I'm thinking probably by the end of this year. I expect to buy a combination of
a video card + a 4k Monitor.
Won't be that big a deal if 8k has become affordable by then. The thing is I
want at least a 32 inch monitor good enough to edit photos on that my Color
Munki can calibrate.
I'm not a high powered gamer, so I won't need a high frame rate. I just need a
card that can output at whatever resolution I get with whatever monitor I
finally end up with.
On 7/10/2018 11:36, Igor PDML-StR wrote:
If you wait just long enough (while saving for it), those monitors might become
cheaper. The danger is, however, if you wait a bit too long,
they will become obsolete, and you'd have to learn all over about the new 8k (or
64k? *) models.
* I assume, 64k monitors will be the ultimate ones: Long time ago, one wise guy
said [presumably] that 64k will be sufficient for everybody.
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D
John Sessoms Mon, 09 Jul 2018 20:16:48 -0700 wrote:
I want a 4k monitor.
I've got plenty of time to save up for it, because I have to see what I'm going
to need to do about my video card to be able to use a 4k monitor.
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