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So spend $5K+ on a TV for which there will be next to no content available to take advantage of it for. Then when the content arrives (years and years later, considering TV isn't even all 720p or higher yet...) these TV's will be much bigger, much better, have a lot more features (possibly mass adoption of smart TV's by then) and this will be an outdated POJ (thats junk for the nazi mods out there...)

Yea... This makes total sense rolleyes.gif

This is something that bel;ongs inside a niche market thats inside another niche market... Good to see things progress, but I simply don't care at all yet... Oh well, they can keep pushing these overpriced junk sets for the next few years, and I'll pick one up when they are dirt cheap and worth getting, just like I did with LCD (wouldn't buy an LCD till 32" dropped below $400).
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4K UHDTV (2160p) has a resolution of 3840 × 2160 (8.3 megapixels). Exactly four times 1080P.
8K UHDTV (4320p) has a resolution of 7680 × 4320 (33.2 megapixels). Exactly sixteen times 1080P.
Those are the two format standards that screens will be used and made for in the future and defined/approved by the International Telecommunication Union.
Whether you call 4% less horizontal pixels (below 4,000 pixels) "4K" or not is completely trivial.
And to others, this screen is not about watching 1080P movies on for Pete's sake. rolleyes.gif

The name or term 4k comes from the horizontal resolution that is 4096 pixels.

If it's not 4096 pixels then it technically can't be classed as 4k.
That would be 4Kibipixels.

It's called 4K for god's sake. Not 4Kipx.
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Nah I am happy with my 2.5k wink.gif
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The name or term 4k comes from the horizontal resolution that is 4096 pixels.
If it's not 4096 pixels then it technically can't be classed as 4k.

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
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For CAD work you typically want the screen space for all the options menus, and the rendering space stays about the same. Thus you won't need a more powerful card.

$5,500 is actually starting to be in the realm of possible... I mean I spent $1k on my current display... at this rate in a few years I'd be able to think of getting one of these.
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For CAD work you typically want the screen space for all the options menus, and the rendering space stays about the same. Thus you won't need a more powerful card.
$5,500 is actually starting to be in the realm of possible... I mean I spent $1k on my current display... at this rate in a few years I'd be able to think of getting one of these.

1600p came out like 1999. People started getting 1600p after 2006.
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why on earth are we stuck with 1080p and this 4k nonsense call it what it is or just UDH
Atleast X instead of Y

On the price tag i don't see any problem, wouldn't buy it even if i had money to burn since the input conenctors will probably be replaced when units get a bit more common.
 
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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 that case then 1336x768 is Full HD.....

It's easier to call a lower resolution 4k because it doesn't confused the average Joe thumb.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by almighty15 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

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 that case then 1336x768 is Full HD.....

It's easier to call a lower resolution 4k because it doesn't confused the average Joe thumb.gif
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1366 is NOT within 4% of 1920...
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Originally Posted by almighty15 View Post

In that case then 1336x768 is Full HD.....
It's easier to call a lower resolution 4k because it doesn't confused the average Joe thumb.gif

except 1366x768 is not anywhere near full HD. 3840×2160 is close to 4k pixels horizontal and its 4x the pixel count of 1080p so it makes sense anyways



back on topic, a 32" 4k monitor would be nice. For a tv, I want a 4k projector biggrin.gif (when they are not 10's of thousands of dollars)
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