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don't forget OLED and 16:10 ratio thumb.gif

no 21:10
post #82 of 166
I cannot wait for this tech to settle for 5 minutes, right now we are in-between standard, and even before the cement dries and we get any saturation on DP1.2 here comes DP1.3

This cycle and early adopter, we normally see is trashed today because the next best thing is not awaiting it's turn in line. Not saying it's a bad thing, it's just chaos and no one feels good that their purchase will be good for even a year now. We had HDTV 1080P TV's and peropherals, Production Cameras, DVR's etc, the entire pipeline for several years.

Now the entire pipeline has had a bomb dropped on it. With nothing sure except digital media.

My point is that I'm not so sure we are going to get anywhere near as long a timeframe with 4K... Hence no forthcoming news on 4K content except for Sony who has been doing that content for 12 years, has the only player and is converting it's movies for it's content library. but nothing from the rest of the industry.

Normal Tech cycle


Compressed Tech Cycle

Edited by Ghoxt - 1/5/14 at 7:17am
post #83 of 166
Not really, DP 1.2 gets entirely saturated with just a single 4K monitor at 60 Hz. DP 1.3 is really needed for display enhancements like 4K @ 120 Hz/3D etc...
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Not really, DP 1.2 gets entirely saturated with just a single 4K monitor at 60 Hz. DP 1.3 is really needed for display enhancements like 4K @ 120 Hz/3D etc...

Hows your little side project going? wink.gif
post #85 of 166
This 1.3 standard can be supported by actual monitors and VGA by a Firmware / Driver update or required specific hardware ?
post #86 of 166
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G-SYNCED 3D 120Hz 4K 32 inch monitor over display port 1.3 yo.


Is that too much to ask? rolleyes.gif

So far, sadly, it seems to be. All this 4k news from CES is depressing me when we can't even get 120Hz 3d @ 1440p. As a *long time* user of 3d for gaming, I'm just not convinced that any number of pixels can make up for the loss of depth. I can't see myself jumping on board any of these new monitor technologies until they make one that runs 120Hz 3d. Until then, I'm stuck at 1080p.
post #87 of 166
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So far, sadly, it seems to be. All this 4k news from CES is depressing me when we can't even get 120Hz 3d @ 1440p. As a *long time* user of 3d for gaming, I'm just not convinced that any number of pixels can make up for the loss of depth. I can't see myself jumping on board any of these new monitor technologies until they make one that runs 120Hz 3d. Until then, I'm stuck at 1080p.
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post #88 of 166
What exactly does DP offer that HDMI and DVI don't?
post #89 of 166
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What exactly does DP offer that HDMI and DVI don't?

With DP 1.2:
- Far more bandwidth
- Smaller connectors (MiniDP only, MiniHDMI excluded)
- Ability to daisy chain monitors
- Ability to split a single connector with a hub to split into multiple monitors
- Can pack far more of them on a GPU (See: any Eyefinity Edition card, 6990, 7990)
- Better "clip" style vs DVI's screw in and HDMI's lack of securing style (Full size DP only)
- Support for resolutions higher than 2560x1600 (DVI's Limit)
- Support for refresh rates greater than 30hz at 4k (HDMI 1.4's limit)
- And best of all it is a royalty free standard, which means it cost vendors nothing to use it. HDMI comes with a fee for each connector used.

With DP 1.3:
- All of DP 1.2's advantages
- Support for VESA standard "V-Blank" (FreeSYNC requirement, G-Sync competitor)
- Support for 8k
- Support for 4k 3D

HDMI 2.0 fixes the refresh rate issue, but doesn't change anything else. the problem is that HDMI is the standard in the Home Theater space and DVI is still the standard for PC's despite it's limitations.
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post #90 of 166
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With DP 1.2:
- Far more bandwidth
- Smaller connectors (MiniDP only, MiniHDMI excluded)
- Ability to daisy chain monitors
- Ability to split a single connector with a hub to split into multiple monitors
- Can pack far more of them on a GPU (See: any Eyefinity Edition card, 6990, 7990)
- Better "clip" style vs DVI's screw in and HDMI's lack of securing style (Full size DP only)
- Support for resolutions higher than 2560x1600 (DVI's Limit)
- Support for refresh rates greater than 30hz at 4k (HDMI 1.4's limit)
- And best of all it is a royalty free standard, which means it cost vendors nothing to use it. HDMI comes with a fee for each connector used.

With DP 1.3:
- All of DP 1.2's advantages
- Support for VESA standard "V-Blank" (FreeSYNC requirement, G-Sync competitor)
- Support for 8k
- Support for 4k 3D

HDMI 2.0 fixes the refresh rate issue, but doesn't change anything else. the problem is that HDMI is the standard in the Home Theater space and DVI is still the standard for PC's despite it's limitations.

Well, I thought it was pretty useless as I haven't seen a TV or monitor with a DP port, but I'm impressed.
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