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Easily! I have the same setup and maxed out I hit over 120fps easy. Don't worry!

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Yes. Go to 1:45 for 1080p only bench.


Thank you for the information.
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Dude. ULMB changed my life. I didn't even notice the screen blur before I used it. Once I did I couldn't unnotice it. You can read scrolling text whether it's moving up and dow or side to side. Side to side movement doesn't blur at all. It's amazing. The only downside is it dims the screen a bit. It doesn't bother me enough though. G-Sync is great but I'd take ULMB any day of the week over it. You just gotta make sure you can hold the required FPS consistently. 85, 100 and 120 are the only refresh rates it works at.

Also, I lied, I can notice a difference between 85 and 120 though it's not too bad. biggrin.gif


Wow you just made my day.

I had a asus VG248QE that did the same thing with a program simulating 3d in 2d and it was amazing.

Then it die and I bought a predator XB27HU that was suppose to have a similar option but never really search on the subject and thought it was always doing it by default.
I saw it was more blurry but though it was because its an slower IPS and not a TN


I disable gsync, put 120Hz, found the option ULMB (didn't know it exist) in the menu, enable it, boost brightness to compensate and WOW !!!


I do have ghosting because its an IPS but the image is so clear. Now I can read the name of the street, before at 144hz its was a blurry mess.

https://www.testufo.com/#test=photo&photo=toronto-map.png&pps=1920&pursuit=0&height=0

I hope the ghosting will not be too bad in gaming.
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I can see the ULMB flicker, gives me eye strain / headache. It definitely does significantly reduce motion blur but mostly for things that are scrolling or slow moving across the screen. In video games, I hardly notice a benefit because my view isn't panning, it's twitching from one point of the view to next. Might look good if you use a controller with joystick though. But in FPS, I don't see any benefit.

Even though 1080ti is good for running ULMB, it's still not a good feature to me.
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zotac 1080 ti fe, done some taming on this beast.

4790k @ 4ghz no boost, 1.024v
16gb ddr3 1600mhz cl9
asus h97 gaming pro

currently im playing on dsr 4k on my peasant vc239h monitor thats why my cpu is downclock, after years of ocd 4.5ghz while playing on 1080p, 4k doesnt need too much cpu power, now its cooler and cpu tdp is cut into half, since 1080 ti can handle 4k gaming at 60fps, my 980ti cant do that. sorry 4 my english.

some comparison of powerlimit vs powerdraw vs performance, my cpu here @ 4.5ghz

1080ti fe oc +160 +500
4790k 4.5ghz
1600mhz ddr3 cl9

average powerdraw to powerlimit and equivalent
powerdraw is not static(rough estimate sorry via HWINFO64)
stock voltage
note this is firestrike graphics performance score only

50 pl 125watts firestrike graphics 19475(oc) gigabyte g1 980ti equivalent
60 pl 150watts firestrike graphics 25900(oc) asus strix/zotac 1080 oc equivalent

70 pl 175watts firestrike graphics 27800(oc) titan pascal equivalent (max temp 69c @ 65% fan, 100% gpu load on gaming) currently using in dsr 4k gaming, efficient power draw and less heat, since im locked at 60fps vsyn on

80 pl 200watts firestrike graphics 28760(oc) gtx 1080ti equivalent
90 pl 220watts firestrike graphics 29794(oc)
100pl 250watts firestrike graphics 28756(stock) 30302(oc)
110pl 275watts firestrike graphics 30789(oc)
120pl 295watts firestrike graphics 31253(oc)
Edited by Amuro - 4/2/17 at 9:48pm
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Your card sits vertically?

Nope, it sits Horisontally, motherboard is vertically, Like most PC's smile.gif

I read that I should not do it, if the GPU sits vertically, but mine doesn't so I'm good!

It was nerve wrecking starting it up for the first time though, had to film it incase it went boom, so I could share tongue.gif

What exactly does the pci-e shunt mod do?

I'm just curious, can't do the shut mods as my card sits vertically in my case. frown.gif
    
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that moment when you hear your door buzzer.


I have that monitor on both my main systems and there is no turning back after using it! I did have to exchange it a couple times to get ones without any BLB (Thanks for being amazing Amazon). You can read all about my, and others similar adventures on the Owners Thread for it.
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Just in case anyone is wondering what sli can do on ghost recon ultra settings 10320x1440 just a measly 57fps wheee.gif and dropped cards to stock before doing this.
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Interested in seeing Minumum FPS for 1080TI in Black Ops 3 at 1080p minimum graphics settings.

Looking to see if that would reliably feed 180+fps in to the upcoming Asus 240hz 1080p monitor
    
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totally depends on what cpu you'd be trying it with.
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Got Quantum Break for $17, it's a pretty nice looking game! It runs like crap in Ultra, but honestly, turning half the settings down to High will let you run it from 60 to 85 FPS. And it still looks better than a lot of other games.

I think Remedy should have just not released the game with Ultra settings, or they should have called them "Uber" settings and the High settings "Ultra."

Anyways, here's some screenshots with 1080 Ti and 4790K.

Below, comparison between 1440P, 1080P and Upscaling


1440P Max Everything


1080P


1440P with Upscaling



Below, you can see the game still looks gorgeous at some settings turned down a little bit.


Reflections set to Medium, Volumetric Lighting set to High, Shadows set to High, Upscale off, 1440P


Everything set to max, Upscale off, 1440P



Below, Reflections set to Medium, Volumetric Lighting set to High, Shadows set to High, Upscale off, 1440P


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