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caveman-jim Mar 24, 2013 12:32 PM

Replaced my P2210h's with U2312HM's


DarkFoss Mar 24, 2013 02:21 PM

Sweet :drool:

Greasy Mar 24, 2013 04:36 PM

That looks pretty sweet CMJ.

Nunz Mar 25, 2013 02:00 PM

The bezels kill me.. :(

CurrentlyPissed Mar 25, 2013 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Nunz (Post 1337202643)
The bezels kill me.. :(

You get use to it in 5 minutes.

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note II

Dave Mar 25, 2013 06:12 PM

gaming maybe (if the game has lots of text or subtitles, it kills it. also games with inventory systems are a bitch). watching movies/youtube videos sucks.

for productivity though it can't be beat.

demo Mar 25, 2013 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nunz (Post 1337202643)
The bezels kill me.. :(

Me too, looks like gaming jail :(

Sound_Card Mar 25, 2013 09:46 PM

Looks fantastic IMHO. Subtitles and inventory screens I can see being a pain and give credit there, but seems like heaven for anything else. Especially first persons.

demo Mar 25, 2013 09:48 PM

Looks especially bad for first persons imo. Be great for productivity though.

Ristogod Mar 25, 2013 10:37 PM

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Originally Posted by CurrentlyPissed (Post 1337202655)
You get use to it in 5 minutes.

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note II

Yes and no. When I have then arranged in landscape, I don't see them after awhile.

When I have them in portrait, they constantly bother me.

caveman-jim Mar 25, 2013 11:18 PM

Portrait doesn't bother me, FPS/RTS/whatever. I don't sit right up on them. Distance is the key to triple display enjoyment for me. I don't watch movies on it. I also have a 24" ASUS IPS TN LED 120Hz screen available.

demo Mar 26, 2013 12:09 AM

Never heard of a 120hz IPS display, what model is it?

caveman-jim Mar 26, 2013 08:00 AM

It's not IPS, sorry, typo. fixed!

Razeus Mar 26, 2013 04:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by caveman-jim (Post 1337201815)
Replaced my P2210h's with U2312HM's


:eek:

KAC Mar 29, 2013 09:50 AM

Dat Bezels!

AdamK47 Mar 29, 2013 02:16 PM

Don't like bezels? Here you go:
http://www.compsource.com/pn/PNK321/...-Hdmi-Speaker/

Kain Mar 29, 2013 02:47 PM

A quick and "cheap" shot of my computer.


caveman-jim Mar 29, 2013 02:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KAC (Post 1337206282)
Dat Bezels!

I have an ASUS 24" for 1080p 120hz, too. Bezels don't bother me much.

Quote:

Originally Posted by AdamK47 (Post 1337206528)

Saw some sweet 4K displays at GDC. :drool:

demo Mar 29, 2013 08:26 PM

I haven't seen one in person yet (4k), I hope it blows me away :drool:

Meteor_of_War Mar 29, 2013 09:08 PM

What is the minimum size screen that the benefits of 4k starts to become noticeable?

I would think it's pretty pointless on any size less than 65".

demo Mar 29, 2013 09:09 PM

I think like any resolution, the smaller the display the better/sharper the image would be.

BababooeyHTJ Mar 29, 2013 09:13 PM

I want a 32" 4K, I'm sure that won't be affordable any time soon though.

Meteor_of_War Mar 29, 2013 09:14 PM

But isn't the purpose of 4k to have a sharper image on a larger screen?

With 1080p HDTV's, the bigger the size the pixels start to become noticeable at further distances. 4k fixes this problem.

Large 4k screens will look sharper, but I'm not sure you'll see much of a difference from 1080p with a smaller 4k screen.

Treeckcold57 Mar 29, 2013 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ (Post 1337206933)
I want a 32" 4K, I'm sure that won't be affordable any time soon though.

Sure it would be a super expensive when it first come out on the market, but probably likely once when 4K resolution become standard and more common, so hopefully it'll be cheaper...who know?

demo Mar 29, 2013 09:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Meteor|WAR (Post 1337206935)
But isn't the purpose of 4k to have a sharper image on a larger screen?

With 1080p HDTV's, the bigger the size the pixels start to become noticeable at further distances. 4k fixes this problem.

Large 4k screens will look sharper, but I'm not sure you'll see much of a difference from 1080p with a smaller 4k screen.

Sure it makes larger displays look sharper, but I dont see how thats any different than a smaller display looking sharper. I mean more resolution on an equal sized display will always look better.

27" at 1440p looks better than 27" at 1080p. I guess 2160p at 27" will look better than 1440p too.

Personally I'm with baba, I think 32" at 2160p would be nice, but I would be happy with anything upto 40" or so I guess for a PC monitor.

Curious as to what size a 2160p display would be with the same pixel pitch as a 27" 1440p display. I guess a mid way point would not only increase fidelity, but also give you a larger size, so would be the best.

caveman-jim Mar 29, 2013 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Meteor|WAR (Post 1337206927)
What is the minimum size screen that the benefits of 4k starts to become noticeable?

I would think it's pretty pointless on any size less than 65".

Depends on view distance, and you're wrong about 65". Having seen ~32"/37"/42" 4K displays this week it's definitely noticeable for desktop gaming use.

If you're 15 feet back then you'll want 60" +, but if you're 5' you'll be happy with 32" IME.

Ristogod Mar 30, 2013 12:58 AM

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Originally Posted by demo (Post 1337206945)
Curious as to what size a 2160p display would be with the same pixel pitch as a 27" 1440p display.

If you use the Pythagorean theorem a 27" screen has a vertical height of approximately 13.24" at a 16/9 ratio.

If you take that height against a 2160/1440 ratio that gives you a new height of approximately 19.86".

Using the Pythagorean theorem again with a 16/9 ratio, you end up with diagonal size of about 40.5" inches.

Someone check my math....:bleh:

aviphysics Mar 30, 2013 08:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ristogod (Post 1337207092)
If you use the Pythagorean theorem a 27" screen has a vertical height of approximately 13.24" at a 16/9 ratio.

If you take that height against a 2160/1440 ratio that gives you a new height of approximately 19.86".

Using the Pythagorean theorem again with a 16/9 ratio, you end up with diagonal size of about 40.5" inches.

Someone check my math....:bleh:

At the same ratio and DPI, resolution and diagonal size are proportional. E.g. doubling the resolution will double the diagonal.

Meteor_of_War Mar 30, 2013 09:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by demo (Post 1337206945)
Sure it makes larger displays look sharper, but I dont see how thats any different than a smaller display looking sharper. I mean more resolution on an equal sized display will always look better.

27" at 1440p looks better than 27" at 1080p. I guess 2160p at 27" will look better than 1440p too.

Personally I'm with baba, I think 32" at 2160p would be nice, but I would be happy with anything upto 40" or so I guess for a PC monitor.

Curious as to what size a 2160p display would be with the same pixel pitch as a 27" 1440p display. I guess a mid way point would not only increase fidelity, but also give you a larger size, so would be the best.

Quote:

Originally Posted by caveman-jim (Post 1337207006)
Depends on view distance, and you're wrong about 65". Having seen ~32"/37"/42" 4K displays this week it's definitely noticeable for desktop gaming use.

If you're 15 feet back then you'll want 60" +, but if you're 5' you'll be happy with 32" IME.

I guess I am just thinking of the difference I remembered from 720p vs 1080p TV content, where everything is stretched and scaled to hell anyway. I remember the difference would only become noticeable to me above 42" or so. Anything under that both resolutions were indistinguishable for most content. So I was assuming at for example when watching a 50" display, you wouldn't notice much of a difference on a 4k TV. But yeah if you are looking at actual 4k content, it should be noticeable anytime.

caveman-jim Mar 30, 2013 11:43 AM

That's a good point, upscaled vs. native res content.


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