For sale are some spare computers:
Dell Inspiron 530S - $20
This is in rough cosmetic condition and it needs a new heatsink on the CPU
(the existing heatsink just kind of floats on top of the CPU and the screw posts
merely guide the heatsink into position). Otherwise it is in working condition...
Looking for either straight cash ($650) or trade with a comparable headphone (plus or minus cash depending on the trade)
that is more comfortable to wear. I really like the sound on these but the weight is a bit much sometimes.
This is the original Rev 1 run with the foam headband, but it...
For sale are Hitachi 7K2000 HDDs, 2 are available.
Each have about 800 hours of use on them.
Price is $42 for each drive. Shipping is $5.
Also for sale is a lot of 4x 2TB Samsung HD203WI HDDs, for a total of 8TB.
Will not split this lot.
Payment is by Paypal.
The above linked post to the Nvidia forums already posted an example from FTL on how GPU scaling butchers pixel graphics by applying interpolation without any option to turn it off.
What it's supposed to look like (pixel doubling): http://abload.de/img/4k-nearestb1r06.png
What the scaling...
Yes, my advice is, I'd ask to see more solid evidence of correct 1080P scaling
than a bunch of forum people saying "trust me" or "the result is all that matters"
before plunking down a few grand for a 4K TV. But hey it's your money.
While pixel doubling in both directions would seem to be the logical way to scale 1080P to 4K, this doesn't mean that TV manufacturers will do this or even support it as an option. They often apply some kind of processing to try to make TV content "look" better in 4K, whether that be smoothing...
Also VESA mounting is a concern here... the ACER uses a standard 100x100 hole pattern whereas the Samsung uses this weird hole pattern that requires an adapter that's sold separately (and not even available). I use a LCD arm so VESA mounting is a must...
Aside from the grainy AG it looks good; probably AG removal would work but
I don't want to risk ruining the monitor already. Since I'm using it as a secondary
monitor I decided to just live with the AG coating, at least until someone can confirm
that the AG coating can be removed without...
$170 -> $150 shipped OBO: Dell U2414H, used, no dead or stuck pixels, original shipping box
Note: NO STAND included so you should have your own stand or VESA mount
Qty: 2 available
$180 -> $160 shipped OBO: EVGA GTX 680, working fine in my living room gaming PC
Qty: 1 available
This is the...
It is not overclockable, above 60hz it frame skips, above 67hz and blank screen or signal not supported message on the LCD.
However, if you use the nvlddmkm patcher, you can overclock the DVI port beyond 30hz,
I was able to get it up to 52hz without artifacting using a fairly long DVI cable...
I received it; it works fine in 4K at 60 hz using displayport;
Dual Link DVI works at 4K but only at 30hz.
But I think the larger concern is the AG coating that they use,
it's been a long time since I've used a monitor with a super thick AG coating
and it's quite unpleasant, making solid...
I really like those Rackable Systems SE3016s that you can find for cheap on ebay.
Half depth so it doesn't take much room, and it's plug and play with Areca.
Just replace the internal fans and the PSU fan with quieter ones and it's suitable for home use.
Also still having problems with the monitor "disconnecting" on sleep power off and my windows rearranging to the corner. I've tried the registry modifications mentioned earlier in this thread but they did not help. I've also tried both DP version settings. I've also tried installing the monitor...
Here's where I ordered it from. Just the tablet is $189 w/ free shipping by China post.
Haven't seen any posts about this, but this is an interesting tablet that has a nice high resolution compared to the usual 720P / 1080P stuff in this price range (under $200). It uses a high resolution 2560x1600 IPS display by JDI (Japan Display Inc). Looks to be only on the China market right...
Asking $60 plus shipping (about $60 by UPS ground to US48 by estimate, this is heavy - if you have a shipping account I can use it). Local pick up in San Jose possible.
This is the dual monitor stand from Dell, I bought it as a combination with two U2414 LCDs but found that using separate third...
I don't play this much so I'd rather have cash (looking for around $200 shipped to US48).
Pickup also available for SF bay area. This is the Deluxe 32G model with Nintendoland (brand new) and New Mario U.
So... has anyone managed to fix that problem where all the window are resized into the upper-left corner after power-off or standby? I tried to do the registry fix that was mentioned earlier, but I did not have the key values that were mentioned.
I never noticed any tearing problems, only flickering/corruption when DP 1.2 is enabled.
Once every 20 hours sounds kind of hard to catch in practice, though.
If I disable DP 1.2, corruption goes away. I'm using the DP port on an Nvidia card, so it's not
only an ATI problem. However...
The 34UM95 arrived from newegg and I have it mounted to my Ergotron LX arm.
After tightening the joint with a hex wrench the arm easily supports the weight of the monitor.
Plugged it in by displayport on my GTX 780 Ti and went to native resolution, no dead pixels
that I can see. Great!
Thanks, finally someone posted some input lag numbers.
It doesn't look that bad, since the other screen is transitioning
it looks to be between 1-2 frames slower than the ASUS.
But I guess I will just stick to my 120hz Catleap for now.