Eizo ColorEdge CG318-4K 4096 x 2160 Display

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Alright aaaalright ... now that's full 4K. The Eizo ColorEdge CG318-4K is announced and next to its Ultra HD pricetag it has a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels. This 31" screenhas a dense 149 ...

    Eizo ColorEdge CG318-4K 4096 x 2160 Display
     
  2. Veteran

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    Nice, best one one seen, shame its not 120hz.
     
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    tigermoth Banned

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  4. geogan

    geogan Master Guru

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    This is not a gaming monitor you muppet. FFS. Don't need 120Hz on a professional production monitor.
     

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    Damn veteran, what have you done?
     
  6. JonasBeckman

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    Was answered above but we'll get there soon enough, just have to start getting some HDMI 2.0 and/or DisplayPort 1.3 monitors available first to handle the required bandwidth, which also means getting GPU's supporting those standards I suppose.
    (Not really sure what the current NV 900 and AMD 290 series supports.)


    Anyway that looks like a really nice screen though probably not something I would get myself due to what it will likely cost. :p
     
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    You'd need 6 GTX980s in hexaSLI to run FC4 on Ultra @ 120fps at this resolution! (assuming 100% hexaSLI scaling)
     
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    Unfortunately, this powerful device won’t be going on sale globally until June or July of 2015 but when it does it might be a highly worthwhile purchase for any serious design professional, despite its expected $4,600 price tag. (4k.com)

    IMO DP1.3 is a must.
     
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    .................:eek:
     
  10. fry178

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    people still dont seem to know the difference between 120Hz on panel
    vs 120Hz on the signal.
    a 120Hz screen doesnt need a 120Hz signal to "remove" motion blur.
     

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    I didnt know that, ah well i guess im a idiot then. Cant know everything can you. :D

    Tbh i couldnt give a toss how monitors work and i have no intention to educate myself either as i find it all abit....zzzZZzzz. All i know is when a 4k 120hz IPS monitor appears for sale, i will be one of the first inline to purchase it.

    As for the meantime, my 120hz IPS Overlord Tempest is doing a fine job at this very moment.
     
  12. kanej2007

    kanej2007 Ancient Guru

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    This screen will be great for watching movies...
     
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    in which case it will add the "soap opera effect" if im not wrong
     
  14. Pete J

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    Aha! I've always wondered if there was a name for this effect! Absolutely hate it!
     

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