Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by xplod140, Dec 10, 2013.
290x is faster then all of them..
lol and cheaper but its not Nvidia so just give him the Nvidia card. Get a gtx 780 ti and watch your 3GB choke or get a Titian and watch the gtx 780 ti overtake your frames.
it's only 30% more than my current 1920x1200 setup on a 6970. Could certainly make it work for the games I play, but one 28" is poor immersion compared to the area of a handful of 24's.
on the other hand, I could start natively editing the gopro dumps on one screen
do you think eyefinity will support three of these screens?
oh wait they got rid of displayports on their reference cards didn't they zzz
It depends how you game, if you are after everything on maximum, yeah you will need a shitload of GPU power, but if you game like me, im running 2x 2560x monitors off of a 7850 2gb with no issues.
just get a single card solution
Just make sure it has 3-4gb vram
The 24" and 32" monitors have been released here. I found an Australian page that references the 28".
Two things of note:
Coming "Early 2014" (It tells you when you sign up for the notification)
Still says "Priced under $1000" on the AU page.
yet these at 24"
Are $1500 and available now. I wonder why the 28 will be cheaper has to be a different panel or they are just gouging early adopters still on the 24.
From the article:
I'm in love.
This is what I was wondering.
I do miss the stand from Y stands from the older Dell monitors. The newer monitors don't have a very attractive stands.
Somehow I can’t see this ever being this cheap in oz.
The two models they have released here the 24 and 32 inch models are $1.5K and $4.2K respectively.
I think you’re dreaming to think they will slot a 28 inch version in between these at anywhere close to $2k. It will be closer to $3K personaly.
Depends if it's an ultrasharp model or not
Yeah good point, in which case it may not be and may not be IPS.
sub $1K UHD TN screen sounds more realistic.