Slick wrote on Nov 29, 2017, 01:42:LittleMe wrote on Nov 28, 2017, 22:34:
Awesome. These are important for gaming! I wonder if nVidia will implement full 2.1 which would seemingly compete with gsync.
That's the $64,000 question.
Big Green has been hesitant to adopt the 2.0b(?) standard i think the one that allows for free-sync. So this will possibly kill their whole g-sync line.
Either way, this news should be the #1 post on BN IMO. This is big news.
Now we wait for CES 2018 to see the new screens that will adopt this, if they make it out in time (crosses fingers)
60 Hz for 8K and 120 Hz for 4K. The standard also supports Dynamic HDR and resolutions up to 10K for commercial and specialty use.
This new version of the HDMI specification also introduces an enhanced refresh rate that gamers will appreciate. VRR, or Variable Refresh Rate, reduces, or in some cases eliminates, lag for smoother gameplay, while Quick Frame Transport (QFT) reduces latency. Quick Media Switching, or QMS, reduces the amount of blank-screen wait time while switching media. HDMI 2.1 also includes Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), which automatically sets the ideal latency for the smoothest viewing experience.
jdreyer wrote on Nov 2, 2017, 01:47:NamecaF wrote on Nov 2, 2017, 00:55:Rigs wrote on Nov 1, 2017, 23:52:Kxmode wrote on Nov 1, 2017, 23:10:
Most of the complaints appear to come from people with hardware specs like two 1080TIs and an i7-4770K.
Hmmm, I seem to remember when Ubi said it was essential to have always-online DRM and that it 'enhanced' the experience.
Fuck off racist
Please take your snarkodetector in for calibration. It seems to be off.
In a lighthouse, a converging lens is used to make a very concentrated beam of light able to reach many miles to ships at sea. Converging lenses are often used to focus parallel rays of light down to a point. In a lighthouse, however, this is done in reverse (yes, lenses work backwards, too!) -- because the light source is a point and emits its light in all directions, a converging lens is used to bend the light so that as many of the rays from the original source are parallel. That way, they all go in the same direction, and someone far out at sea is more likely to see it because more of the light is sent his way.
Steele Johnson wrote on Oct 25, 2017, 20:50:
I never understood gamers who play games to cheat.
Beamer wrote on Oct 6, 2017, 20:23:LittleMe wrote on Oct 6, 2017, 20:14:Beamer wrote on Oct 6, 2017, 07:25:
Further confirming that LittleMe will believe anything whispered softly in his ear, and distrust everything widely known.
What does it say about you when you ruthlessly ridicule and attack people who say things that you disagree with?
It may mean I'm a jerk, or it may mean what they believe is utterly ridiculous and supported not by a single fact but their desperate belief that there's a shadow conspiracy trying to alter everything they're told.
Verno wrote on Oct 6, 2017, 09:11:LittleMe wrote on Oct 5, 2017, 22:46:
This article is further confirmation of the Electric Universe theory. The theory has a very different history of our solar system than what was told to us by consensus science. There are electric currents flowing in space and that is what powers the sun, not an internal nuclear furnace.
Do you just immediately believe anything you read without any critical thought or analysis? I'm pretty sure over the years I've heard most of the below from you:
The Earth is not round!
Aliens landed here and its a giant cover up!
9/11 was a giant hoax!
We never landed on the moon!
Elvis is alive!
Bigfoot is real!
The sun is powered by ELECTRIC CURRENTS!
And countless political conspiracies.
Is there any dumpster fire bullshit you won't immediately latch onto?
Electrons that come from various origins such as solar winds,
NKD wrote on Oct 4, 2017, 22:31:
As much as I would love watching the streaming... frankly it would encourage shitty playing to the camera. People with absolutely no experience would just watch and then misinterpret everything and misrepresent it on Facebook.
DangerDog wrote on Oct 3, 2017, 14:59:
95 gb download?
for a racing game...
Most comets' comas come from evaporating water and ice, but K2 is too far from the sun for that process to have begun.
Timmeh wrote on Sep 28, 2017, 14:11:
These leftists Marxist progressives are such complete SCUM!