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Poll Results: Would you be interested in buying a Yamakasi Catleap Q270 (100hz guarenteed)

 
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post #1101 of 1131
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

You only see 200fps on a 60hz monitor if you have vsync off. I have games that report over 1000fps. When vsync is enabled, the refresh rate will not exceed your refresh rate. Whatever you have it set to. 60. 80. 100. 120. 134. whatever it is.
As for movies, yes. Whether you're watching 24fps, 30fps, or interpolated 60fps, all of them are multiples of 120hz. Which makes it a desirable refresh rate. And once you follow the guide I told you about, then your computer will believe the monitor has a much higher rated actual refresh rate. As you can see here. So don't worry about it. You're thinking far too much of it. Haha. And we've already confirmed the dl-dvi bandwidth limit doesn't come into play as it was for the stated 300mhz, not the upto 537mhz that we run ours on.
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post #1102 of 1131
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Originally Posted by Ken1649 View Post


Sorry if my questions were vague and I have been thinking how to make it easier to understand.

1. We all know that HD movies are mostly 24 FPS. Say, we watch it on 1920x1080 @120Hz monitor, it will refresh it to 120Hz = 120 FPS right? We also know that rendering movie can be done by GPU (hardware acceleration) or by software, is this correct? We don't have to do anything because the monitor EDID supports 1920x1080 @120 Hz. The display processor is also capable of 120Hz at that resolution. We can also choose the video quality is thru the display processor instead of graphics driver (GPU). From all the options we are still well within the DVI-DL bandwidth limit but it has nothing to do with GPU if we select software to render these movies, am I wrong?

2. The supported EDID of this Korean panel is 2560x1440 @60Hz right? So in order for the OS (Win 7) to recognize the panel capable of 2560x1440 @120Hz, we modified the EDID. Now, back to this HD 24 FPS movie, if we let the software to render then send the signal to monitor thru DVI-DL, the monitor will still refresh it to 24 x 5 = 120 FPS = 120 Hz. So is this all we are doing by telling the OS that the plugged in monitor is capable of 2560x1440 @120 Hz?

Let's leave gaming alone, because it's so confusing if we mix it with this DVI-DL bandwidth limitations, because while playing games @200 FPS on a 60 Hz capable monitor we are still seeing 200 FPS on the counter.

If what I am thinking is flaw, please kindly explain.


You only see 200fps on a 60hz monitor if you have vsync off. I have games that report over 1000fps. When vsync is enabled, the refresh rate will not exceed your refresh rate. Whatever you have it set to. 60. 80. 100. 120. 134. whatever it is.

As for movies, yes. Whether you're watching 24fps, 30fps, or interpolated 60fps, all of them are multiples of 120hz. Which makes it a desirable refresh rate. And once you follow the guide I told you about, then your computer will believe the monitor has a much higher rated actual refresh rate. As you can see here. So don't worry about it. You're thinking far too much of it. Haha. And we've already confirmed the dl-dvi bandwidth limit doesn't come into play as it was for the stated 300mhz, not the upto 537mhz that we run ours on.

 

 

Thank you very much for the work you have done. I am sure it's very useful for the community. We should see more users to come up with such guide as yours thumb.gif

 

Back on topic, I guess we all can give the DVI-DL source bandwidth limitations a rest now. It has nothing to do with it biggrin.gif

A bit dissapointed, hoping to hear you say "you're wrong" then I can learn how to overclock TMDS cryingsmiley.gif


Edited by Ken1649 - 4/17/12 at 11:18pm
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post #1103 of 1131
Though i'm sure its been said, how long does it take to manufacture them once they start?
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post #1104 of 1131
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Though i'm sure its been said, how long does it take to manufacture them once they start?

They said "about a month" and that was what, a week ago? Something around there anyways.
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post #1105 of 1131
News I don't want to hear:

"We ship everywhere but Australia, sorry Australians"


NOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOoooooooooo......
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News I don't want to hear:
"We ship everywhere but Australia, sorry Australians"
NOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOoooooooooo......

You guys get the butt end of every deal related to anything on the internet. At all. I feel bad, but I think you can forgive me if I stay up here in Canada where we're only *very slightly* inconvenienced online cool.gif
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You guys get the butt end of every deal related to anything on the internet. At all. I feel bad, but I think you can forgive me if I stay up here in Canada where we're only *very slightly* inconvenienced online cool.gif

Well the insurance cost for flights down to Australia just makes it not worthwhile for most companies. Even though most cargo is secured relatively well, the overall weight of the cargo can become a problem once the plane begins flying upside down after entering the lower half of the hemisphere.
post #1108 of 1131
I guess there is more chance in this case becaue it's korea. You know..... And from my understanding on geography, korea is a floating space island above australia where they can produce 2560x1440 monitors @ 120hz for under $250.

Only space islands are capable of that.


(seriously tho, I do hope they manage to ship to me)
post #1109 of 1131
For those interested in my endeavors on AMD's support of 2560x1440 @ 120Hz, here is the latest response which made me actually laugh.

Response and Service Request History:

I am sorry for the delay in the response, this case has been sent for testing, and we are trying to obtain a DisplayPort monitor that supports 2560x1440 resolution at 120Hz.

Once our support team has tested this we will provide you with the results.

In order to update this service request, please respond, leaving the service request reference intact.

Best regards,

AMD Global Customer Care
     
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For those interested in my endeavors on AMD's support of 2560x1440 @ 120Hz, here is the latest response which made me actually laugh.
Response and Service Request History:
I am sorry for the delay in the response, this case has been sent for testing, and we are trying to obtain a DisplayPort monitor that supports 2560x1440 resolution at 120Hz.
Once our support team has tested this we will provide you with the results.
In order to update this service request, please respond, leaving the service request reference intact.
Best regards,
AMD Global Customer Care

They're technically right. Such a thing doesn't exist. As it would have to go over the 400mhz pixel clock standard found in every card but the gtx 680 (which they probably don't want to acknowledge. haha), and as a result means no one's made a monitor that can do it. I still think it's hilarious though. Tell him we'll sell him a 2560x1440 @120hz DisplayPort monitor if they're that desperate
Edited by HyperMatrix - 4/18/12 at 3:31am
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