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Gpu Help

Post by Htenneb » April 29th, 2015, 3:08 pm

Which Gpu would you recommend for a 4k surround gaming setup at 60-40 fps?
I am building an ENTHUSIAST grade pc.
Please don't tell me that it's not necessary atm, I want this...
Also I tried the Titan X but then it has a less base close and a less Boost clock because of the Maxwell architecture, was considering the Amd r9295x2, but it can only sli 2x because it has 2 gpus in one.
Also tell me which one is good for 3 way sli.
It's also primarily used for games such as Gta 5, COD:??? and other AAA games.
Nothing intense like Crysis or whatever...
Help me wit dis plz.

BUDGET for GPU: around $3,500
PC Budget: $5,500

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Post by Entity » April 30th, 2015, 8:31 am

Granted I am less experienced in the $3000+ field of GPUs, but even the best of the best today struggle with 60fps 4k high settings on one screen...

4k gaming really isn't going to affect your gaming experience much at all (except for the fact that it will lower your framerate). Yeah, your eyes will be able to tell the difference, but you'll be spending literally twice as much, and your eyes will also be able to notice the frame drop.

If you just want bragging rights, you should just buy a $5,500 bar of solid gold :) 1080p gaming is the hotspot. If you're that desperate, save that money and try again in five years.
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Post by Baufritz » April 30th, 2015, 9:51 am

Entity wrote:Granted I am less experienced in the $3000+ field of GPUs, but even the best of the best today struggle with 60fps 4k high settings on one screen...

4k gaming really isn't going to affect your gaming experience much at all (except for the fact that it will lower your framerate). Yeah, your eyes will be able to tell the difference, but you'll be spending literally twice as much, and your eyes will also be able to notice the frame drop.

If you just want bragging rights, you should just buy a $5,500 bar of solid gold :) 1080p gaming is the hotspot. If you're that desperate, save that money and try again in five years.


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Post by Epowerj » May 1st, 2015, 4:58 pm

Why do you want this?

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