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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Zardoz, Jan 31, 2005.
Looks like the Logitech Z906 unit to me.
Great eye. Interesting setup!
Am I missing something? When I search for 4k Seiki TV, it says its 120Hz.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I thought it was 120hz at 1080p, 60hz at 1440p and 30hz at 4k.
I beleive renixinq is correct, its 120hz at 1080p
the HDMI rev it has doenst have enough bandwidth for anything over 30hz at 4K
Correct. I used my z906 for a couple of years and eventually decided I did not want a 5.1 system on my PC anymore. 2.1 is still better for music listening and gaming. (IMO)
The z906 is a costly bit of kit though so I still wanted to make use of the control console & sub.
Make sure that you differentiate between "faked" 120hz and 240hz etc that tv's have 60hz input in the back and do their higher hz quotes using interpolatated (quasi-cloned) frames, and a true 120hz or higher input computer monitor that will show you many more new, unique frame "slices" of whats happening in the game world per second (provided you supply each hz with a new frame of game action by achieving equal to or greater than the hz rating in fps number).
Currently $1k in gpu's (a 690, 680x2 sli, a titan, etc) can get over 100fps and hit 120fps in some cases at 1080p on high+ or ultra settings , depending on the game. 2560x, triple monitor gaming, and 4k are much more demanding so require a huge expense in gpus to get over 100fps to feed a 120hz input enough frames. Best scenario is over the hz rating in fps... running over 120fps on a 120hz monitor allows you to run without vsync with insignificant tearing, and provides an overshoot "buffer" vs scene complexity fps dips. 120hz increases motion tracking (twice as many unique "slices" of new action info shown per second), and cuts the motion blur by half vs 60hz. Recently, the nvidia lightboost - in - 2D gaming crowd is running 100hz & 100fps+ , or 120hz & 120fps+ and getting zero motion blur via backlight strobing.
Instead of spending a fortune on GPU's you can just as well replace every three years and play older games
Here's my setup
^ Niiiiice. 2x U3014, I'm very jealous...
@Zetc: Where's number 3?
Wow I honestly didn't even know that the u3014 was out. Solid set up.
Zetc, how did you get both of your 30" monitors to display at it's native resolution @ 2560x1600?
I currently have 2x U2711 running on XFX Radeon HD6970 but later found out that the card only got 1 dvi-d port capable of supporting resolution at 2560x1600 (or in my case 2560x1440). the other port is dvi-i which the resolution max out at 1920x1200.
under your PC setup spec, you stated that you are using 7950. that card only got one dvi port as well.
Thanks Love the amount of screen space I have now.
haha, that's the goal.. which is why there's another monitor stand prepared on the right
Will get number 3 some time in the future. Probably wait for the next Rev first so that I can compare.
Am using the DisplayPort outputs on my card to drive the 2 U3014s via their respective DisplayPort inputs.
The U2711 has a DisplayPort input as well. Your card has 2 mini DisplayPort outputs which can drive 2560x1440.
Added a Crossover 30q5Pro (straight from South Korea) to my setup. Kinda messy and in need of tidy up.
^ an IBM clicker, a cordless phone. Man your bringing back some fond memories.
Cordless phone running google voice....FREE home phone system
All you need to do is sign up for google voice (free), buy a adapter called obihai (one time cost about $30), plug the adapter into your router and configure the obihai to use google voice. Plug in any cordless phone that you have laying around the house from yesteryears and voila! Free calls as in $0.00 calls. The configuration is easy and provided with the obihai adapter.
You can also sign up for a service that will give you 911 access for $1/mo as Google voice does not provide 911.
That's absolutely right. I opt out as I still use my cell phone when i'm on the road.
An old staple - 2007FPs
I'd resize your pictures, dude. Those are almost my full 2560 width in Chrome.
Doesn't chrome have a nice "fit to width" option like Opera?
Possibly as an extension, but not default to my knowledge.
Which either way is no excuse for being too lazy to resize your pictures.
Oh God, my poor little W8 tablet can't display those epic pictures?! From what I could glean from scrolling around, it looks like a decent setup! Also I think the cat wants to go out...
My god resize those pictures..
Sounds like some of you need higher resolution monitors. go forth and buy them and report back with pictures of them set up!
Such a silly comment. The photos are 2851x1900, which won't fit on a screen unless you had a quad HD panel. Why don't you show off your quad HD panel so we can judge whether or not it's worth it to view such photos?
Yeah I only have a 1440p monitor I feel very inadequate
Now they're too small on my 21:9 monitor
heys guys what is the best configuration for a 27in setup? 17x27x17 or 19x27x19.
Nice 1s and Yeezys. = D
Looking at the pixel size/pitch shows, nothing fits very well like the 20, 30, 20.
I think there were a few 17" 1440x900 widescreen LCDs but those would be too old and slow. Not to mention 900 width is just too narrow.
Moving up, a 20" 1680x1050 wouldn't be bad either but they'd be old 16:10 style monitors again.
Best bet might be a 21.x" 1080p as that's the only real currently widely available (therefore cheap & quality should be possible) size that matches reasonably well other than 3x27".
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20, 30, 20 and 23, 40, 23 both fit nicely. 20, 30, 20 is the perfect match though.