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LG 84-Inch ‘Ultra Definition’

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Lost Hatter, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. Lost Hatter

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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    damn Asians.
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    awkkk its only 84 inch and ultra def...booorrrriing lol

    nah i kid its awsome
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    This is interesting. Note how this 4K panel is coming out at about the same time as Ivy Bridge, with its 4K-capable GPU?

    Now, look at the picture below taken from the Wired article. It shows a very attractive babe holding glasses, but where's the screen?

    I mean, there she is, a picture of loveliness and the rest of the picture is just a kind of void. I just don't get it? :confused:

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    I thought the 60 inch plasma in my living room was massive 0.o

    Sweet mother of god
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    meh... already rocking 90in on a projector...


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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    And comes with a huge price tag im sure... Fu%k Id love to get my hands on that!
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    said $11k in the article...
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    'MERICA FUCK YEAH! Oh...wait.
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    Fixed.



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    I just realized something about the fantastic resolution of this TV. If seems at first that nothing can use the full potential of it, but I think maybe we can.

    3840×2160 is four 1080p displays. If it has at least four inputs (yeah, of course it does), and can use each quadrant as an individual display, then it is the perfect ready made eyefinity monitor.

    Four 1080p screens with zero bezel!!!!! :eek: :twitch:
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    wouldn't that be two 1080 screens?
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    pwned

    If it was 4, it would be 7680 x 4320
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    Some people need to learn some math.

    Divide the width by 2 and the height by 2, and you get 1920x1080. And 2x2=4.

    3840×2160=8294400

    1920x1080x4=8294400

    So, not knowing all the cool non-English lingo, what's worse than being "pwned"?
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    120in for me. Still, 11k ain't bad for that size and resolution.. I remember 90k projectors.
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    Awesome. :rockout:
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    holy crap. One is enough for me, thanks. Now, which videocard is capable.
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    Aww, you beat me to it :laugh:
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    IDK bro, but that sure was some 1337 math pwnage right thar! (Being a tool ftw :p).
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    The advantage of a multi display set up is you can have angles, for example in Forza Motorsport you can use multi displays for side views. Having 3 screens in a straight line would be the same as one massive screen except you can see the bezels.
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    shes alright. wait....

    Edit:: cant find misa campo in high enough def TV isnt worth buying.

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