WOrld1, 07 Jan 20174k is basically start landing in 2016 and now they sell this 8k?
For me even 4k is not useful... moreIf YOU do not need it, that doesn't mean NOBODY ELSE needs it.
This is a professional monitor.
I'd love to have it at home, but not for this price of course.
4k is basically start landing in 2016 and now they sell this 8k?
For me even 4k is not useful and GPU maker are not ready as today for 8k(maybe standard in maybe 2025/2030). Really curious to see when someone decide to make a new standard.
Which cable can handle this resolutions?
I am going to buy the monitor. Would D-Sub which cost 3$ be enought? ;)
How many hz though??? This will be next to useless for most high-end consumers if it won't play PC games above 60fps on 4k resolution.
AnonD-404798, 06 Jan 2017not gonna happen , because no-one is gonna make something that can't sell , we ain't got GPU's... moreNVIDIA Titan X SLI may handle it... But at that point only the government and S-Class design/animation offices and studios would be able to purchase that.
This will require some good power... But can only imagine the satisfaction.
To get 326ppi with 8k, you need a 27" monitor. 32" screen will only give 275ppi.
yy, 06 Jan 2017Why smartphones screens are so cheap, why PC's screens are so expensive?Cuz Logic
sohail shafayat, 06 Jan 2017I think morei have checked some websites it 240 more or less
Anonanoymoususes, 06 Jan 2017and i only got 960 ....And I have a 980 for 3440x1440. Not fast enough, but I hope 1070's and 1080's prices go down soon, so I could upgrade finally.
AnonD-606096, 06 Jan 2017around 200 or 150 I think more
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2017It will be good with powerful PC. Wow incredible gaming.For Gaming it will be excellent, but using that monitor at 8K for everyday task is not pratical.
Since default font will be very small and then one will end up increasing dpi to make things bigger on these monitor.