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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

A 10-bit encode for animated content? That seems rather silly. Animated content doesn't have the colour depth to make use of 10-bit colour.

Virtual 4K is stupid, you can do "virtual 4K" with all current monitors now. It "works" but it's like advertising a watermelon as "trans-fat free!" Technically true, but the statement is of no value. And yes, it would be compatible with DisplayPort.

Believe it or not, it remains quite a popular system. Even Studio Ghibli use it for their Blu-rays in Japan.
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by bloodr0se View Post

Believe it or not, it remains quite a popular system. Even Studio Ghibli use it for their Blu-rays in Japan.
I see. I think I have mistaking encoding in 10-bit, versus having the content itself outputting a 10-bit signal.

Doing the research, encoding in 10bit has benefits; however, even 10-bit encoded videos do not output a 10-bit video signal.
post #13 of 17
well i got mine, i love it, 2 stuck pixels that i can only see if screen grey to black, any other color they seem to work? or atleast i literally can not find them. one red that shows up, but he green is really hard for me to find. i can't see the edge bleed until i blackout my room and play a black screen, even during dark movies in the dark it just doesn't stand out. i know if you overclock them they just start skipping frames, so never even tried. i don't see a 4K setting in my control panel, i think it only works with DisplayPort, but thats in the mail... i love it, its a great monitor! the blacks are black, whites are white and has great skin tones, best i have ever owned anyways. thumb.gif
post #14 of 17
its got 10bit with crossfired HD7970's....
post #15 of 17
Just noticed this "second edition" model http://m.ebay.com/itm?itemId=111380363963 . They claim that Qnix fixed the frame skipping in this model. Could this be true? Does someone have this monitor?
post #16 of 17
Yes, in the second edition they claim that the frame skipping in the overclocking is gone.
By the way, i think that it's still better to buy the SE of the Samsung panel version maybe.
Only for the fact that *maybe* the samsung panel does a better job IMHO.
But i don't know.
post #17 of 17
I just got the overhauled edition of the 2710 dpmulti true 10 and it overclocks to 96hz without skipping frames. 120hz on the other hand would be far fetched. anyhow 96hz for 300 bucks is awesome
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