Computing at 4K

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Computing at 4K - Computing at 4K

Recently I acquired a new screen for my gaming PC, a Panasonic TX-L65WT600 65-Inch 4K panel to sit in my lounge (I use a wireless keyboard and mouse/gamepad for gaming), replacing an LG 50” Plasma that was 1080p.


Having heard about the benefits of Ultra-HD, I was excited to try it...
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Interesting mate. Beyond my wallet range but thanks for the article

And yes 360GB is a big file

At my speed constantly 7.6MBps (60mbps) it would still take 13hours to DL it

OUCH!
 
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65 inch screen !!!!!!! :eek:

You live in a cinema? :D
 
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Might just wait till they come down in price?:nod:
65" screen, a bit small for my needs though!:rolleyes:
 

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I'm really looking forward to when as to when 4K TV's become the norm, although I guess that's over a decade away. The demo real I saw on one looked incredible - so good that I guess it's approaching the limits of what you'd notice on a TV that size, even close up.
 
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I have a couple of relatives that work for a well known electrical group Cough* Cough*

They have informed me the decent sized 4K sets are coming down in price very soon

Sub £1000

Not sure about sets 50"+ though
 
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Still not convinced there is actually enough 4K content to justify the purchase... (TV's)

As for monitors, if your running 4K, SLI/Crossfire are almost essential IMO.
 
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Saw a 4k tv demo the other day & very impressed with it, but not the price!
But with anything new give it 6 months and the price will drop.

I still have a 26" crt tv and as long as it works i see no reason to throw it out.
When it does die a nice 32 or 40" led tv will be mine!
 

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