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4K monitors make a lot more sense for tasks like photo and video editing vs gaming where pinpoint detail and screen real estate matter more frequently. This is compounded by the usually "small" screen sizes of 4K monitors. Outside of games with consistent static objects I can't see the point. A high quality 4K TV (>40'') with low latency would be another story.

So you don't see the point of higher clarity overall? Plenty of videos are 4k now as well online and it's a huge difference even while streaming. Every detail for every application being crisp is a huge plus as well and the real estate of snapping what is the equivalent of 4x 1080p windows at once is very helpful.. Also 'pinpoint' details are great when playing online games, especially games with large map sizes like Battlefield 4. Objects that were either jaggie messes or too hard to pick up on are now able to defined as a player or a plant, etc at distance with ease. I've been on 4k since December 2014 and cannot go back at this point.
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Great news although I wish they would have went with 32"+ for the prototype.

To run 144hz and 4k? We not even close to those #s yet ..........For now i would rather do 1080p/1440p at 144hz or 4k gaming at 60hz....LOL your gpu would be 0FPS trying to do 4k/144hz so its really nothing to see here
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The DP1.3 supports dual link protocol which allows for two DP's to connect to one monitor and produce 8k@60hz, needless to say 4k 144hz 4:4:4 is possible or it could be DP1.4 wich has extra bandwith for HDR which can probably be used to get the extra 24hz. there is always a way around.

Thats true I forgot about dual linking two DP cables into a monitor. They wont use DP1.4 though since there are no graphics cards that have a 1.4 port on them. We wont see that till next gen sadly since we are just barely getting DP1.3 right now with the cards just released and soon to be released. Unless DP1.4 is a minor update and can be done via firmware? It looks like it mostly deals with enabling new compression standards to transport more bandwidth rather than new wiring and port protocols.
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Is there a noticeable difference between 1440p and 4k while gaming on a 27-28 inch monitor?
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4K monitors make a lot more sense for tasks like photo and video editing vs gaming where pinpoint detail and screen real estate matter more frequently. This is compounded by the usually "small" screen sizes of 4K monitors. Outside of games with consistent static objects I can't see the point. A high quality 4K TV (>40'') with low latency would be another story.


Not everybody has garbage eyesight. I like my 28" 4k Samsung, its nice and smooth. Admittedly when I got it it needed a 290X and 295x2 to keep the frames up... but its nice and smooth to my eyes.

27" sounds a little compact but if your monitor is just beyond your keyboard it's right at the point where you can perceive all of the screen between your blind spots.
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To run 144hz and 4k? We not even close to those #s yet ..........For now i would rather do 1080p/1440p at 144hz or 4k gaming at 60hz....LOL your gpu would be 0FPS trying to do 4k/144hz so its really nothing to see here

I'd imagine Big P will be out way before this is released, but GTX 1080 or certainly 1080 SLi could use this right now. Especially with g-sync. If you consider anything over 60 a benefit.


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Sweet, but I would wait for this one:

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[TFT Central] Asus Prototype - The First 4K 144Hz IPS Monitor with DP 1.3


edit: read article, seems like they'll be running ips right off the bat. strange the box don't say ips confused.gif
Edited by wermad - 6/1/16 at 6:27pm
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Is there a noticeable difference between 1440p and 4k while gaming on a 27-28 inch monitor?

Yes but it really depends on the game. If aliasing bothers you at all it's a very nice upgrade. AA can only do so much unfortunately. At 1080p I always ran at least 8x msaa or the absolute best my gpu could handle before being brought down to it's knees.
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Is there a noticeable difference between 1440p and 4k while gaming on a 27-28 inch monitor?

Greater than the difference you noticed from 1080 to 1440, Streaming especially.


I'm glad to hear this but I just keep thinking this monitor requires two high end GPUs like GTX 1080's or equivalent in order to maintain and make use of near 144 Hz refresh rate.

I currently have a 4K 60 Hz monitor and one Fury is giving me 45 FPS avg with 30 FPS lows gaming. Pretty much same can be had with one 980Ti at 4K from what I've seen in benchmarks. I'm just looking for a single GPU that can push an average of 60 FPS with 45 FPS lows @4K and I will have to wait for Vega.

This monitor will be too rich for my blood on release to purchase and maintain to be able to enjoy gaming. I don't want to be forced into two GPU's again In order to do so. It wouldn't make the experience any better than where I'm currently at 4K 60 Hz 60 FPS with singe GPU.

It's a good thing though as I thought it would take longer to appear. Not nearly as long of a time gap as it was from 1440 60Hz and 1440 144 Hz.
     
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No matter the refresh rate, it's still only a 27" IPS. rolleyes.gif

Plus it's an ASUS display, meaning we won't see it until 2018. tongue.gif
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