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NVIDIA's Latest GPU Crams 4K Images On 1080p Displays! by Boondawg
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The new GeForce GTX 980:



The Lowdown:
http://www.engadget.com/201...A-Maxwell-flagships/
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Impressive!
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pretty cool card.. But at $550 a pop! I won't be upgrading my duel 680 setup anytime soon.
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Gee, and I thought my 27" RCA glass television was good enough.
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Kids today and their fancy toys.

in my day..... and we were damned happy about it.
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Originally posted by Nurb432:

Kids today and their fancy toys.

in my day..... and we were damned happy about it.


I agree. How much more clear can you get video and why? Its really that important to try and surpass the clarity of the human eye when viewing something? Hell, I was happy with DOS games and block characters.
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Originally posted by IMSA GT:


I agree. How much more clear can you get video and why? .


Well if you are pushing more than the display can actually do, it wont be any better, just a waste of energy ( and perhaps not as clear due to the interpolation that is happening.. )

I know a lot of people ( most likely myself too ) that cant tell the difference between high end HD and this 4k stuff... Sure its 'better' on paper but if you cant tell, so what..

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Originally posted by Nurb432:


Well if you are pushing more than the display can actually do, it wont be any better, just a waste of energy ( and perhaps not as clear due to the interpolation that is happening.. )

I know a lot of people ( most likely myself too ) that cant tell the difference between high end HD and this 4k stuff... Sure its 'better' on paper but if you cant tell, so what..



I work with TVs all day, and if FHD(1080p) or SD(below 1080p) is played on a UHD(4k) set I really can't tell a difference, but watching 4k content on a 4k set I can see a difference compared to 1080p content on a 1080p display. BUT, the biggest difference I see is GOOD motion smoothing on a quality panel.
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