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    All I want to predict at this point is that driving screen resolutions up will have to cause a sharp increase in graphics card performance, as well as multi-card driver compatibility. No matter the resolution, enthusiasts will want to run their games with all the eye candy, even if it takes three or four GTX Titans to get there. For the rest of us right now on our one or two mid-to-high end GPUs, we might have to wait 2-3 years for the prices of the monitors to come down and the power of mid-range GPUs to go up. These are exciting times, and we have not even touched what might happen in multiplayer
    AnandTech | Some Quick Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    Good lawd! Well there is one way to measure up how top end your graphics card really is. All i see here $$$.

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    I would like to point out that someone has four Titans...

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    We are still quite a way from 4k. The only affordable 4k TVs run at 30 frames.

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    the #x is that how many cards are present for those results?

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    I feel like at this point with the way things are advancing, I am stuck in the stone age as far as GPU's go. I can't afford to purchase a 2nd card for sli. I am thinking about the GTX760 but then again still won't be able to afford it. Not getting all the eye candy sucks

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    That's just insane!

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    Default Re: Gaming Numbers at 4K, Max Settings

    The interesting thing is that the HD 7990 (Dual GPU) is better than gtx 690 (also Dual GPU), by almost doubling the frames, both cards priced $1K approx. I suppose that two GTX 780 SLI will beat the HD7990 (SLI GTX 780 almost equal to SLI GTX Titan), for the price les de $1K. Framerate of 30-35 frames quite enough for decent gaming IMHO.
    Last edited by Smiki007; 04-07-2013 at 13:21.

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