That is interesting, what monitor did your friend have.
I feel like modern day LCD (even moreso with OLED) look so much more crystal clear than CRT used to and now with these high refresh rates the motion and movement is 10x better.
They have already announced 49 and 77 inch models for 2023 so I would think they would have announced 42 as well if it was coming in 2023.
There are some concerns around text color fringing with the current pixel structure of QD-OLED.
Anything over 1800 watts is going to trip that breaker, and that is 1800 watts on the whole run, so whenever the breaker flips and power is lost, whatever is down at that time is on that same run and cannot go over 1800 watts at any time or it will trip that breaker.
BTW I am not an electrician...
I would wait for ddr5 pricing to come down as well as some more pci-e gen 5 stuff to come out and then make your purchase.
I only recommend this since you seem like a 5 year builder (7700k) and if you are looking for future proof you are going to want this new technologies, it's just that they...
Came here to post TP link and TordanGow beat me to it.
I haven't reached your level just yet but I do see the writing on the wall.
I never got into their video stuff or their security stuff, never had any reason to.
I tried their UDM and UDM Pro lineup and ended up just re-purposing an old...
Honestly i would love to do a comparison between a g-sync monitor and just high refresh to really see what g-sync provides.
I was referring to a couple of games who have studdering with gsync where you have to make a custom game profile and disable g-sync and enable variable sync. the two for...
Yeah there is also the main fact that i could run the RVU setup on this and watch directv directly on the tv without the need for a box which is very interesting for me. I really think this is going to be the best option for me as a large computing and gaming monitor as the YT videos of...
Has anyone tried this, looking to get a new computer monitor and everything good 32-42 is like 800 bucks and if i am going to spend that kind of money i want some real HDR monitor with some real size.
I noticed the 900e/900f have 1080p@120hz which would be great for fps and also can switch over...
What RG did you get from ATT?
What wireless card do you have?
This is a nice cheap add-on to the RG's ATT usually uses I would try and place one in the room where you don't have to go through any walls.
Why am i loosing so much read bandwidth when moving to 1200mhz and only 1 bump up in CAS?
everthing else seems a bit slower on the 800mhz@cl9 but memory read is way up?
just doesn't make sense to me i thought speed was more important now a days and cas wasn't such a big hit.
Has anyone thought about using an RCA Y splitter to be the extra 2 channels on a 7.1 home audio setup?
I am probably going to go try this tomorrow.
I know this won't get me discrete rear and side seperation...