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32 inch 16:10 is narrower but higher than 32 inch 16:9 display
It was mentioned here last week, but now LG has updated that all OLED 2019 models support 4K@120 with HDR...
The biggest difference is, that α9 supports 4K@120Hz HDR while α7 supports 4K@120Hz wihthout HDR (though HDR is supported with other...
HDMI 2.1 Displays are available.
LIke LG C9 -series OLED-televisions, LG SM9000/9500/9800 -series nano-IPS -televisions (Direct-lit, Full Array...
I have been running my Gigabyte X79-UD3 (rev1.1) with 12-core Xeon E5 2655 V2 ES with for two years now, without any problems.
Just look here:
Over 46" models
I guess you can always use WIndows soft RAID solution (Storage space) for more than 2 drives...
In OLED displays, every subpixel (red, green, blue and white (if white is used)) will omit it's light straight form the OLED subpixel level. Each...
Turn the monitor upside down and rotate desktop 180 degrees: BGR -> RGB
In the graphics card side: I quess there may be a tiny possibility that the current hardware might support HDMI 2.1 (full banddwidth). At least...
I think this is the latest 30-incher:
Dell UltraSharp UP3017
- no narrow bezels
- no Freesync / gsync
- heavy price...
This display has been canned.
UP3017Q was canceled due to unresolvable image quality problems. Specifically, according to les Numériques, the...
Panelook.com lists no 3840x2400 resolution panels in production....
I really wonder which is this Seiki 6 bit 40" 4K panel.
All current 39-41-inch 4K-panels are either 10 bit or 8/10 bit ones.
I really doubt that...
To me it says:
You are using
3072 X 1728
BUT: I am using 125% scaling for Windows (Win7 64 ult) and 1,25*3072 X 1728 equals 3840x2160
240Hz means that backlight refreshes at 240Hz. Input signal refreshes typically max. 60Hz.
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
31" LG Electronics 31MU97-B @1315€
- 4096x2160 31"
- 31" AH-IPS
2560x1440 looks a little better. But not very much.
Yes, you can create 2880x1620@60 Hz custom resolution (I have GTX780).
But, see the (lack of) quality.
1. Would like to but can live without
3. 120Hz@1080 is still nice to have. I would like to have 4K@60Hz as Displayport SST...
If there is no protective glass on the screen, you can check the panel type following way:
Press lightly and move your finger on the screen:
Did you try to update monitor drivers or graphics card drivers?
Don't touch nVidia drivers. Go to control panel -> display-> display resolution...
A larger display but the same or similar PPI automatically leads to higher resolution (unless you want big black borders around the picture).
When using multiple monitors, each monitor can be configured individually.
So, if you configure each monitor refresh rates correctly, it should...
Tried Hdmi->Force 2D to Fake 3D with interesting effects (When I disabled this mode, screen got corrupted but power off/on corrected the problem)....
True, it opens Engineer menu.
LG 34UM95-P (3440x1440) is available in europe.
HDMI 2.0 cable = HDMI 1.4a cable.
HDMI 2.0 higher speed doesn't come with the cable but higher TMDS speed .
TDMS throughput raises from 3.4...
3840 x 21606 at 30 Hz'
but when you click the small '6' index number, it says:
DP 1.2 is do support 3840x2160@60Hz in SST mode, but current LCD Tcon's do not. That's why current 4K@60 Hz monitors need to use two tcons and use...
I am writing this looking to my 39" Seiki 4K. I used to have a LG 30" 1600p monitor, and I haven't missed it a second since I switched to Seiki...
Seiki announced 10 different 4K TV:s, including 28" model @$399, and a 32-incher.
No technical information available (but Pro -models will get...
DP1.2 speed (17.28 Gbps) is enough for 4K@60Hz and almost meets HDMI 2.0 maximum speed (18Gbps).
I Guess it might be possible to create DP1.2 ->...
Most business and cheap laptops do support only 1080p/1200p with their displayport interfaces (like my HP Elitebook 8440p).
They probably have...
I have Seiki 39" + GTX 780:
*] Dead pixels, contrast issues, blurring
-> No dead pixels, no blurring
Windows blanking the screen...
First, update you graphics drivers and change to DisplayPort MST mode.
You are propably driving the monitor in SST mode. Change to MST-mode...