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Old Jul 26, 2013, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default [windows.com] Pushing the 12K PC Gaming Boundary at 1.5 Billion Pixels per Second

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PC gaming is all out extreme performance and eye-popping visuals. DirectX games on Windows are always pushing the boundaries of the latest graphics hardware and software technology that will bring things ?to the next level?. In this article I?m going to share with you an amazing set of experiences that I recently had pushing the boundaries of 4K multi-mon gaming with several Sharp PN-K321 4K Ultra HD displays that I had on loan for a short period of time. I?ll start with some scenarios that have been tested before and then walk through a technology demonstration and collaboration that I worked on with AMD to see how far we could push things. Let?s just say this was an intense experience!
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Ever since I had my first taste of 4K resolution gaming on Windows 8 (which you can read about here) I?ve been wanting to explore some additional related scenarios. First, I was thinking it would be awesome to try 4K multi-mon gaming. Second, I wanted to see how the 4K gaming experience would change when the screen refresh rate was pushed from 30 Hz to 60 Hz. Finally, I thought it would be amazing if I could push a tri-mon 4K setup to 60 Hz. Things were about to get real interesting.
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Old Jul 26, 2013, 10:28 AM   #2
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Old Jul 26, 2013, 04:04 PM   #3
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I am surprised that a single card could pull this off, but they did only run Dirt 3 which is one of the better optimized games for the HD7970 anyhow....The situation would be different with more demading titles.


I have to settle with 8000*1440 pixels....
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I am surprised that a single card could pull this off, but they did only run Dirt 3 which is one of the better optimized games for the HD7970 anyhow....The situation would be different with more demading titles.


I have to settle with 8000*1440 pixels....
IIRC< they started with 1 7970 then moved to 2, then when adding a 3rd the PSU committed suicide.. but again, history has shown that over time AMD/ATI cards tend to fair better and it's nice not having to buy 1 Quardo or Tesla (never mind three!!)..that costs more than 4 7970s and a (replacement) PSU.. personally I'd love to see 3 Sapphire 7970 6GB Toxics so I can plan to pick a couple more up cheep when the HD 9000 series drops.
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Old Jul 27, 2013, 09:34 PM   #6
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I am surprised that a single card could pull this off, but they did only run Dirt 3 which is one of the better optimized games for the HD7970 anyhow....The situation would be different with more demading titles.


I have to settle with 8000*1440 pixels....
hmm if someone wants to send me the 3 screens i'll try it with two of those ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II cards

can't try the same card in a 680 they only have one dp port

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I was hoping, with the preponderance of 120 Hz or higher displays, that it would have sunk in by now that 60 Hz blows chunks.
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