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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 04-18-2019, 01:37 AM
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afaik they only work for storage. Even if they manage to get full support for egpu etc, I wouldn't expect Intel to certify it and loose cpu sales.
Intel released the TB standard as free and certification free.
This was partially done because apple pushed them to do it.
I expect AMD to utilise it as well at some point as I expect apple will ask them to.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Defoler View Post
Intel released the TB standard as free and certification free.
This was partially done because apple pushed them to do it.
I expect AMD to utilise it as well at some point as I expect apple will ask them to.
Yeah a couple weeks after my post usb 4 was announced
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Even though the LED back-lighting sounds amazing, who cares about a 6K res. at 16:9? When are we getting the next 21:9 monitor upgrade? Currently the best one is the 37.5" panel that has a resolution of 3840x1600 at 75 Hz which has been out for over two years now. The next step up should be something like a 41.5" panel with a resolution of 5120×2160 at 75 Hz or greater. Hopefully all the big panel makers haven't forgotten about us ultra-wide fans.
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Even though the LED back-lighting sounds amazing, who cares about a 6K res. at 16:9? When are we getting the next 21:9 monitor upgrade? Currently the best one is the 37.5" panel that has a resolution of 3840x1600 at 75 Hz which has been out for over two years now. The next step up should be something like a 41.5" panel with a resolution of 5120×2160 at 75 Hz or greater. Hopefully all the big panel makers haven't forgotten about us ultra-wide fans.
I keep seeing 6K listed as a source resolution for Hollywood movies, the cameras are out there and at least some people will be working with 6K footage, but for the average video editor I’m assuming they just want more workspace around a native 4K image.

Really they should just move straight to 8K, but I guess if your primary demographic is 4K editing then 8K might require too large of a screen to keep native resolution playback at a comfortable size for critique.
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Even though the LED back-lighting sounds amazing, who cares about a 6K res. at 16:9? When are we getting the next 21:9 monitor upgrade? Currently the best one is the 37.5" panel that has a resolution of 3840x1600 at 75 Hz which has been out for over two years now. The next step up should be something like a 41.5" panel with a resolution of 5120×2160 at 75 Hz or greater. Hopefully all the big panel makers haven't forgotten about us ultra-wide fans.
You have the LG 34WK95U-W. 5120x2160 at 60hz.
Those panels are still massively expensive, so until they get better manufacturing process, we won't see big 21:9 updates.


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I keep seeing 6K listed as a source resolution for Hollywood movies, the cameras are out there and at least some people will be working with 6K footage, but for the average video editor I’m assuming they just want more workspace around a native 4K image.

Really they should just move straight to 8K, but I guess if your primary demographic is 4K editing then 8K might require too large of a screen to keep native resolution playback at a comfortable size for critique.
I agree with you, we don't need to mess around with all these 16:9 5K, 6K, etc. monitors. Just go from 4K to 8K. I mean most cinematographers, large-scale YouTubers, etc. are filming with RED's DSMC2 camera's which shoot natively at 8K. So I think there isn't really a big reason to be wasting time on 16:9 5K and 6K panels at this point.

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You have the LG 34WK95U-W. 5120x2160 at 60hz.
Those panels are still massively expensive, so until they get better manufacturing process, we won't see big 21:9 updates.
Yes, that monitor has a great resolution for 21:9 at 5120 x 2160. But 34" is just way too small. I'm not sure why they would try and pack such a big resolution on such a small monitor. The PPI is was too dense. They should have gone up to 40" - 42" at least. I would be surprised if anyone even buys that monitor, I had the same feelings of disappointment when it was announced. I will be very sad if panel makers actually have abandoned 21:9.
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Good luck processing 8k footage. There is never such a thing as too high pixel density. 5k is great because most modern GPUs can run 1440p, = perfect 1/2 scaling, with good performance. With 8k you're stuck with 1/2 = 4k R.I.P. GPU or 1/4 = 1080p bleh. 6k at least you get a 1/2 = 3k.
For photos higher resolution is better but 8k is definitely more costly to make than 5-6k. And good luck getting good viewing angles past 32" even with IPS.

These 4k+ monitors are for specific customers.
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Good luck processing 8k footage. There is never such a thing as too high pixel density. 5k is great because most modern GPUs can run 1440p, = perfect 1/2 scaling, with good performance. With 8k you're stuck with 1/2 = 4k R.I.P. GPU or 1/4 = 1080p bleh. 6k at least you get a 1/2 = 3k.
For photos higher resolution is better but 8k is definitely more costly to make than 5-6k. And good luck getting good viewing angles past 32" even with IPS.

These 4k+ monitors are for specific customers.
It doesn't work like that. You don't make it easier on the GPU if you scale. GPUs render 5K even if you scale the GUI 200%. They also render 8K no problem. Even video rendering of 8K is just fine on TITAN RTX. No issues. (Premiere)
6K is there as it is enough to give you 1600px height at ~30-32" as usual to be integer scaled (rendered at 6K, downscaled to GUI viewport of 2560x1600 (yes, 16:10). Viewport DPI vs display PPI is 1/2 then. Dell's 8K is somewhat in a strange place - either 1/3 or 1/2, one being too large for typical DPI, one being to small. Added sharpness is there, of course but not sure if for much perceptible benefits.

It's not meant for gaming, but you can game on 8K too; older or simpler (graphically) games like Diablo 3, HotS or StarCraft work great on 5K (150ish fps or more on 2080Ti)

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Yeah but why stop there, lets go to 10K. Ridiculous. this doesn't add anything gaming wise. Bring back 3D Please. Much more immersive than this constant resolution jump. It's still flat 2D

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