Published on 19th February 2013 by
Originally Posted by SpreadieOK seriously, wtf is going on at Bit? Four hours and counting?
Originally Posted by true_gamerSounds like a EPIC day there Baz! Enjoy your beer! :D
Would loved to have seen the triple 2560x1440 test, as I'm sure with the 6GB VRAM, the Titan in 3way SLI would knock the Ares II off the top spot. :)
@ Yehbaby - Not touching it, unless I too can get one for a bargain, but by that time Maxwell would have arrived, and the Titan II would have been released...:D
Originally Posted by PookeyheadI think I'll skip this.... I'm waiting for Maxwell. There's nothing my dual 670s can't handle. I'd love to have a couple of these to show off in benchmarks, but even I wouldn't justify that as a reason to spend £1600.
Gonna be a long wait until Maxwell hits the ground. If these drop in price significantly... then maybe I will.
Originally Posted by HarlequinBAZ! got any 7870LE cards knocking about? would LOVE to compare them in CF to this beast :D
Originally Posted by BazI think I still have enough 2560 x 1440 panels for this.... if I have time I'll give it a go tomorrow.
Originally Posted by BazGot to get hold a waterblock for one of these badboys now; hopefully EK will be able to oblige before long.
Originally Posted by forum_userI tried overclocking my old Dell 30" to 61Hz and I lost my picture. I'm jealous!
Originally Posted by true_gamerSorry mate, guess it's luck of the draw...:D
Originally Posted by SpreadieMeh, no joy on my Dell 3007 either. Still, I hadn't considered custom resolutions before - could be handy to drop down to 2560x1440 if my GPU starts to struggle in some games in the future.
Originally Posted by YEHBABYI thought that if you did that the aspect ratio would be wrong e.g. stretched faces etc.
Don't you have to drop resolution so that it has the same aspect ratio?
Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
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