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Thanks for all the help guys. Pulled the trigger on amd smile.gif
Crossing fingers all is good biggrin.gif

Woohoo! Congrats and enjoy! wheee.gifbiggrin.gif
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power is here now! Join me!
although I will definitely be selling my sli 670 4gb for 7 series when they come out because at times fps does drop but usually NEVER drop below 37-38 unless something ridiculous is going on.

Sadly, I'm partially invested with my 2GB 670. frown.gif Then there is the matter of acquiring the other two monitors... gah... Surround is a giant money pit. Gotta start saving the pennies... devil.gif
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But but, what about the 4k monitors that's at a whooping 3840x2160 resolution. <3

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If only I had that kind of cash lying around... a 1440p Surround setup would be no problem, lol. biggrin.gif
     
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post #1672 of 8948
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Thanks for all the help guys. Pulled the trigger on amd smile.gif
Crossing fingers all is good biggrin.gif
Awesome sauce, congrats.

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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

power is here now! Join me!
although I will definitely be selling my sli 670 4gb for 7 series when they come out because at times fps does drop but usually NEVER drop below 37-38 unless something ridiculous is going on.
Then you can't be in our cool club anymore. Traitor to the red! tongue.gif
Bwahahaha exactly!

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-snip-... gah... Surround is a giant money pit. Gotta start saving the pennies... devil.gif
-snip-
Same boat thumb.gif
post #1673 of 8948
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Originally Posted by Sugi View Post

But but, what about the 4k monitors that's at a whooping 3840x2160 resolution. <3

**sits back and enjoys 7680x1440p and 4320x2560 while you wait on that 4k!**

in all serious, looks how expensive 1440p is unless you go korean. (my 3 crossovers is the price of one apple and it's same damn thing) If we are talking 4k2k monitors it's gonna be A LONG TIME before we can have affordable monitors and decent graphics to power it.

4k wouldn't be something to wait on imo but that's me
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I would rather see some larger 2560x monitors first. You know the 8k or 4k displays/projectors are going to be ridiculously expensive, and look at the kind of GPU's you'd need to push that many pixels. I'm thinking in the high 30" to 40" range for 2560x monitors, and with 120hz+ refresh rates, which would also require new graphics cards for those refresh rates. The pixel density on the 27-30" range is good for that res, but if I'm going to spend the money on a higher res, it would be nice to have a larger monitor.

How is the input lag on these 2560x monitors? Dell or the ones from Korea.
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dell reported to have more input lag because it has a scaler.

the koreans without scalers (just a dl-dvi input) have not noticeable lag. somewhere within the 6-8ms range if i'm not mistaken where as the dell is 12-24ms. not exactly sure on that either but I know it's higher
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I would like 1440p or higher, but the money to replace my current monitors and find a stand is quite expensive and not worth it for me. Buying a stand for my 3x2 was pretty expensive and I found a well priced one which didn't take away from the quality. I'll be with this setup for a while, but I am kind of thinking of 120ghz though at the moment.

I am still having issues with my explorer and task bar. The external sound card within the usb headphones may be causing windows volume mixer to crash, it's been easily one of my worse buys ever.
 
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I would like 1440p or higher, but the money to replace my current monitors and find a stand is quite expensive and not worth it for me. Buying a stand for my 3x2 was pretty expensive and I found a well priced one which didn't take away from the quality. I'll be with this setup for a while, but I am kind of thinking of 120ghz though at the moment.
I am still having issues with my explorer and task bar. The external sound card within the usb headphones may be causing windows volume mixer to crash, it's been easily one of my worse buys ever.

I'll always stick with a discreet sound card and regular headphones over a usb headset any day.. I've seen nothing but issues with the usb sound cards/drivers etc.
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I'll always stick with a discreet sound card and regular headphones over a usb headset any day.. I've seen nothing but issues with the usb sound cards/drivers etc.
I wanted the USB headphones [Megalodon] for it's surround sound and it's ease of use over different OS and platforms. Which held true for all, XP, Vista, 32bit 7, and even Linux 32/64bit. But yet, Windows 7 64bit all hell breaks loose. Power issues, mic issues, and individual sound channel controls. :S I want a wireless set next, but I don't want to deal with any more if these problems.
 
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guys, checkout the asus 22" ips monitors. They sell for $150 each. I love them, couldn't be any more happy with them. Should be about the same as one of the korean 1440 screens in terms of cost.
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Ok so here's a dumb question, but I need to know it before I buy the cables....

What is the best way to hook these 3 monitors up for 5760x1080?? I have 2 670s. I know 2 monitors into one GPU and 1 into the other and I see what nvidia recommends on their site, but is that the optimal setup?

2 Dual Link DVI's into one GPU and 1 Dual Link into the other? What is the difference between Dual Link DVI-I and Dual Link DVI-D?? Could I use at least 1 HDMI and get the same results? Sorry for the noob questions but I suppose everyone has to learn it at some point tongue.gif
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