I've looked at lots of USA based stores and don't see this pricing yet
399 dollars is a bit high for a full HD 24 inch minitor
Not enough pics of the case itself
Outstanding. Curious about pricing though.....
Normally new tech is very expensive until mass production rolls forward
Sorry but testicles stay with me...however I am open to possible sale of a kidney...
Any word yet on pricing?
My only worry is the price....if it's more than 1000 dollars it's beyond my price range
Well I wouldn't want to be too close to a 65 inch TV myself. I'd want to be far enough away to enjoy movies and popcorn.
I noticed there was no mention of price so it's probably cost prohibitive
I'd like to see some reviews just to see what the performance will be
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
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