Well even display port 1.4 has been released, so 1.3 is old stuff... The real problem is to have some GPUs that can push pixels fast enough. The next year and 1x nm production technology with HBM2.0 may do the trick.
i dont know guys, someone with the mood to make some math could say that
a 27inch with 4k display could look the same as a 1080p with 4x Antialiasing? So if someone wanted to test one vs the other what gpu performance would you need to push the displays?
Dont forget Antialiasing was introduced/use so you won't feel you are seeing ugly lines and realising you are in a digital resolution. So why do many say that 4k is bad on 24 inches? isnt that what antialiasing was used for?
We pit graphic cards vs graphic cards and test them on 4x or even 8x Antialiasing of different AA methods, i am extremely curious to see native very hig resolutions fps performance vs 1080p Antialiased resolutions..
After seeing how the image looks on my current 23 inch fullHD IPS monitor I'm never going back to TN ever again.
I couldn't care less if it's 4K and besides maybe 4K is a bit of an overkill , well for 23-24 inches anyway.
more precice, 4k wont become popular until at least a single gimped flagship video card can drive the 'then' current aaa popular near top graphically demanding game at 60fps on near ultra settings(no aa).