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#637 - yeah i have a 970 and 4790k, so 1440 may push it, but 4k is ou…  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on 59fps 0
User avatar #638 - sniffythebird (9 hours ago) [-]
I have a 5820K and two 980s and run at 1440p, most games run maxed at 60-140 FPS (really depends), but some very demanding ones can dip below 60. As long as my FPS doesn't dip below 80 much I'm happy.

You could invest in another 970 and a ROG SWIFT, it'll cost but be worth it in the long run. My VRAM usage has rarely gone above 3GB so a 970 should be fine for most games, and if not just lower textures a notch. I'd even prefer 1440p (med/high) settings over 1080p (high/max) to be honest. But that comes down to preference. You could just aswell go for a 1080p/144 monitor. The AOC G2460PG is one of those and it has G-Sync too, so it's pretty much a mini-SWIFT. Also, the 4790K is a beast, it even outperforms the 5820K/5930K/5960X in some games because of it's better single thread performance.

If that static effect you're mentioning is like a flickering/crawling effect, it's probably just the reflection being rendered at a lower resolution than your monitor, so it produces some aliasing. Happens with just about anything, shadows, ambient occlusion, and volumetric lighting too for instance. Or it could be monitor related for all I know..

#635 - yeah, but i care more about resolution than refresh rate, as l…  [+] (3 new replies) 22 hours ago on 59fps 0
#636 - sniffythebird (17 hours ago) [-]
Trust me, the difference between 60 and 144 is HUGE, and even 90 feels a LOT more fluent and responsive for mouse movement. Paired with G-Sync it brings smoothness to a whole new level, and 60 legitimately looks choppy in comparison.

I don't know about which 1440/60 monitors are good, but most of them aren't for gaming and can be really sluggish with input lag and ghosting. As for resolution, I've tried 4K and even though the sharpness and detail is nice, It's demanding as fook and even a 980 will struggle with games. 1440 is already a big step over 1080, and I'd take 1440/144 over 4K/60 any day.
#637 - jakeattack (14 hours ago) [-]
yeah i have a 970 and 4790k, so 1440 may push it, but 4k is out of the question and also too expensive of a monitor anyway. speaking of monitors i have noticed a weird effect in some games when looking at far away objects or in one game, sun reflecting off water. It gets weirdly staticish looking in that area. the gpu i have is way more than enough for world of warships, so im wondering if it may be my monitor being weird. im not noticing any drop in fps, i never get below 59 -58 even in spikes.
User avatar #638 - sniffythebird (9 hours ago) [-]
I have a 5820K and two 980s and run at 1440p, most games run maxed at 60-140 FPS (really depends), but some very demanding ones can dip below 60. As long as my FPS doesn't dip below 80 much I'm happy.

You could invest in another 970 and a ROG SWIFT, it'll cost but be worth it in the long run. My VRAM usage has rarely gone above 3GB so a 970 should be fine for most games, and if not just lower textures a notch. I'd even prefer 1440p (med/high) settings over 1080p (high/max) to be honest. But that comes down to preference. You could just aswell go for a 1080p/144 monitor. The AOC G2460PG is one of those and it has G-Sync too, so it's pretty much a mini-SWIFT. Also, the 4790K is a beast, it even outperforms the 5820K/5930K/5960X in some games because of it's better single thread performance.

If that static effect you're mentioning is like a flickering/crawling effect, it's probably just the reflection being rendered at a lower resolution than your monitor, so it produces some aliasing. Happens with just about anything, shadows, ambient occlusion, and volumetric lighting too for instance. Or it could be monitor related for all I know..

#630 - what about a 1440 monitor instead?  [+] (5 new replies) 04/17/2015 on 59fps 0
#631 - sniffythebird (04/17/2015) [-]
There's a few 1440p 144hz monitors out there like the Asus ROG SWIFT PG278Q og the Acer XB270HU. I have a swift, and it's bloody awesome for gaming. They're pricey but hands down easily worth it.
#635 - jakeattack (22 hours ago) [-]
yeah, but i care more about resolution than refresh rate, as long as it is 60 for the most part. i would probably not be able to get much more than 60 hz on 1440p. while i can tell the difference between 60 and 30 Im not so sure about 144. not worth the money to me. what are some good standard 1440s?
#636 - sniffythebird (17 hours ago) [-]
Trust me, the difference between 60 and 144 is HUGE, and even 90 feels a LOT more fluent and responsive for mouse movement. Paired with G-Sync it brings smoothness to a whole new level, and 60 legitimately looks choppy in comparison.

I don't know about which 1440/60 monitors are good, but most of them aren't for gaming and can be really sluggish with input lag and ghosting. As for resolution, I've tried 4K and even though the sharpness and detail is nice, It's demanding as fook and even a 980 will struggle with games. 1440 is already a big step over 1080, and I'd take 1440/144 over 4K/60 any day.
#637 - jakeattack (14 hours ago) [-]
yeah i have a 970 and 4790k, so 1440 may push it, but 4k is out of the question and also too expensive of a monitor anyway. speaking of monitors i have noticed a weird effect in some games when looking at far away objects or in one game, sun reflecting off water. It gets weirdly staticish looking in that area. the gpu i have is way more than enough for world of warships, so im wondering if it may be my monitor being weird. im not noticing any drop in fps, i never get below 59 -58 even in spikes.
User avatar #638 - sniffythebird (9 hours ago) [-]
I have a 5820K and two 980s and run at 1440p, most games run maxed at 60-140 FPS (really depends), but some very demanding ones can dip below 60. As long as my FPS doesn't dip below 80 much I'm happy.

You could invest in another 970 and a ROG SWIFT, it'll cost but be worth it in the long run. My VRAM usage has rarely gone above 3GB so a 970 should be fine for most games, and if not just lower textures a notch. I'd even prefer 1440p (med/high) settings over 1080p (high/max) to be honest. But that comes down to preference. You could just aswell go for a 1080p/144 monitor. The AOC G2460PG is one of those and it has G-Sync too, so it's pretty much a mini-SWIFT. Also, the 4790K is a beast, it even outperforms the 5820K/5930K/5960X in some games because of it's better single thread performance.

If that static effect you're mentioning is like a flickering/crawling effect, it's probably just the reflection being rendered at a lower resolution than your monitor, so it produces some aliasing. Happens with just about anything, shadows, ambient occlusion, and volumetric lighting too for instance. Or it could be monitor related for all I know..

#535 - that feel when you know your gpu could get way more than 60fps…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/13/2015 on 59fps +1
User avatar #608 - sniffythebird (04/13/2015) [-]
Get a 120/144hz monitor. It's worth it.
#630 - jakeattack (04/17/2015) [-]
what about a 1440 monitor instead?
#631 - sniffythebird (04/17/2015) [-]
There's a few 1440p 144hz monitors out there like the Asus ROG SWIFT PG278Q og the Acer XB270HU. I have a swift, and it's bloody awesome for gaming. They're pricey but hands down easily worth it.
#635 - jakeattack (22 hours ago) [-]
yeah, but i care more about resolution than refresh rate, as long as it is 60 for the most part. i would probably not be able to get much more than 60 hz on 1440p. while i can tell the difference between 60 and 30 Im not so sure about 144. not worth the money to me. what are some good standard 1440s?
#636 - sniffythebird (17 hours ago) [-]
Trust me, the difference between 60 and 144 is HUGE, and even 90 feels a LOT more fluent and responsive for mouse movement. Paired with G-Sync it brings smoothness to a whole new level, and 60 legitimately looks choppy in comparison.

I don't know about which 1440/60 monitors are good, but most of them aren't for gaming and can be really sluggish with input lag and ghosting. As for resolution, I've tried 4K and even though the sharpness and detail is nice, It's demanding as fook and even a 980 will struggle with games. 1440 is already a big step over 1080, and I'd take 1440/144 over 4K/60 any day.
#637 - jakeattack (14 hours ago) [-]
yeah i have a 970 and 4790k, so 1440 may push it, but 4k is out of the question and also too expensive of a monitor anyway. speaking of monitors i have noticed a weird effect in some games when looking at far away objects or in one game, sun reflecting off water. It gets weirdly staticish looking in that area. the gpu i have is way more than enough for world of warships, so im wondering if it may be my monitor being weird. im not noticing any drop in fps, i never get below 59 -58 even in spikes.
User avatar #638 - sniffythebird (9 hours ago) [-]
I have a 5820K and two 980s and run at 1440p, most games run maxed at 60-140 FPS (really depends), but some very demanding ones can dip below 60. As long as my FPS doesn't dip below 80 much I'm happy.

You could invest in another 970 and a ROG SWIFT, it'll cost but be worth it in the long run. My VRAM usage has rarely gone above 3GB so a 970 should be fine for most games, and if not just lower textures a notch. I'd even prefer 1440p (med/high) settings over 1080p (high/max) to be honest. But that comes down to preference. You could just aswell go for a 1080p/144 monitor. The AOC G2460PG is one of those and it has G-Sync too, so it's pretty much a mini-SWIFT. Also, the 4790K is a beast, it even outperforms the 5820K/5930K/5960X in some games because of it's better single thread performance.

If that static effect you're mentioning is like a flickering/crawling effect, it's probably just the reflection being rendered at a lower resolution than your monitor, so it produces some aliasing. Happens with just about anything, shadows, ambient occlusion, and volumetric lighting too for instance. Or it could be monitor related for all I know..

#26 - 2 games. last of us  [+] (1 new reply) 04/11/2015 on Girlfriend~ +2
User avatar #61 - dalgaard (04/11/2015) [-]
I have played Last of Us on PS3
#34 - interesting fact, executive order 9066 was the one to intern a… 04/11/2015 on Order to the galaxy +2
#13 - pacific rim intensifies 04/02/2015 on /k/ommando quits his job +3
#53 - did you not read the text at the end?  [+] (2 new replies) 04/02/2015 on Cat in a Box +4
#79 - rollfourexplain (04/02/2015) [-]
**rollfourexplain used "*roll 1, 0-9999*"**
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Oh good. I didn't notice that.
#74 - fefe (04/02/2015) [-]
You CANT read the text at the end
#154 - because murica. 04/02/2015 on Random Interesting Facts... +2
#30 - srsly song? 03/30/2015 on So much nope 0

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User avatar #10 - amissingmouse (04/11/2013) [-]
Who iz you? >:I
#11 to #10 - jakeattack (04/14/2013) [-]
lol you left a comment like long ass while ago so you found me first! anyways just branching out to the fj community
User avatar #12 to #11 - amissingmouse (04/14/2013) [-]
Lol.
Hi. :)
#13 to #12 - jakeattack (04/16/2013) [-]
whats upp!
User avatar #9 - amissingmouse (01/16/2013) [-]
Hello,
I'm bored.
Add me on skype -
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K?
User avatar #7 - aguta (11/27/2012) [-]
are you trading your items?
User avatar #5 - eiramart ONLINE (11/27/2012) [-]
Thanks to you, I am now aware that there is a futatime channel. Good to know.
#8 to #5 - jakeattack (11/27/2012) [-]
that moment when i realize im subscribed to a channel i dont even know about nor ever remember subscribing too. well i guess helped you out
#6 to #5 - jakeattack (11/27/2012) [-]
wait wut? how
User avatar #1 - seniorawesomesauce ONLINE (07/17/2012) [-]
I SAW YOU ROLL ME
#3 to #1 - jakeattack (07/17/2012) [-]
in a good way!
User avatar #4 to #3 - seniorawesomesauce ONLINE (07/17/2012) [-]
And I do.
#2 to #1 - jakeattack (07/17/2012) [-]
you should feel special!
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