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Frame Rating: High End GPUs Benchmarked at 4K Resolutions

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 09:28 PM

3840x2160 gaming anyone? You may have recently seen a story and video
on PC Perspective about a new TV that made its way into the office.
Of particular interest is the fact that the SEIKI SE50UY04 50-in TV is
a 4K television; it has a native resolution of 3840x2160. For those
that are unfamiliar with the new upcoming TV and display standards,
3840x2160 is exactly four times the resolution of current 1080p TVs
and displays. Oh, and this TV only cost us $1300. Throughout the
story I'll have videos of our 4K footage on YouTube and to download
natively. The videos include our Frame Rating overlay on them but
otherwise are simple H.264 nearly 100 mbps 3840x2160 videos.

URL: http://www.pcper.com...-4K-Resolutions

Quote: "If we limit our options to single cards, whether they be
single GPU or dual-GPU, the battle is even more interesting. Because
AMD's new Radeon HD 7990 depends on CrossFire technology to perform,
the 13.5 beta driver that still has the runt frame and frame time
variance problems places it in a very bad light compared to NVIDIA
options like the GeForce GTX Titan and the GeForce GTX 690."

Thanks for a post!

Ryan Shrout
PC Perspective
rshrout ( -at -) pcper.com

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