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You know what's sad? The main reason I bought this card is World of Warcraft. Those new legion graphics are super demanding at 4K. I went from ~45FPS to ~100FPS in the Hyjal coming from the previous Titan X. It's sad you need such a powerful computer to chug through that 15 year old engine, but at least the games looks good with the new graphics.

Have you seen the CPU workload distribution in that game? If you go to somewhere like Firelands, you'll see 1 core is maxed out at 100% while the others are at 5-15%. What really pisses me off though, is that the Mac version now has support for the Metal API. So basically...Mac users get "DX12" performance. And we don't. Since when did gaming on a Mac have an advantage over PC. Lol.
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I would choose 4K over 3440x1440, and I've owned both. 3440x1440 doesn't work in some games, and can be a headache. 4K simply works. It also looks significantly better.

I've never felt higher than 60FPS is worth it, in most cases I prefer to just increase AA or use SSAA. My opinion is definitely the minority though, I've gamed on my friend's 1080p 144Hz and the entire time I was like "meh" compared to 4K at home.

1440p 144hz it's where it's at it's not as pixelated as 1080p and scales a lot better for productivity then 4k
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I should mention...what really upsets me the most right now, is that even with a 2K+ clocked Nvidia Titan X...I still can't play Quantum Break because of how incredibly crappy it is in terms of performance. And it upsets me because it's actually a good game.
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That's true 21:9 isn't compatible with all games but most of them work. I just like the curved screen. I can't go back to 16:9.

I thought the same until I saw 4K OLED. I immediately stopped caring about 21:9, and didn't miss the increased FOV at all.

Now if it wasn't for OLED, 3440x1440 vs 4K would be a pretty hard choice. I think it would depend on the game which I prefer. Overall, I'd say I prefer 4K simply because too many titles don't have proper AA support and 3440x1440 still needs a good chunk of AA.
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Yeah even in The Witcher 3 i was getting 89C after only 2-3 minutes even with 80% fan speed; have to crank to 90% or higher to keep it at 86C. I'm guessing this is because Witcher 3 with Ultra settings + Hairworks etc.. was using 85-99% usage. I have NO idea how people like JayztwoCents are running at 83-84C max, unless it really IS just a bad factory TIM application on certain cards.

I just played Witcher for a couple hours with maxed out settings, my GPU stuck around 79C with fan at 100%. I think you need to reapply the TIM and/or possibly improve case airflow?
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Have you seen the CPU workload distribution in that game? If you go to somewhere like Firelands, you'll see 1 core is maxed out at 100% while the others are at 5-15%. What really pisses me off though, is that the Mac version now has support for the Metal API. So basically...Mac users get "DX12" performance. And we don't. Since when did gaming on a Mac have an advantage over PC. Lol.

I'm sure they will add DX12 at some point. much like they did with DX11.
Edited by Murlocke - 8/3/16 at 9:30pm
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I thought the same until I saw 4K OLED. I immediately stopped caring about 21:9, and didn't miss the increased FOV at all.

Now if it wasn't for OLED, 3440x1440 vs 4K would be a pretty hard choice. I think it would depend on the game which I prefer. Overall, I'd say I prefer 4K simply because too many titles don't have proper AA support and 3440x1440 still needs a good chunk of AA.

Is there a lower size model of OLED thats not absolutely overwhelming?
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Wow, you guys are scoring the same as my 980 Tis in SLi. Amazing!
I get 10390 in Timespy.
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Is there a lower size model of OLED thats not absolutely overwhelming?

55" is as small as they come for current OLED TVs.
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Wow, you guys are scoring the same as my 980 Tis in SLi. Amazing!
I get 10390 in Timespy.

He's rocking a Xeon processor and Timespy loves it. The typical Titan XP gets about ~9000 in TimeSpy at +200 core.
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-snip-

Yeah even in The Witcher 3 i was getting 89C after only 2-3 minutes even with 80% fan speed; have to crank to 90% or higher to keep it at 86C. I'm guessing this is because Witcher 3 with Ultra settings + Hairworks etc.. was using 85-99% usage. I have NO idea how people like JayztwoCents are running at 83-84C max, unless it really IS just a bad factory TIM application on certain cards.

Might be ambient temperatures being different? Try putting the AC to full blast if you have one. biggrin.gif
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55" is as small as they come for current OLED TVs.
He's rocking a Xeon processor and Timespy loves it. The typical Titan XP gets about ~9000 in TimeSpy at +200 core.

Lies, Murlocke. Didn't you see mine?

I'm still waiting for someone like CallsignVega to show up with an 11k or 12k score. tongue.gif

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He's rocking a Xeon processor and Timespy loves it. The typical Titan XP gets about ~9000 in TimeSpy at +200 core.

That xeon is a 5960x on ivy e.
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