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This is making me reconsider getting 3x24" Dell monitors @ 1200p in portrait (also equates to 42"). It'd be much simpler to set up and no bezels! biggrin.gif
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Took 8 seconds to see it. So either I am correct, or you did it wrong. tongue.gif Thank you by the way.
By the way, can we all agree that 240Hz is more useless than a pet rock?

really are you blind? I instantly saw it, but then again I'm the kind of person where 45 FPS looks terrible and choppy to me I don't understand people that play games at 30FPS.
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This is making me reconsider getting 3x24" Dell monitors @ 1200p in portrait (also equates to 42"). It'd be much simpler to set up and no bezels! biggrin.gif

For only a little extra you could get 3x 27'' Koreans and some stands that allow them to be in portrait which would, in my opinion, a better way to go than going with 1200p when 1440p can be had for only a little extra.
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Took 8 seconds to see it. So either I am correct, or you did it wrong. tongue.gif Thank you by the way.
By the way, can we all agree that 240Hz is more useless than a pet rock?

really are you blind? I instantly saw it, but then again I'm the kind of person where 45 FPS looks terrible and choppy to me I don't understand people that play games at 30FPS.

So you counted from the first black flash and the second black flash and the 3rd black flash and had an average of 1 second?
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If this is to be the new standard in the next decade or so for TV and Movies, I will be kind of happy.
3840x2160 is a direct double of 1920x1080, so 1920x1080 won't need to "upscale" itself and fill in pixels, it will instead just double them in height and width, meaning quality won't degrade when viewing 1080p content on your 2160p (4K) TV.
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You people are hilariously dense. The name 4K is derived from the horizontal resolution, which is approximately 4,000 pixels. There are ton's of things in this world that are named when they are close to a reference point, and not the exact reference point. 3840 is 4% shy of 4,000 pixels. That is well within tolerance of any sane category reference. We aren't going to call a 3840×2160 screen a 3.84K screen just as we won't call a 4096 screen a 4.09K screen. I know these concepts are difficult for some.
So who says only 4096 can be classed as 4k, the international committee of almighty15? rolleyes.gif
Some reading for the uneducated:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4K_resolution
(most 4k displays are 3840×2160)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultra-high-definition_television
I think I will follow the standards of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories and the International Telecommunication Union on what a 4K display is, not random people on overclock.net. thumb.gif

In fairness, I work in CGI for film...we call 1920, HD, and we call 2048, 2K.

 

This all assumes 4,096 is going to be the upgraded film format...it's entirely possible we'll just go with 3,840 and that will simply be called 4K across the board with no disclaimers.

 

I really never want to render movies at 3,840, but I guess it's going to happen some day.

 

Shame too, we were just starting to do really awesome stuff quickly at 2K.

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This is making me reconsider getting 3x24" Dell monitors @ 1200p in portrait (also equates to 42"). It'd be much simpler to set up and no bezels! biggrin.gif

Keep in mind that desktop software doesn't exactly have scaling tech in place yet for these screens. You will NOT want to be viewing tools and menus at 100% scale on a monitor with 80% denser pixels.

 

Nice as it is that these screens are available and the prices are decent, I don't think it's time yet. I'm sticking with 1600p for the next few years until the software can scale to not kill my eyes and the GPUs can drive such massive numbers of pixels better.

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This is making me reconsider getting 3x24" Dell monitors @ 1200p in portrait (also equates to 42"). It'd be much simpler to set up and no bezels! biggrin.gif
Keep in mind that desktop software doesn't exactly have scaling tech in place yet for these screens. You will NOT want to be viewing tools and menus at 100% scale on a monitor with 80% denser pixels.

Nice as it is that these screens are available and the prices are decent, I don't think it's time yet. I'm sticking with 1600p for the next few years until the software can scale to not kill my eyes and the GPUs can drive such massive numbers of pixels better.

I am using a 17 inch 1920x1200p monitor. I have columns of 14 items on my desktop, the taskbar is also the smaller version. So double the diag (34 inches) at 4k would actually be ideal for me as I am use to that density already. Software is already scaled perfectly, they do not need to rescale... unless you have like 30:20 vision.
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I am using a 17 inch 1920x1200p monitor. I have columns of 14 items on my desktop, the taskbar is also the smaller version. So double the diag (34 inches) at 4k would actually be ideal for me as I am use to that density already. Software is already scaled perfectly, they do not need to rescale... unless you have like 30:20 vision.

ermagurd... I haz the same screen! I think. o_o

1200p screens ftw! biggrin.gif
     
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Still though apple is willing to take the risk of high resolution devices, started with the iPhone and continues with the iPad and soon it will really start to pick up with their screens, so as i originally stated 4k will be standard soon with Apple while Samsung and LG don't want to take the risk.

LG and Samsung couldn't sell enough Notebooks with the high resolution displays to make the margins worth it. Apple and Lenovo seem like the only ones in the market these days that have been consistently able to sell a premium notebook.
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