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Overclocks well (+90 core, +160mem) on stock voltage
Runs BF4 Ultra 1440p 50-80fps
Fans are nice. They run quiet during idle and spool up during games.
Cons: Physically long. I have an Antec 300 and I had to slightly bend the drive bay frame to get the card to fit. However, this wasn't a big deal and it took 30 seconds to do, and I can bend it back if I need to. Don't let this scare you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 27" QNIX QX2710 2560x1440 QHD PLS Matte Panel Monitor
Pros: WOW. This monitor is AMAZING! The image quality is the best I've seen.
The stand is adequate. Don't let that scare you.
I purchased the standard (non-perfect) version and I only have one single stuck pixel but it's impossible to notice unless I intentionally look for it.
No noticeable back-light bleed.
INCREDIBLE shipping. The monitor shipped from Korea to USA in 2 days!
Other Thoughts: This is great. If anyone is on the fence about this monitor - don't worry, just buy it. You won't regret it.
By the way, make sure your video card can output 2560x1440, or else the monitor will just flash random colors because it does not have a scaler.
Pros: Quiet Fans
Overclocks to 950 core on stock voltage and fan settings
Cons: Really large ... barely fit with 1/4 inch clearance in my Antec 300 case.
Basically no document or user manual. Yeah, this is really not needed, EXCEPT for the dual-bios switch... I had to look online to figure out that position 1 is stock and position 2 is for increased voltage and fan speed.
Other Thoughts: 2500k @ 4.5ghz
8 gigs ram
This card at 950 core runs BF3 at Ultra everything, MSAAx2 and HBOA. Frames per second are usually 60 and drop to mid 40s during intense online action.
I was a bit disappointed that my friend's 570 is a bit faster in the same machine. However, the 2gigs of VRAM means this card will perform great in Crossfire.
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