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post #41 of 64 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 02:06 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Lee Patekar View Post
The average CRT monitors could not display anything near 1080p correctly, let alone 4K. You'd get distortions on the screen and the worst kind of annoying noise you've ever heard. Some high end CRTs could hit 1080 levels of resolution but you needed a good cable and deep pockets. They were advertised as such.

You're re-inventing history with rose tinted glasses methinks.
Interesting. I did not say anything about displaying correctly or not..... just simply that they could produce that resolution.

Rose tinted glasses are just about as out dated as CRT monitors, perhaps you should invest in surgery or at least contact lenses.


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Interesting. I did not say anything about displaying correctly or not..... just simply that they could produce that resolution.
That's politician speak. Backpedal all you want, CRTs were not displaying 4K and it wasn't due to video cards.
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That's not true at all. Many CRT offered 2560x1440 resolution. There where a ton of factors besides the video cards.... such as windows in them times offered recommended resolutions of only 1024x768.

I simply stated they where capable of it. I didn't say anything about how well they performed at all, that is your insulation to back hand comment anything a person may say about a CRT being capable of running a "4K" resolution which is actually 2560x1440.

CRTs are awesome. Infinite bit depth and nice color gamut. Good contrast too.

Again, said capable of display. Never said anything about it being a good choice or won't have issues. Just simply capable.


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That's not true at all. Many CRT offered 2560x1440 resolution. There where a ton of factors besides the video cards.... such as windows in them times offered recommended resolutions of only 1024x768.

I simply stated they where capable of it. I didn't say anything about how well they performed at all, that is your insulation to back hand comment anything a person may say about a CRT being capable of running a "4K" resolution which is actually 2560x1440.

CRTs are awesome. Infinite bit depth and nice color gamut. Good contrast too.

Again, said capable of display. Never said anything about it being a good choice or won't have issues. Just simply capable.
.... ok, well, for one thing, "4K" is 3840x2160, or UHD. Editing 4K, or "true" 4K is 4096x2160.

2560x1440 is QHD.
1920x1080 is FHD or "2K".
1280x720 is HD.

VGA as a connection standard could not handle 2560x1440, let alone 3840x2160, and while CRTs do not have a "native" resolution, not being able to produce every pixel every frame independently would make them incapable of projecting the requested image.

CRTs also do not have infinite bit depth because their controllers and connection standards do not, regardless of what is theoretical.

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That's not true at all. Many CRT offered 2560x1440 resolution. There where a ton of factors besides the video cards.... such as windows in them times offered recommended resolutions of only 1024x768.

I simply stated they where capable of it. I didn't say anything about how well they performed at all, that is your insulation to back hand comment anything a person may say about a CRT being capable of running a "4K" resolution which is actually 2560x1440.

CRTs are awesome. Infinite bit depth and nice color gamut. Good contrast too.

Again, said capable of display. Never said anything about it being a good choice or won't have issues. Just simply capable.
CRTs largely did not have a good color gamut, lol.

Most CRTs couldn't even display all of srgb.

Some real early color TVs had a surprisingly wide gamut. This didn't last. The reason being that it made the set much more dim. So there was a trade off made. I can't even imagine a CRT with as wide of a gamut as some of the new quantum dot sets.
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Example display modes (dual link):
  • QXGA (2,048 × 1,536) @ 72 Hz with CVT blanking (2 × 163 MHz)
  • HDTV (1,920 × 1,080) @ 120 Hz with CVT-RB blanking (2 × 143 MHz)
  • WUXGA (1,920 × 1,200) @ 120 Hz with CVT-RB blanking (2 × 154 MHz)
  • WQXGA (2,560 × 1,600) @ 60 Hz with CVT-RB blanking (2 × 135 MHz)
  • WQUXGA (3,840 × 2,400) @ 30 Hz with CVT-RB blanking (2 × 146 MHz)
CRT's did have some advantages. 0 ms response times, no "Glow" or "backlight bleading" and better viewing angles.

And this never happened on a CRT.
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And this never happened on a CRT.
Taking in mind that those are compression artifacts a CRT wouldn't help at all. The stream was utter garbage.

It is known.

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9900k is the best GAMING HEDT CPU, this benchmark means nothing about gaming. I game at 1k @ 444fps with it. End of story.
Fixed that for you.

Oh and by the way, I hear Nvidia and Intel are teaming up to introduce a new resolution standard called "backwards engineered graphics" featuring 240x120 @over 1000 FPS on all titles. You should be thrilled!!

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4k on a crt would need some truly insane control circuitry for the electron gun, lol.
You'd need something that outputs the brightness of the sun as well to be able to see the image through the mask lol.

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Fixed that for you.

Oh and by the way, I hear Nvidia and Intel are teaming up to introduce a new resolution standard called "backwards engineered graphics" featuring 240x120 @over 1000 FPS on all titles. You should be thrilled!!
He's mocking the clown that said something just as stupid in another thread the other day.
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