-LL-faa6fb24_20160517_203638.jpeg

DOOM on it is the best looking game I've ever seen, pictures of it doesn't do it justice.
If Dell ever releases the 30" 4K @ 120 Hz OLED with a DP 1.3/1.4 connection, even at $5K it's an instant buy for me.

very nice! - unfortunately there are no treatments for your affliction. wink.gif
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My former monitor was a Samsung 24inch (1920x1200). Working out from the dpi of that and scaling up, I didn't want one any smaller than 36 inch. That way the pixel density wouldn't make it too small to read without scaling - and let's face it, scaling can be hit and miss especially with legacy applications.

The Philips 40inch 4K is nicely large, but not too big. And looks fine to my eyes. Also it was a quarter the price of anything else.

I'm sure there are better monitors out there. I'm sure one day someone will produce a G-sync 40inch 4K one that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. I'll think about such a beast then.

But for now, the Philips is fine. I just need a graphics card that will drive it at 60fps.
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My former monitor was a Samsung 24inch (1920x1200). Working out from the dpi of that and scaling up, I didn't want one any smaller than 36 inch. That way the pixel density wouldn't make it too small to read without scaling - and let's face it, scaling can be hit and miss especially with legacy applications.

The Philips 40inch 4K is nicely large, but not too big. And looks fine to my eyes. Also it was a quarter the price of anything else.

I'm sure there are better monitors out there. I'm sure one day someone will produce a G-sync 40inch 4K one that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. I'll think about such a beast then.

But for now, the Philips is fine. I just need a graphics card that will drive it at 60fps.

That's kind of how I feel too.

As it stands, maintaining minimum framerates at 60fps or above is a challenge at 4k in many titles, even with an overclocked Pascal Titan X. (unless you want to drop quality settings, but whats the fun in that?)

At some point, if an affordable 42"-44" Gsync compatible monitor appears with higher refresh rates I'll likely be interested, but probably not until the next Titan (or whatever video card is able to push - say 144hz - on a single GPU at 4k tongue.gif

There is no way I'm going SLI again. Too much trouble and poor overall gaming experience.

Then I can move my 48" Samsung to TV duty.
Edited by mattlach - 8/23/16 at 9:14am
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Complaining about monitor price in a thread of owners of the $1200 GPU...
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Quick question after trying to look through this thread for an answer....


Will EK's Titan XM waterblocks fit on the XP by any chance? biggrin.gif

I told myself I wouldn't pull the trigger on the XP but with a bonus on the way + finding a buyer for my XMs, it was a no-brainer....ordered 2x XPs an hour ago... tongue.gif

No they do not fit. Grats on new cards smile.gif
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Nonsense. My SLI has 50% scaling in ALL my games except No Mans Sky.

Lol.

Re-read my post. I didn't even mention scaling tongue.gif

Scaling based on average framerates might be there, but the problem is usually minimum framerates.

SLI (and crossfire as well) tend to work well until that one problem scene when they don't. In Red Orchestra 2 it used to be when the battlefield was smoked up, and artillery was falling ontop of you and you were trying to rush for cover. Then all of a sudden the framerates would drop really low.

The average still looked fine, and appeared to have great scaling, but the minimums were unsatisfactory, and usually occurred at the most important high intensity times when you needed high framerates the most.

I don't even look at average framerates in reviews anymore, and I haven't for over 10 years. In every review I read, I skip directly to minimum framerates. if the review doesn't have minimum framerates, then I read a different review. I find average framerates to be of little to no value in making a decision on playability and overall gaming experience. The experience is determined almost entirely by minimum framerates.

This is true for all GPU combinations, but especially so in SLI builds, there the minimums seem to be much lower compared to the averages, than they do on single GPU's
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No they do not fit. Grats on new cards smile.gif

Figured...thanks for the response! thumb.gif

For realsies though, this is my last high-end GPU go-around...I thought I could hold off from the upgrade itch but then I look back and it's been 18-19 months already and the value of the TXMs I have are going to continue to sink the longer I wait to switch...figured that now is as good a time as any given how beastly these TXPs are....
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2x Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD (OS) 4x Crucial M4 256GB SSD 14x Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition 4x EK-RAM Monarch Module (Black) 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK-XTOP w/ Dual D5 Pumps, EK-X3 250 Res, EK-D5 ... 2x Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 480mm Rads (1x top mo... 2x Alphacool NexXxos UT60 240mm Rads (1x front ... PrimoChill Rigid Acrylic tubing (White), Advanc... 
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2x EK-FC Titan X Pascal Nickel GPU Blocks w/ EK... 2x EK-RAM Monarch X4 Nickel/Acetal CSQ RAM Bloc... Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit 1x Acer Predator X34 @ 3440x1440p 34" IPS + 100... 
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