Originally Posted by brightbus
Where do you get this 10% number from? That's more than double the pixels. While less pixels than a 2560x1440x3 eyefinity/surround setup, its gonna take some high end graphics cards to get usable frames.
The difference between 120hz and 60hz. Think about it, the Asus is 8294400 pixels over a sample of 60hz where my Qnix is 3686400 pixels over a 120hz sample. Simply stating that 120hz is double 60hz(duh) you can just multiply the pixels by 2 to get commonly divisible factors making the Qnix 7372800. Then divide the two together to get a percentage difference and it is actually 8.8 percent less than i originally thought. This is simple algebra applied to display processing points and is going to be quite accurate unless there is some unknown variable that is affecting the processing of frames variables at a different rate than the overall pixel count. Here is a visual. Someone correct me if i am wrong but this is taking all possibly viewable pixels into account.
2560x1440x120 / 3840x2160x60 = 8.8888888
Is this wrong? Any monitor engineers here that want to chime in?
Not trying to be a smart ass but merely explain where i got the 10 percent (errrrr 8.8 percent) Edited by Spartan F8 - 6/2/13 at 10:32pm