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Dell today announces a new 32-inch, 8K desktop monitor with 1.07 billion colors, aluminum construction, 100 percent coverage of the AdobeRGB and sRGB color gamuts, and a monster $4,999 price. The UP3218K has a resolution of 7680 x 4320 (for a pixel density of 280ppi), which is as many pixels as you’d get from four 4K displays or 16 Full HD panels.

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Runs off of 2x DP1.3 ports, 60hz, small details the article doesn't mention
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There's no point in 8K right now. No idea why they would do such thing.

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I've tried to run my 2x GTX 1070's on Firestrike @ 8k. Even on lowest settings, it chokes hard. This might work for the professional community, but don't even think about gaming on this sucker.



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Why not pick up 3 and do surround gaming...
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There's no point in 8K right now. No idea why they would do such thing.

There are tons of reasons why 8K is useful.

The film industry shoots a lot of video in 8K and being able to see video in its native resolution without having to down sample is pretty nice.

Professional cameras also shoot photos in a resolution that is slightly under or slightly above 4K, so they will also be able to see their photos at native resolution as well.

There are plenty of other work loads that simply require a crap ton of real estate.
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I've tried to run my 2x GTX 1070's on Firestrike @ 8k. Even on lowest settings, it chokes hard. This might work for the professional community, but don't even think about gaming on this sucker.
Given how Titan X Pascal handles 4K, I would think two of the next gen flagship GPUs can at least produce playable framerates at 8K. Prohibitively expensive, I know. But it's good to know that it'll most likely be doable by the end of the year.

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60Hz...... LOL

Photo realism just just revolve around pixel density, motion fluid-ness is very important as well. I guess this monitor is only useful for professional that do not do any video content. Only static pictures.

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I've tried to run my 2x GTX 1070's on Firestrike @ 8k. Even on lowest settings, it chokes hard. This might work for the professional community, but don't even think about gaming on this sucker.
Why not, just render at lower resolution and interpolate the rest. For games it really doesn't matter if it's high density or not, plus engines are finally starting to support variable quality so center could be 4k while the rest is 2k only for example.
What about 4k 120Hz+ mode? I guess still not on Dell's priorities.

Sure with this price tag and features it's a work monitor for companies with too much money.

Any indication as to who manufactures the panel? Considering the stuff we see from AUO, Samsung, LG? etc. is often quite garbage, or they are hoarding the best stuff and only mass produce the cheapest crap.
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I've tried to run my 2x GTX 1070's on Firestrike @ 8k. Even on lowest settings, it chokes hard. This might work for the professional community, but don't even think about gaming on this sucker.

Yeah but I also imagine that vram was an issue.

You can hit 8Gb of vram on 4K, so 8K probably needs something stupid like 20-30GB

It will be interesting to see what vega can do with 8K since the memory bandwidth and the capacity is so crazy high.
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