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November 6, 2013 1:27:05 AM

lookiking voor a Graphiccard with 4k support ?

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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 1:34:04 AM

Many cards support it, but few can make games or other intensive tasks run smoothly at that high of a resolution. What do you need it for? Gaming? Try a GTX 770, 780, 780ti, or Titan and for AMD a 280x, 290x. Some are better than others but depends on the price point you want.
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 1:38:59 AM

Almost all new cards support 4k resolution. A lot of the older ones support it too. What do you plan on using it for? Gaming?
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 1:40:22 AM

The best single card for 4k at the moment is the Radeon 290x. However, the fps barely hits 30 in some cases, so it's far from playable. You would need 2x 290x to reach 50 - 60fps.
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 1:46:05 AM

yes, use 2 high end cards at least.
i cant imagine the cost of these right now. the monitor alone, you'll have to sell your arm for these
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November 6, 2013 2:15:28 AM

robax91 said:
Many cards support it, but few can make games or other intensive tasks run smoothly at that high of a resolution. What do you need it for? Gaming? Try a GTX 770, 780, 780ti, or Titan and for AMD a 280x, 290x. Some are better than others but depends on the price point you want.


Thx for your verry fast replay

Price is no issu just need de fastest en best one for my my samsung TV UHD 65" F9000 games and movies
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November 6, 2013 2:27:56 AM

Movies... You may need 290x XFire
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 2:28:20 AM

bob-jan said:
robax91 said:
Many cards support it, but few can make games or other intensive tasks run smoothly at that high of a resolution. What do you need it for? Gaming? Try a GTX 770, 780, 780ti, or Titan and for AMD a 280x, 290x. Some are better than others but depends on the price point you want.


Thx for your verry fast replay

Price is no issu just need de fastest en best one for my my samsung TV UHD 65" F9000 games and movies


Single card would be the 290x, but stay away from blower/reference style cards as they run HOT and LOUD. I'd say try for an Asus, Sapphire, or HIS brand card. They usually have really good coolers and are quiet (usually). One of these cards will probably cost anywhere from $600-800 depending on what features it has.
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November 6, 2013 3:06:32 AM

You can get details about outlets from internet and go to shop for making purchase of the desired items easily and instantly. If you can bear some delays then you can use online modes of getting desired items.
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November 6, 2013 4:49:28 AM

I think this one is oke for my tv ??

ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770
GTX770-DC2OC-2GD5
2GB DDR5 memorie
Videoconnections:
Core Clock : 1058 MHz
Boost Clock : 1110 MHz
DisplayPort
HDMI
DVI-I (dubbele link)
DVI-D (dubbele link)
VGA - incl adapter

€245,-



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November 6, 2013 4:50:23 AM

or this one

ASUS NVIDIA GTX780 3GB GDDR5 GTX780-DC2OC-3GD5 - HDMI + Display Port + DVI-D + DVI-I - DP - HDCP support - 384 bit
373,30 €
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 4:51:32 AM

bob-jan said:
I think this one is oke for my tv ??

ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770
GTX770-DC2OC-2GD5
2GB DDR5 memorie
Videoconnections:
Core Clock : 1058 MHz
Boost Clock : 1110 MHz
DisplayPort
HDMI
DVI-I (dubbele link)
DVI-D (dubbele link)
VGA - incl adapter

€245,-






I would recommend you get the 3gb one
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 4:51:57 AM

bob-jan said:
or this one

ASUS NVIDIA GTX780 3GB GDDR5 GTX780-DC2OC-3GD5 - HDMI + Display Port + DVI-D + DVI-I - DP - HDCP support - 384 bit
373,30 €


Or that
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a b U Graphics card
November 6, 2013 12:53:32 PM

bob-jan said:
or this one

ASUS NVIDIA GTX780 3GB GDDR5 GTX780-DC2OC-3GD5 - HDMI + Display Port + DVI-D + DVI-I - DP - HDCP support - 384 bit
373,30 €


Good card.
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March 12, 2014 5:59:05 PM

I would wait until HDMI 2.0 is available on the next GPU or when DisplayPort offers single stream transport.
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March 12, 2014 7:02:27 PM

Currently the best single GPU option is the Gigabyte GV-R929XOC-4GD http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HS866AK and should have no problem with general computer use such as web browsing, office use, or video watching.

If you want to do any gaming then you will need at least two of these in Crossfire if you want to turn the visuals up to high and have performance above 30 fps.
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March 12, 2014 8:01:01 PM

Also the question I'd be asking is what sort of 4K monitor do I get that supports MST. The GPU card is sorta irrelevant at this stage being that none of them support 4K in single stream transport. So your only option is to get a MST monitor. And a card that will support MST with out issues.
So many people are misguided by the fact of not knowing that there is a lack of support of connection for 4K.
So agen the only real advice you can get for 4k gaming is wait until HDMI 2.0 is available on a GPU. Don't waste your money on a card and monitor that your going to chuck out and replace in a few months time.
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April 17, 2014 2:54:23 PM

ZionZA said:
Almost all new cards support 4k resolution. A lot of the older ones support it too. What do you plan on using it for? Gaming?

I want a video card (or GPU) 4K 60 fps to watch videos only... Is there any?

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a b U Graphics card
April 17, 2014 2:59:44 PM

ralves58 said:
ZionZA said:
Almost all new cards support 4k resolution. A lot of the older ones support it too. What do you plan on using it for? Gaming?

I want a video card (or GPU) 4K 60 fps to watch videos only... Is there any?



For video only, there are many more options. Even a GTX 750 Ti will probably accomplish video at 60fps. I don't know exactly what you would need for videos though, since my knowledge relates to gaming.
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April 18, 2014 7:09:22 PM

Kekoh said:
For video only, there are many more options. Even a GTX 750 Ti will probably accomplish video at 60fps. I don't know exactly what you would need for videos though, since my knowledge relates to gaming.

Thank you for your answer...

I realize later that to watch videos 4K at 60 fps (streamed from computer) on a 4K tv set, it's also necessary a video card with HDMI 2.0 output... And I think there is none at the moment. :-/

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a b U Graphics card
April 18, 2014 9:15:52 PM

Correct, you will need to wait :( 
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April 20, 2014 12:41:17 AM

ralves58 said:
ZionZA said:
Almost all new cards support 4k resolution. A lot of the older ones support it too. What do you plan on using it for? Gaming?

I want a video card (or GPU) 4K 60 fps to watch videos only... Is there any?



You can only get 4K @60hz via MST or duel HDMI.
Your monitor will needs to support this because no single Displayport or HDMI controller can support a 4K 60hz resolution. So technically no video card supports 4K @60hz naturally. So I would wait unit HDMI 2.0 is available on a GPU
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May 9, 2014 9:42:32 AM

HowFarToAsgaard said:
You can only get 4K @60hz via MST or duel HDMI.
Your monitor will needs to support this because no single Displayport or HDMI controller can support a 4K 60hz resolution. So technically no video card supports 4K @60hz naturally. So I would wait unit HDMI 2.0 is available on a GPU

Displayport 1.2 does 4K @ 60Hz, for example on Dell's UP3214, the best 4K screen currently on the market.

(careful: can only run at max res filling the whole screen; lower res gives smaller pictures in the middle of the monitor due to the current two-panel solution).

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May 16, 2014 1:54:53 PM

ZionZA said:
Almost all new cards support 4k resolution. A lot of the older ones support it too. What do you plan on using it for? Gaming?


Hi all.
Does the Asus Ares 2 supports 4k monitors?
Thanks.
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a b U Graphics card
May 16, 2014 2:05:21 PM

NosferatuAlucard said:
ZionZA said:
Almost all new cards support 4k resolution. A lot of the older ones support it too. What do you plan on using it for? Gaming?


Hi all.
Does the Asus Ares 2 supports 4k monitors?
Thanks.


Technically, yes it does support 4K, but don't expect high fps while gaming. To get 60+fps on Ultra @ 4K, you need to spend $1500+ on video cards, like a 295x2.
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May 21, 2014 6:27:11 AM

there is no solution here
because first if you have the f9000 with the oneconnect box v1 (the original one) its only hdmi 1.4 so 4k at 30 hz hors 1080p at 60hz
and second even if you have the oneconnect v2 (sek 2500 sold separatly) ,yes there is 4 hdmi 2.0 connector that can support 4k 60hz
but no display port ,and for now there is ZERO graphic card with a hdmi 2.0 port and for last ,still for now there is no adapter (must be an active one) that convert displayort to hdmi 2.0
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