Well i tried it on my Bedroom HTPC that has 8GB ram with a Sandy based i3-2120 3.3 ghz dual core with HT on a H67 chipset, crappy 300 watt PSU and a HIS iCooler GDDR5 hd7750 OCed from 800 core to 1125 core and memory Oced from 1125/4500mhz to 1325/5300mhz with no PCI-e power plug. As Chrispy previously stated turning Crysis 3's graphics options down does not hurt image quality as much as you would think. Even on my 55.5 or so inch panasonic vt30 plasma it looked great on medium.
So far i am on the 1st boat level and i have everything set to medium, medium PC setting, 16x aAF, No AA at all, no motion blur or lens flares either and i am getting 40-66fps and it looks pretty dang good!! I am tempted to tote my tower into the bedroom and hook my 560ti sli setup to my plasma and stand in the same spot on both systems and see the picture difference when switching inputs just for a look see. But i dont feel like toting my 45+ lb tower and disconnecting 10 usb connections ETC. Wish i just had a 25ft HDMI cable
Its just that gaming on the 55" plasma is much better then my 37" Vizio lcd I am using with my tower now. All i would have to do is order 2 25ft USB extension cables along with a 25ft HDMI cable and i could use my tower with the wall mounted plasma.
My birthday is coming up
I think i am just going to ask for the one of the new 29" IPS monitors with the 21:9 aspect ratio and 2560x1080 resolution. Since i am right on top of my 37 inch TV my eyes have to wander alot to take everything in and find enemies ETC I think the nice wide 29' IPS yes IPS:) will work great!!! and give some added peripheral vision that will help more then hurt my gaming. I think you can get dells for 385$ or so. Cheaper then the 27" 144hrtz asus 3D lightboost monitor by around 50%.