- Dec 9, 2000
LG 32" 165hz 1440p. Potentially 48" CX though.
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HP Reverb G2
Mine fits on my desk just fine..
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I bought the LG 38GL950G-B 38 Inch UltraGear Nano IPS 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor with 144HZ Refresh Rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC, Black in anticipation of getting a 3080 (hopefully Ti) from EVGA with an AIO. The monitor is a remarkable upgrade from what I had been using, whilst being ridiculously over priced.. but hey.. gaming! The monitor seems a bit buggy to me, but I'm new with it so maybe some user error going on. I debated going 4k, but I like having way more frames than are really necessary, and I'm addicted to 21:9.
I used to LOVE 1920x1200 and 2560x1600 before 16:10 went the way of the dinosaurs. 16:10, we knew thye well. vertical real estate is too neglected.
Prolly gonna keep my 144hz 1440p on the desktop and drop a 48cx next to it for 4k action depending on how the 3080 is when i get my hands on it.
Dell is putting 16:10 back in the new XPS laptops, and the 38" 21:10 panels have the same 'height' ratio, more or less, with 1600 verticle pixels.I used to LOVE 1920x1200 and 2560x1600 before 16:10 went the way of the dinosaurs. 16:10, we knew thye well. vertical real estate is too neglected.
Just bought the LG CX 48. I wanted to like the LG 38” 144 Hz ultrawides because of the more reasonable size for a desk top but couldn’t get over the massive picture quality upgrade at the same price point.
Your water cooled card is 10%-15% already over a 2080Ti FE, If the 3080 is 25% faster than a 2080Ti FE it won't be that much faster than what you already have. 3090 seems more of a real upgrade in my opinion. Of course you will probably water cool your 3080 but don't see that much of a big improvement.Using 2x Dell 32in s3220dgf Curved 1440p 165hz. I got a Watercooled 2080 Ti now so waiting for reviews before knowing if i am going to get a 3080 or 3090. Leaning more towards a 3090 and keeping my 2080 Ti as backup.
I'm planning on getting a 3080 and at the moment I'm only using a 60 hz 1440p monitor. The 3080 will pretty much be bananas overkill for most games on that setup but I want the headroom there so I can really crank the settings including ray tracing in the games that offer it. Plus I can use DSR or in-game resolution scaling to effectively run higher resolutions and give the 3080 a workout.
The 3070 just doesn't make sense for me because for $200 more the 3080 is offering so much more performance. I mean for 40% more money you're getting almost 50% more cores, tmus, and rops. And you're getting 70% more bandwidth and an extra 2 gigs of vram. The 3070 really should be priced at $450 instead of $500 when you look at what the 3080 gives you for $700.
Yeah I'm sure you're real sorry about that.3080 for 60hz is real dumb, sorry
Again you need to read a little closer. I am at 1440p not 1080p. And again I'll be using DSR or resolution scaling within a game to actually run at a much higher resolution than that.well yeah, you'll be getting 60 more frames you won't even be able to see - You'd be totally fine on a 2070 super @ 1080p if you're happy with 60hz, even with everything cranked up - On modern titles
Take a look at this, even a 1080ti doesn't dip below 60, ON ANY GAME @ 1080p..
Yes I even said it would be bananas overkill for most games if I was running at my native resolution of 1440p but I won't.oh sorry.. i thought you said 1080, my bad.
still a little overkill tho lol.
Until 34-43 inch 4k IPS 144hertz+ gsync monitors come out, I ain't doin shit. I have a LG 27GL850-B 27 inch that plays games just fine and it looks really good. I just spent 500$ on it.
I really like 34 inch plus displays. Unfortunately nothing is out there right now for 4k and high refresh rate. So I'll use this for a year and see what comes out. Today, there is nothing compelling to get. Other than waiting outside Microcenter on the 17th. Hope I snag a 3080. We'll see.
Your water cooled card is 10%-15% already over a 2080Ti FE, If the 3080 is 25% faster than a 2080Ti FE it won't be that much faster than what you already have. 3090 seems more of a real upgrade in my opinion. Of course you will probably water cool your 3080 but don't see that much of a big improvement.
Well the 3080 at 4K is more like 35% faster and less at lower resolutions, The main problem I have is the 10gb vram. I mapped out memory footprint of Crysis Remastered, it has 8k textures, something which will be more and more used over time. Long draw distances with extremely dense vegetation and so on which will be used more and more like Flight Simulator 2020. Software RT which also needs more memory to work, something that Nvidia says takes 1gb-2gb more with their Hardware RT is used. Anyways here is at 4K what this one game takes with the five presets, I worked from the highest quality reset to the lowest, the game reduced the vram usage as the quality present was lowered from one to the next. it did not have any indication of loading up the vram if available as I lowered each present vram went down and stayed relatively consistent Level 2 here. Other levels I would assume would fluctuate some but should be in the ball park.This is what I was thinking as well after seeing all the benchmarks and the numbers. I am just not sure about the 3090 now knowing it is only 10% to 20% over a 3080 for over double the cost. I just bought a new Display which is a LG OLED48CXPUB. Its a 48in OLED 4K TV. Reviews show it to be really good but I want HDMI 2.1 which we all know the 2080 Ti does not have. I am going try all the work a rounds and see if i can get it to work, but that is what may force me to move to a 3080. TV will be here in a few days so time will tell. I am ok with waiting a few months for stock to start to show up if i need too.
I think the Rtx 3070 will be the way to go once that comes out for the lower rez monitors.Alienware Ultrawide 120hz 34" IPS. This card is super overkill for 1080P. I won't switch back from ultrawide now that I've experienced it personally. It offers the most immersive visual experience.
If you're driving a 1080p monitor just grab a used 2080TI for $500 that's probably the best deal now or wait for a 3070. Although who knows how much stock will be available on initial offering because of the damn bots!!