Nvidia finally gives in!

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Danishblunt, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. Danishblunt

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    Don't think 125% will be enough for base clock 9900K
     
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    Still using a shared heatsink isn't that problematic in cooling both K series and DGFF RTX?
     
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    The cooling required for an actual non downclocked 9900K would be the bottleneck anyways. At this point I'm just happy to see new stuff. 119W TDP for a 9900K is laughable, but it can be useful for 8700K models.
     
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    I'd be interested to see what the i7-9700k could do.
     
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    i'd be interested to see what a 2060 can do
     
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    how about we focus on the actual topic of this thread, guys? lol :p

    awesome to see more freedom of choice in the monitor realm! :)
     
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    I mean I would buy the freesync monitors but I heard that some of them don't have proper sharpness adjustment.
     
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    thats the thing, GStink is proprietary and expensive, but QC and entry level features are miles ahead of FreeSync. for the latter ull need to do exrra research to determine which monitors are actually good and provide the full range of FreeSync features.

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    Yeah that's the advantage with g-sync.


    Although I dislike the reduced number of input options, I have multiple consoles and would like to plug them all in to the monitor.
     
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