so 4k @ 60hz means you need to push 497,664,000 pixles per second. 2k @ 144hz means you need to push 530,841,600 pixles per second. Mind you that these numbers are to achieve 60 fps at 4k constantly or 144 fps constantly at 2k.4K @ 60hz. vs. 2K @ 144hz. Is there a big difference in IQ?
US prices on the UK edition are the usual way with this site, even though Future are based in Bath...I found this article on the UK website but all of the deals are US. Can we please get a UK version of this article? I trust Tomshardware for my tech purchases, it would be great to rely on you for picking up a budget 27" 1440p monitor or 65" TV tomorrow.
The ideal way to burn your 5 figures monthly income followed by modern art decor and cars.Ideal monitor:
8k panel @ 60Hz, 32" IPS, supersharp text and images for browsing and work.
For gaming, 2x scaling gives you 4k @ 144Hz, 3x scaling gives you 2.5k @ 165Hz, 4x scaling gives you FullHD @ 240Hz. All pixel perfect. All on the same panel. All using DP 1.4 (5 years old standard - almost ancient by now). Fully supported by 10xx series GPUS and above (released 5 years ago - almost ancient by now).
If only people stopped buying the low resolution rubbish flooding the shops at the moment, we could get wonders like that right now, not in 10 years. The tech is already here.
I will keep dreaming...
What you are describing is not what OLED can be, unfortunately.Nah, dream monitor is an adaptive refresh rate OLED which is durable enough to be used as a computer display without having to worry about limited lifespan or uneven wear caused by static images. Sadly I don't see that coming anytime soon