Hey guys, long time no post on Guru3D! Anyways, I seem to have acquired some funds for use as I see fit. I've been eying one of those QNIX QX2710 Evolution II 27" 2560x1440 displays. Here's the thing - I'm currently playing games and maxing out everything at 1920x1200, with no problems. BF3, BF4 Beta, Tomb Raider, Far Cry 3, you name it. Literally the ONLY thing I've had to sacrifice so far is the highest AA setting in Total War: Shogun 2 (which, based on benchmarks, at 1080p/1920x1200 a GTX 690 or Titan seemed necessary for an acceptable FPS) - this hardly bugged me, since I comfortably had it on the second-highest AA setting...plus it's a strategy game - not a real need for high FPS. Oh, and this is after messing with the NVIDIA Control Panel and setting the AA to 32xCSAA and the transparency AA to 8xSSAA. Meaning my games are all undergoing the control panel-based additional demands (along with adaptive v-sync, triple buffering, 16xAF, etc.). All games are running, as mentioned, acceptably. Meaning that I've seen a minimum of 35-40 FPS or so (near-constant 60 FPS in BF3 with v-sync, and roughly 50 FPS in the BF4 Beta). I am NOT someone who needs 60 FPS on everything. As long as it isn't a slideshow, and preferably anything above a minimum of +-30 FPS, I am totally happy. My preference is to sacrifice AA when I have an FPS hit, NOT any other graphics settings. However, the appeal of a nice IPS/PLS display at a much higher resolution is hard to ignore. I also, however, do not want to sacrifice maxing out graphics options - but AA I can do without, if need be (especially as at such high resolutions, AA matters WAY, WAY less than at lower resolutions). Seeing as benchmarks show the GTX 680 to play BF3 at roughly 42-45 FPS on average at 2560x1440, my assumption would be that BF4 at the same resolution, maxed out, wouldn't be much slower. I do have a factory-OCed GTX 680 (only a slight OC) as well, so I typically see average FPS levels higher than the stock GTX 680 on most games. So basically, the question is, will I be disappointed if I get a 2560x1440 monitor without changing my GPU? I have NO money to upgrade the GPU (the funds allotted me are hardly enough to afford a GTX 680-trumping GPU). Obviously I should be fine for a few months with virtually every game, but how much will my "maxing-out" lifespan be reduced by going from 1920x1200 to 2560x1440? Any recommendations would be much appreciated!