Originally Posted by maarten12100
The inputs aren't the thing lacking it is the transceiver and the Tcon that lack.
HDMI is 3 lanes physical so that remained exactly the same.
Thanks for the clarification. Still think it's fair to say that the screen is limited by HDMI.
Originally Posted by Stay Puft
Has anyone seen 4K gaming at 30hz? How does it look?
There's a number of reviews floating around - I know PCPer did one, and there's a couple decent amateur reviews on Amazon and even OCN (though for a different chinese brand).
I set my monitor to 30 Hz for a week to see what it felt like, and it wasn't good enough for me. It was usable, and I could even game OK, but it always left me wanting more, and I know that if I purchased that Seiki I'd still be wanting a 60 Hz screen, so I just decided to save my $700 and wait.
Originally Posted by mboner1
Yeah, that's pretty dodgy, especially @ 3 and a half grand to be pulling those types of marketing tricks.
4k looks like it will be issue laden for awhile longer for gamers at least. I reckon it's still 2 or 3 yrs before i will be considering it seriously and before it's properly supported and functioning.
The ASUS monitor at $3.5k does do 60 Hz via DisplayPort or two HDMI inputs. It's the Seiki and other HDMI-only 4k TVs that cannot do 60 Hz (to my knowledge, even the expensive 4k TVs don't do 60 Hz).