Originally Posted by thestache
Yes we know. Catch up, you're really far behind and if you read the thread plus the other 4K threads you'd know what everyone else knows.
It uses MST to achieve 60hz. It already been confirmed. But since you don't understand that either, it splits into two, runs surround or eyefinity and you'll be forced to use Vsync like I said. It's because of the monitor not the cable, not then display output, not the pixel clock or DP 1.2s capabilities.
It will exist and is acceptable just not ideal.
It's a small compromise for a cheap and early 4K screen.
Yes we know. But it will work and the fix is coming so it's a mute point because the monitor isn't out yet.
This is not a small compromise, but a big compromise:
- Vsync introduces mouse-lag and I do not use it for years.
- Set the nvidia driver to simulate a surround on 2 monitor is the worst of the worst in terms of management of the drivers themselves.
Currently I use a surround configuration (triple monitor) and the transition to single monitor 4k I wanted to do right not to work more with nvidia surround 'cause they are less stable than the single monitor.
The nvidia drivers work better on single monitor, so you know that is a joke that I take a 4k monitor to go back to a single monitor and to use it at 60hz I must set the driver in surround as if I had more monitors, this is insane.
Looks like a jack ass because most likely setting the driver surround to 2 monitors (virtual) I would have more problems than they have today with the surround on 3 monitors. (real)
And then if we add that my pc, my gpu, my connection is easily able to manage and send a signal to 60hz 4k but despite this I find myself swearing with the drivers because the monitor is designed with the ass and forces me to set up a surround that does not exist, the situation becomes even more ridiculous.Edited by slied1965 - 7/9/13 at 5:25am