Coming from using consoles for the most part of my gaming career i'm used to 30 FPS so its not a issue for me really.You see I prefer game FPS Smoothness over Graphics when it comes to gaming. Looking to upgrade my PC this year.
You should rather look for a monitor with 144Hz instead of 60Hz. Trust me it's a major difference. Rather go for a 1440p monitor with FreeSync/GSync instead of 4k with only 60Hz if you ask me.I want to buy a 4K Monitor, for gaming more than anything else.
Can you guys suggest one?.
I was just looking at this one: http://www.samsung.com/uk/monitors/uhd-ue590/LU28E590DSEN/
Try to get G-sync [If yo have Nvidia GPU] or Free Sync [If you have AmD GPU].Thanks for the replies. Both of you.
Could you please elaborate?
What if I have a NVidia card and bought a FreeSync monitor (like an LG one)?.Try to get G-sync [If yo have Nvidia GPU] or Free Sync [If you have AmD GPU].
Because its impossible to keep even a steady 90 FPS on modern games. All these variable FPS causes a rough microstuttery look at 144Hz. But G-sync prevents that.
Cool nice oneIf you look at the comparison charts between the two - The 980Ti is about 50% faster than the 970
But the 980Ti is slightly slower than the GTX 1070 - The 1070 might be cheaper than the 980ti, but not looked.
I upgraded from the 970 to the 1070 last year, and the 1070 in HD is capable of running most games maxed out in HD resolution and even in 1440p.Cool nice one
I was looking for a site like that tbh, its a lot easier to see if its better FPS wise than all the jargon on the other sites I found lol
Oh yeah i forgot to add i was looking at the 1070 as well and it is around the same price maybe even a tad cheaper. It was just someone saying they would PartX for a lesser card that got me interested in the 980.
I think ill try and get the 1070. That should do me for a bit.
There is pretty much no difference between a 1070 and 980ti, so if you can get a Ti for £60, then I would go for that option.I'm pushing my 970 to play 4K with mixed settings mostly Ultra and normally no AA and lowering the shadows to get 30 FPS, so a 980TI or 1070 would blow my mind lol
I might be able to get a 980TI for £60 if I sell my card, you think that's worth it or should I hold out for a 1070?
No it's off AVF. He seems a sound bloke reading through his post and he's sold quite a lot of things on there before with no issues. He said it sprung a leak as he was pulling his PC apart but it still works fine.Without knowing the full extent of the damage, I am not sure.
Looking at the pictures, it appears the card works with either or anyway, so if the waterblock isn't working, it does not look like it affects the card too much.
Are you buying the card from a friend?