Super Dainty Moderator
- Aug 16, 2005
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|Motherboard||EVGA z690 Dark KINGPIN|
|Cooling||EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB|
|Memory||64GB Gskill Trident Z5 DDR5 6000 @6400|
|Video Card(s)||MSI SUPRIM Liquid X 4090|
|Storage||1x 500GB 980 Pro | 1x 1TB 980 Pro | 1x 8TB Corsair MP400|
|Display(s)||Odyssey OLED G9 G95SC|
|Case||Lian Li o11 Evo Dynamic White|
|Audio Device(s)||Moondrop Kato's on Schiit Hel 2e|
|Power Supply||Bequiet! Power Pro 12 1500w|
|Mouse||Lamzu Atlantis (White)|
|Keyboard||DROP CTRL HP Lavender, Moondrop Tessence, StupidFish foam, Everglide pads|
|Software||Windows 11 x64 Pro|
|Benchmark Scores||I dont have time for that.|
Seeing as the 1070 cannot even max out 120 fps on a 1080p monitor in all games, I don't see why DVI-D can't be a high end connection. There is no single-GPU in the world that can saturate that connection with all the content you can play on it.
So what the fuck are you on about? 4K or 1440p says nothing at all about what 'end' you're on it just means you have a crapload of pixels to push.
My AOC IPS displays were driven by DVI-D and had no HDMI hookup. Id argue that they looked better than some peoples 4k displays, but thats none of my business.