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Talking about prices....I just clicked into Dell and found that they have already raised the price of U2311 from $269 to $319. Just a few hours and such a big jump! But Dell monitors always have this kind of fluctuation. So, you just have the patience to keep checking them daily.

BTW, you need to click the Rep+ icon of my posts #8 and #14 and OK them. And do the same to the other members whom you want to rep. Or else, the system does not register your reps.
:O oh no reps didnt work?? hmm i think its prob cuz i was typing from my phone =[ so i think they didnt pick up

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Ya, Dell monitors are normally always on sale. I'd check back every Monday . They normally drop the prices $50-$60 on select monitors.

I was really looking into picking up two more 470's (so cheap atm ), and going surround vision again. You should be able to max out most games, aside from a couple where you need to turn the detail down a small bit.
hmm good to hear they are typically on sale, means i can spread out purchases
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OP, at that resolution maybe consider stepping up two of the 470s to 580s and selling off the last 470 and the 465. Tri 470s is slightly better than SLI 580s, but the increased memory on the 580s will likely come into play for surround.

It actually looks to be the cheapest route for you. Since it would be just a little more than stepping up three cards, but you'd have two cards left over to sell. And with 580s, there wouldn't be any need of a PhysX card. It'd also significantly lower your power draw, saving you a couple bucks a month on electricity

Finally, you'd be able to upgrade past it (3x SLI), rather than having to replace all 4 cards to see an improvement.

How long do you have left on Step-Up? I'd consider waiting until the last minute in case EVGA does a 3GB 580. Sadly, it doesn't look like the HydroCopper 580s are available through step-up to help with your water cooling though.
hmm i was consitering steping up to 580's but the step up would be ~380 per a card =[ so seems a bit un reasonable for my budgets *Sigh*
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at 5040x1050 my 480s scream in agony .......almost every game is above 1500MB used......use to get 60FPS Vsynced in Crysis/Warhead @ 1680x1050 Very High 16XQ, now i can barely muster 2X
    
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OP, at that resolution maybe consider stepping up two of the 470s to 580s and selling off the last 470 and the 465. Tri 470s is slightly better than SLI 580s, but the increased memory on the 580s will likely come into play for surround.

It actually looks to be the cheapest route for you. Since it would be just a little more than stepping up three cards, but you'd have two cards left over to sell. And with 580s, there wouldn't be any need of a PhysX card. It'd also significantly lower your power draw, saving you a couple bucks a month on electricity

Finally, you'd be able to upgrade past it (3x SLI), rather than having to replace all 4 cards to see an improvement.

How long do you have left on Step-Up? I'd consider waiting until the last minute in case EVGA does a 3GB 580. Sadly, it doesn't look like the HydroCopper 580s are available through step-up to help with your water cooling though.
Not worth getting 580s for just an additional 256MB of VRAM, and that's all he would really gain from it, because he won't be hurting for processing power with Tri SLI 470s. Hold out for 3GB 580s or keep what you have until Kepler. Also I think that those 21.5 inch Dells look nice and would probably be a good choice if you can afford all three (even not all at once). IPS is certainly better for surround set ups, and while its not necessary at those prices where it look like all you give up is 1.5 inch to get IPS instead of TN I would go IPS.
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Pretty sure surround is limited to 3 monitors.
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hmm i was consitering steping up to 580's but the step up would be ~380 per a card =[ so seems a bit un reasonable for my budgets *Sigh*
Remember, you'd have 1 470 and a 465 able to be sold, you could probably get $100-130 each. And if you're still planning on watercooling, buying the blocks for 2 cards will be significantly cheaper than buying them for 4 cards.

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Not worth getting 580s for just an additional 256MB of VRAM, and that's all he would really gain from it, because he won't be hurting for processing power with Tri SLI 470s. Hold out for 3GB 580s or keep what you have until Kepler. Also I think that those 21.5 inch Dells look nice and would probably be a good choice if you can afford all three (even not all at once). IPS is certainly better for surround set ups, and while its not necessary at those prices where it look like all you give up is 1.5 inch to get IPS instead of TN I would go IPS.
Waiting for Kepler would put him long past his step up ability, and I read the step up program details, non-reference cards are not available, so 3GB would never be available through it. That's all he would gain from it? He'd actually save money, he'd still have a strong upgrade path available, significantly lower the heat generation of his system, and greatly reduce the draw on his power supply in addition to gaining 20% more VRAM and a decent boost in power.
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Take the draw distance in BC2 and put it over 9000. Fixes the issues I've had with trees, buildings, textures, and worse enemy players not being rendered until they are well in shooting range.
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hmm good to hear they are typically on sale, means i can spread out purchases
hmm i was consitering steping up to 580's but the step up would be ~380 per a card =[ so seems a bit un reasonable for my budgets *Sigh*
$380? New 580s are ~500... they're only crediting you $120 per 470? yeah that's definitely a rip off. You could get much more just from selling them in the market place.
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Not worth getting 580s for just an additional 256MB of VRAM, and that's all he would really gain from it, because he won't be hurting for processing power with Tri SLI 470s. Hold out for 3GB 580s or keep what you have until Kepler. Also I think that those 21.5 inch Dells look nice and would probably be a good choice if you can afford all three (even not all at once). IPS is certainly better for surround set ups, and while its not necessary at those prices where it look like all you give up is 1.5 inch to get IPS instead of TN I would go IPS.
hmm im thinking of getting the isp, sounds like overall its the best choise, ive had my current monitor for 4 years now, so its prob worth the investment for isp

Although, maybe kelper will have cards with more then 1.5 gb ram .. so i could wait for that

after some though prob gonna get monitors and just stick with the 470's since i believe i only afford the monitors or the cards, no point on stepping up to the 570's/580's if i would have one monitor since i would only be stepping up for the surround vram.

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$380? New 580s are ~500... they're only crediting you $120 per 470? yeah that's definitely a rip off. You could get much more just from selling them in the market place.
ah i was thinking of stepping up a 465 (got it for $130 amir) and a 460 (got for 180 amir), but since evga in in cali gotta take into account tax =[

But yeahh.. i dont like selling my cards online since in the past ive had many issues (not that i dont trust ocn, dont worry still love you guys ), i end up saving video cards :]

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at 5040x1050 my 480s scream in agony .......almost every game is above 1500MB used......use to get 60FPS Vsynced in Crysis/Warhead @ 1680x1050 Very High 16XQ, now i can barely muster 2X
:O if im not mistaken 3X 470 has a little more power then sli 480's .. hmm but i would have less vram .. is the 2x worth the 2d surround or would you rather play on a single monitor with 16x? jw
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hmm im thinking of getting the isp, sounds like overall its the best choise, ive had my current monitor for 4 years now, so its prob worth the investment for isp

after some though prob gonna get monitors and just stick with the 470's since i believe i only afford the monitors or the cards, no point on stepping up to the 570's/580's if i would have one monitor since i would only be stepping up for the surround vram. ...snip...
I think that seems like the best route available to you right now, now you just have to watch for a good deal on those Dell monitors and then hope that Kepler has more appropriate VRAM and will be a worthy upgrade.

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ah i was thinking of stepping up a 465 (got it for $130 amir) and a 460 (got for 180 amir), but since evga in in cali gotta take into account tax =[

But yeahh.. i dont like selling my cards online since in the past ive had many issues (not that i dont trust ocn, dont worry still love you guys ), i end up saving video cards :]
Oooh, gotcha. That's still kind of a low ball figure, even for those cards.

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:O if im not mistaken 3X 470 has a little more power then sli 480's .. hmm but i would have less vram .. is the 2x worth the 2d surround or would you rather play on a single monitor with 16x? jw
You know, since VRAM is going to be such a limiting factor, you could just go for a 27" 3D monitor:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824009300

It's 1080p, so the pixel pitch is kind of inflated, but depending on how close you sit it may not bother you. And you could definitely take full advantage of your cards' horsepower without hitting VRAM bottlenecks.
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