Published on 22nd June 2005 by
Originally Posted by [USRF]Obiwan
If you cannot explain that that LCD's can use more the 16bc then maybe i can explain why i have come to this questions in the first place:
why do alle hardware sites like tomshardware, anand, pcreview etc say otherwise.
From Viewsonic (monitor manufacturer)
pcreview: LCD vs CRT
Maybe i'm wrong, But then correct me with some real feedback. instead of bull nothing
Originally Posted by Darkedgewell the graphs don't show twice the performance at all as I can tell and i've seen other reviews (tomshardware for example) that show an incremental increase and sometimes a decrease with SLI ffs. Not that an impressive card and certainly not twice the power.
Originally Posted by [USRF]ObiwanThanx for the explanation Da Dego, The lightbulb flashed above my head now ;)
Originally Posted by bigzwhy lq? surely that defeats the object of spending $599 on a new video card.
Originally Posted by lepresimply because if i want to play hard on a particular game i don't care about graphics. it's only a damage for me and not an advantage. and i want minimum fps @ 125 not @ 30 please!
and with hq after 10minutes of playing my eyes hurts..
Originally Posted by Da DegoUmm, why would you want a minimum fps of 125? Your eyes can only see between 28.4 and 29 anyways...?
Originally Posted by Da DegoAhuh. Do you know what speed a movie runs at, lepre? :) 29-30fps. So next time you go to the theatre, tell them really they should lengthen their reels by 4x because you're seeing non-fluid motion.
Do you happen to have a link to any of this "scientific confirmation"? Scio lingua italiana, so your native language is just fine if that's what you can find.
Originally Posted by lepreinfact since i'm gaming i hate go to the cinema. and i only go for those great films i just want to see there because of the size and the audio. but the video frame rate is really bad and i can't even wath some sequence. i repeat, if you don't believe it's possible keep it for you. that's what i see for real.
p.s.: for the link i'm asking a friend.
Originally Posted by nedkilleryour eyes only distinguish detween single frames up to that frame rate. although at that rate your brain wont produce motion blur, which requires north of about 73fps. and as you way know, motion blur is how your brain generates a smooth coherent image. something that would definately help if you want to play competitively
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