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post #101 of 105
These early 4K screens aren't that great. The panes are still immature and the connectivity needs to be expanded. Id give it a year or two before good 4K screens start coming to the market.
Besides, that price. I can build an epic build with that money.
post #102 of 105
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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

The guys at Puget Systems did, and said it doesn't actually work as you have to use a DVI to HDMI adapter (or something), or that HDMI current revision will not support half of a 4K screen @ 60Hz, so you're limited to 30Hz. This apparently ends up giving you a screen that is half 60hz and half 30hz.

That's interesting, thanks for the info.

Looked into it and yeah it's because of the limited bandwidth of the adapter so if you were running SLI it could work fine but with any single card or AMD setup it simply won't work.

So a dual HDMI 4K monitor is a niche product for a specific niche, not really feasible.
    
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post #103 of 105
Those prices drop, i'm spending all the money. Selling my car and walking to work.
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Those prices drop, i'm spending all the money. Selling my car and walking to work.
post #105 of 105
glad I got a 1440p ASUS a while back. Should hold me ok until these become cheaper/better and I can afford card upgrades.
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