Post this into the EVGA mods rigs section on the EVGA forum as well if you have time!
I've never received any emails back from the company at all. It has nothing to do with delays in answering the emails. They do not answer at ALL!
That doesn't give me a lot of confidence in the company
I'm not really interested in a company that doesn't answer their technical emails. I've sent several emails to them asking questions and have yet to...
I don't think you'll see good 4K support until 2015
Farewell Dean. Your contributions will not be forgotten.
Robert (a.k.a. rjohnson11, EVGA volunteer forum moderator)
You're right. NVIDIA has it's first failure in a long time with the Titan-Z
I am betting that the next generation from Seiki will support 60 hertz or at least I hope so
I know what you mean as I play on a 2560 x 1440 IPS monitor
That's correct. Hopefully 60 hertz with g-sync should look pretty good though.
All of the major companies are doing this now. Dell is another example.
If it's display port then it will be 60 hertz I would think.
I saw another article which puts the price at about 999 dollars but we'll see
With TSMC having troubles with 20nm dies we will probably see much more horsepower next year.
More vendors will follow but personally many gamers I have talked to are waiting for 120hertz capable 4K monitors.
Any idea what the price might be in the USA and Europe?
Which 4K monitor did you buy?
Corsair has low cost cases with better mod capability than this one
It is 5ms but it adjusts down to 1ms for gaming
It has a 1ms response rate for gaming. The response rate is adjusted by the monitor automatically.
Samsung reduced the price on their TN 4K monitor recently by 100 dollars. Did they know in advance that this model from ASUS was coming?
Don't you mean Q1 for FY2014? Q3 is not until the end of September?
You can get a Corsair Carbide spec-01 for slightly more and it's a far better chassis
It's a nice monitor but AOC needs to start concentrating more on 2K and 4K monitors
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