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You're not understanding me at all here.
I'll try and make it more simple, to avoid confusion.

When most people see 4k they think it has 4k vertical pixels.
This is because the industry standard right now is 720p and 1080p which refer to vertical pixels.
The logical conclusion is to think "4000p" for 4k.
But 4k does not have ~4,000 vertical pixels. It has close to 2,000 or 2k.

It is unfair to say we are jumping from 1080p to 4k because we are not.
We are jumping from 1080p to 2k, or 1920p to 4k.

Fight the powers that be, man. If most people can't educate themselves that it is a different measuring system, that's their problem. Resolution is no longer measure in vertical pixels, simple as that. rolleyes.gif
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People are dumb animals...
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post #162 of 426
what about eyefinity with 3 of these lmao
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I loved the Policeman at the end "I need the first 34 people to line up behind that yellow marker!" He must of had 200 rush in. lol
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what about eyefinity with 3 of these lmao

11,520 x 6,480

You better have quad-sli Titan.

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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

You're not understanding me at all here.
I'll try and make it more simple, to avoid confusion.

When most people see 4k they think it has 4k vertical pixels.
This is because the industry standard right now is 720p and 1080p which refer to vertical pixels.
The logical conclusion is to think "4000p" for 4k.
But 4k does not have ~4,000 vertical pixels. It has close to 2,000 or 2k.

It is unfair to say we are jumping from 1080p to 4k because we are not.
We are jumping from 1080p to 2k, or 1920p to 4k.

Fight the powers that be, man. If most people can't educate themselves that it is a different measuring system, that's their problem. Resolution is no longer measure in vertical pixels, simple as that. rolleyes.gif
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People are dumb animals...

720p and 1080p is still the industry standard by far.
It will be awhile before 4k takes the reigns.

So actually.. resolution is still measured vertically.

Also, I'm not "fighting the powers that be".
I'm not fighting anything, at all, which is what is making you so concerned I think.

I don't care if the new name switches from 1080p to 4k. I'm happy to say "4k". It's nice and easy.
But it is still invalid to compare the numbers 1080 and 4k. They are apples and oranges.
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what about eyefinity with 3 of these lmao

You would need Kingpin sitting next to you poring LN2 over your quadfire 8970s or quad sli Titans!
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You would need Kingpin sitting next to you poring LN2 over your quadfire 8970s or quad sli Titans!

but with 8970s can do 5 in eyefinity haha
post #167 of 426
Lets hope they can do it without lag and stuttering. If so I'm sold!!!! and my titans will be too!!!! thumb.gif
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Problem with 4K is that if you like to completely max out your games you'll be forever restricted to buying nothing but the highest end of GPU's....
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Problem with 4K is that if you like to completely max out your games you'll be forever restricted to buying nothing but the highest end of GPU's....

We will see a gradual rise to 4k, not an immediate switch.

And honestly, mid-low end will be reserved for kicking ass @1080p. That size will be around for quite some time.
     
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post #170 of 426
You guys don't even know the refresh rate of this thing... Let alone the price.
If its 30Hz, not even looking at, which most likely the case.
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