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10-12 or so years ago it would be the same for a 1050-1080p.
It will get there, but it takes time.
Remember that it is still a 8.3MP monitor, while 1080p barely breaks 2MP ..for the kind of hardware will be needed to drive such resolutions to become mainstream and start driving prices down with it, a lot of time is needed.
+ no available movie content @ those resolutions, i.e. it caters for a very specialized market - and it is not gaming.

In the year 2000 I bought a 1600x1200 CRT for $500, and got an LCD monitor of the same resolution for just over $1,000 in 2002. Yes, new games ran a little slow at the time, but it did pretty well.
We should be getting 4Kx2K for $1,000 and this monitor should have come out years ago, but manufacturers are addicted to all the money they make from continually selling the same thing. (Blaming the economy is a lame excuse.)
As far as desktop use is concerned, I'm sure anyone running Windows 7 could plug in an 8Kx4K monitor right now and run a web browser just fine.
You would just need a (currently fictional) PCI-E 2.0 cable to transmit the necessary 80 Gbps, and PCI-E 3.0 could do 120hz!
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Finally TVs are starting to look better than PC monitors. Pricey, not sure why. My screen is $200 new 23" 1920x1080. i guess $5300 for 9 more inches??!?

1x displayport and 2x HDMI with no coaxial cable port is a television? I would consider this thing a monitor.

My thought as well. Hopefully that means input delay won't be too bad.

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I wonder if we'll have OLED competition for this by the time it actually drops to consumer levels. I'm thinking I'll be satisfied with 3x1200p or 2560x1440 until there's a proper OLED monitor to replace them. Resolution-wise I'm happy for the moment since it's difficult enough to run 3x1200p, no need to try 3x4k any time soon.

And that's the question of the day. They've been promising OLED panels for years and years, and when they do come it will be the biggest jump in image quality since plasma screens.
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Here is ALMOST the detail you will achieve. I recommend you zoom in on them. I use this resolution as a method of antialiasing but If I could actually display it.
( working on a projector surround setup to attempt something close to it )




I know TWD is a bad example. Its just awesome.
Edited by Xinoxide - 11/28/12 at 7:24pm
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I think we can reasonably expect IGZO to win out over OLED. It's cheaper, more reliable, more scalable and offers better ppi. Plus IGZO has inherent momentum, as it's closer to the current design of LCDs than OLEDs, meaning less to change at the factory.


There are also many types of 4K, and they're all 4K:
  • Digital Cinema 4K (2.39:1 AR): 3996x1714
  • 4K HD a.k.a. "Quad HD" a.k.a. UHD (16:9 AR): 3840x2160
  • Digital Cinema 4K (1.85:1 AR): 3996x2160
  • Digital Cinema 4K (1.9:1 AR): 4096x2160
  • 4K Super 166 (1.66:1 AR): 4096x2468
  • Academy 4K (1.37:1 AR): 3656x2664
  • Full Aperture 4K (1.32:1 AR): 4096x3072
  • 4K Super 178 (16:9 AR): 4096x2304
post #84 of 286
I don't think I'll be moving much beyond 1080p this decade, except for my current 1152p or maybe a move to 21:9. Of course I won't mind grabbing a GPU built for 4k, it will max games @ 1080p for quite a while. It would be like buying a GTX 680 4GB for 720p, it would last the life of the rig [4-5 years].

4k is nice, but still.
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Now how about 3 of these in Eyefinity.
Crossfire doesn't support 8GPU's yet. lachen.gif
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Now how about 3 of these in Eyefinity.
Crossfire doesn't support 8GPU's yet. lachen.gif

3 - 4 GPU's would get the job done with ease. It's called 7970's.
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3 - 4 GPU's would get the job done with ease. It's called 7970's.

25 million pixels (three of these screens) would bring four 7970's to their knees.
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Those saying there is no content for this monitor... you are not the target customer for this. Enjoy your 1080p screens while the rest of us (those who use monitors for more than TV and gaming) move onward.
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$5500, that was about what I was expecting. I just may have to get one of these. Unless they ruin it with horrid pixel response times and/or input lag.
4K at 31.5" would be a pretty epic picture. I figure my system in my sig could run it fairly decent. I can get 130+ FPS on my current 1440 display which is 3.7m pixels. The 4K screen is 8.3m, or about 2.27 times as many pixels, so I should still be able to hold a min of 60 FPS on this 60 Hz screen without changing anything.
The killer thing about this screen is of course not having to deal with the Eyefinity/Surround nightmare and associated SLI/crossfire problems on multi-monitor setups, single monitor connection (DP) and of course the killer PPI on one contiguous screen surface with no bezels to worry about.

Came into this thread thinking 5.5k not bad.

Left happy because of your response devil.gif
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Those saying there is no content for this monitor... you are not the target customer for this. Enjoy your 1080p screens while the rest of us (those who use monitors for more than TV and gaming) move onward.

ftfy.

yummy pizels.
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25 million pixels (three of these screens) would bring four 7970's to their knees.

I would have to disagree. If my single 7870 can drive 10 megapixels with acceptable quality and frame rate then 3 to 4 7970's should have no problems running 3x 4K screens with pretty good quality and frame rate. One would just have to think when setting visual settings and not just push the sliders to ultra without looking what these do - for example, at such ppi the x16 AA which is usually applied by "ultra" settings is pointless.

For example, a Source engine (relatively old as it is) gives me ~158 fps with max gfx settings at 5400x1920
Metro 2033 runs at medium settings in DX 11 mode at approx 35 fps
Crysis I have not measured at 5400x1920 (the bench does not want to run at that reso although game itself runs fine) runs smooth with high settings

and these numbers are with a single Club3D 7870 Eyefinity 6 card at stock settings.
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