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1440p@144Hz in 27" inch monitor: GTX 1070ti is enough?

A GTX 1070 TI (AMP! Extreme) with OC is enough to run 1440p@144Hz the current games on the ultra (or at least on the high) settings in a 27" inch monitor?

The difference for a GTX 1080 is in my country (+/- $ 320 dolars in direct conversion, here it's around R$ 1000 (Brazil, reais)).

Some games:
- GTA V
- Overwatch
- Doom
- CS GO
- BF 1
- Rainbow 6
- Dead by Daylight
- Shadow of War
- Diablo
- Path of Exile
- NFS
- The Witcher 3
- Tomb Raider
- Project CARS 2
- and more...

(PUBG too, but with the optimization ... haha ​​100fps is ok)
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  1. If you expect 144fps minimum. No, it is not. Not for every game. If you have reasonable expectations of 60fps or higher. You should be fine. Many will probably be over 100FPS (if your CPU can keep up).
    Reply to velocityg4
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    I think a 1070 Ti is enough depending on your CPU. Like Velocity said, it won't give you 144 FPS or more in every game but that is what Gsync is for. If you could get 144 FPS in every game you wouldn't be using Gsync anyways and I don't think any GPU on the market is actually capable of that.

    I also have a 1440p 144Hz Gsync monitor and I use a 1070 (not Ti). I don't play every game on your list but I do play a few of them. Overwatch, Doom, CS GO, Diablo 3, and Path of Exile will get 120+ FPS with a 1070 Ti no problem.

    The Witcher 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and PUBG will be below 100 FPS. I am able to get about 100 in PUBG if I turn the shadows and particle effects down to medium.
    Reply to king3pj
  3. 1070 ti can OC to 1080 stock.
    Benchmark on 1080: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-review/1100-6439863/

    Some games you will only get 60, but some can reach ~100+ assuming no CPU limit. What CPU do you have? For that price diff, 1070ti is the way to go.
    Reply to vapour
  4. Youll def be able to get high fps on many of them as long as you sacrifice some detail settings.
    Reply to RobCrezz
  5. velocityg4 said:
    If you expect 144fps minimum. No, it is not. Not for every game. If you have reasonable expectations of 60fps or higher. You should be fine. Many will probably be over 100FPS (if your CPU can keep up).

    Thx.


    king3pj said:
    I think a 1070 Ti is enough depending on your CPU. Like Velocity said, it won't give you 144 FPS or more in every game but that is what Gsync is for. If you could get 144 FPS in every game you wouldn't be using Gsync anyways and I don't think any GPU on the market is actually capable of that.

    I also have a 1440p 144Hz Gsync monitor and I use a 1070 (not Ti). I don't play every game on your list but I do play a few of them. Overwatch, Doom, CS GO, Diablo 3, and Path of Exile will get 120+ FPS with a 1070 Ti no problem.

    The Witcher 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and PUBG will be below 100 FPS. I am able to get about 100 in PUBG if I turn the shadows and particle effects down to medium.

    Thanks, especially because of the examples with your VGA.
    120fps+ (with exceptions +/- 100) I believe I will be satisfied :)
    I'll wait if someone else comments anything else.


    Anonymous said:
    1070 ti can OC to 1080 stock.
    Benchmark on 1080: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-review/1100-6439863/

    Some games you will only get 60, but some can reach ~100+ assuming no CPU limit. What CPU do you have? For that price diff, 1070ti is the way to go.


    This is the plan, OC to 1080 if i stay with 1070 TI.


    Anonymous said:
    Youll def be able to get high fps on many of them as long as you sacrifice some detail settings.

    Thanks.
    Reply to wesley_trovao
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