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Pros: Solid video card, new GTX 9XX series cards are capable of recording via shadowplay in 4k. I have been able to record games at 4k without issue now. SOOOOO happy, I am ordering a second one! And will be upgrading to a gsync capable monitor with that comes out.
Cons: none? Although I heard this won't be the flagship for very long. Likley a GTX 980 Ti or Titan II esq card coming out very soon. Performance wise, it's not all that much better than a 780 Ti. HOWEVER the massive changes in how it works in terms of memory usage make it the upgrade worth it.(I basically bought it just to record in 4k)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very good performance from the card itself. Used two Corsair SP120 fans, ran like a champ on a 4k panel for 4 months, then started havine issues
Cons: Very long card, really could use some support to hold it up.
Other Thoughts: After 4 months the pumps seemed to have died due to some kind of electrical short. I am using a AXi1200 PSU, so I don't think it's PSU related, waiting on RMA now....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Single panel display, unlike the Dell UP2414q, which has hoooorrible input lag. If you game at all, you NEED this panel or the Asus distant cousin. I picked this up becuase I wanted a 4k panel for Wild Star's Launch, and the Asus model hadn't launched. You NEED a 28 inch monitor for 4k.
Cons: It's a barebones model, no vesa mounts, the stand is...flimsy is being nice. But it works. The colors aren't as good as the Dell up2414q, but in gaming the trade off for faster gtg response time vs perfect color match is a worth while trade off.
Other Thoughts: Looking for someone to buy my Dell up2414q...since it kinda sucks now.READ FULL REVIEW