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27" is little too small for me, it is almost same height as my old 24" 16:10 monitor, and I like to watch monitor from 1 meter
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It's funny because I'm stuck in the same boat. I'm ready to move up to 31.5" but I'm worried 1440P is going to look horrendous compared to my 27" 4k panel.

Have you found any monitors you like? I require high refresh rate so I'm pretty much stuck to 1440.

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nope like I said 0,25-0,26 pixel size would be ideal for me and size above 29" but there is not that kind of monitor. What percentage of scaling do you use ona that 27" 4k display?

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I use 150%, I have a triple monitor setup with the 4k on the left so I tend to be a good 3 feet from it. If you sit with your nose on it maybe 125% would do.

Everything looks unbelievably crisp though, especially games. GTA V at 4K with MSAA at 2x I can put my nose to the screen and even the tiny distant objects barely shimmer at all.

Fonts in Debian (linux) look vastly superior to what I get in windows though, if that type of thing is your concern.

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If pixels were triangular quantum fractals generated more densely only when needed, dot pitch wouldn't matter. For example a solid color would only need a few thousand of these pixels, whereas a complex pattern would require millions (quantum). That way we could have displays with continuously variable "pixels" that could range from 1080p on one section of an image of the screen to perhaps 10K +

Wow, I just blew my mind.... why can't something like this be a reality?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpi%C5%84ski_triangle
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But of course your own images are all generated using square pixels, so we're right back where we started .

I get what you mean and that would be crazy, but how such a thing would be done isn't going to come from my mind !!

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Quote: Originally Posted by aweir View Post
If pixels were triangular quantum fractals generated more densely only when needed, dot pitch wouldn't matter. For example a solid color would only need a few thousand of these pixels, whereas a complex pattern would require millions (quantum). That way we could have displays with continuously variable "pixels" that could range from 1080p on one section of an image of the screen to perhaps 10K +

Wow, I just blew my mind.... why can't something like this be a reality?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpi%C5%84ski_triangle
Get a 4k/8k panel, install preview Win10 1903, use the "new" (forgot how they call it) method of rendering where each part of image is of different quality = detail = resolution as needed, it's in the latest DX update, Vulkan don't know probably too or will be.

They would not be triangles as that's not practical or useful. They would be square pixels.
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Get a 4k/8k panel, install preview Win10 1903, use the "new" (forgot how they call it) method of rendering where each part of image is of different quality = detail = resolution as needed, it's in the latest DX update.
Can you link this, where did you read?
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I read it today again but damn it's not easy to remember. Adaptive rate shading or something, the new Navi supposedly doesn't have this so you need Turing.

Yeah Variable rate shading, content and motion adaptive shading, ...

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...ed,5801-9.html
https://techreport.com/review/34269/...e-new-colossus

Vulkan has it since it's extensions same as OGL so it gets features faster and from the "maker". No need to wait for M$ to wake up and add it to DX. Or NVAPI it seems.

That means you can have different quality for different parts of image based on what ever parameters you want, complexity, motion, ... Save performance where it's not needed much and use it elsewhere.

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With a single exception, there also aren’t any new graphics features. Navi does not include any hardware ray tracing support, nor does it support variable rate pixel shading. AMD is aware of the demands for these, and hardware support for ray tracing is in their roadmap for RDNA 2 (the architecture formally known as “Next Gen”). But none of that is present here.
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