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#21
Smile congrats on the new purchases!
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#22
Here are some things you might want to check out.

Some you may know about, hope you find something interesting for you.

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ENJOY
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#23
(07-04-2017, 05:05 AM)WetToiletPaper712 Wrote: Well Syria has used Gas on their own people the other night, and tonight Trump has sent a bunch of tomahawk missiles against certain areas in Syria.

The problem could be that Russia has been supporting Syria, so now we wait to see what happens next.

Just to let you know that I am listening.

Thanks for your posts.

Regards,
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#24
(11-05-2017, 11:29 AM)lekto777 Wrote:
(07-04-2017, 05:05 AM)WetToiletPaper712 Wrote: Well Syria has used Gas on their own people the other night, and tonight Trump has sent a bunch of tomahawk missiles against certain areas in Syria.

The problem could be that Russia has been supporting Syria, so now we wait to see what happens next.

Just to let you know that I am listening.

Thanks for your posts.

Regards,

Hi Lekto777,

Drop by anytime, my door is always open. Cool
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#25
As you may have noticed there have been interesting improvements in Tv's and Graphic Cards etc,

Did you know that if you get a NEW TV, it would be good to get a 4K and HDR TV

There is a Newer Codex called  H265, that is why there is 4K and Later 8K etc.

Do you know what a NIT is ???

Well read on and find out.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Display Compatibility

Nvidia obviously can now fully support HDR and deep color all the way. HDR is becoming a big thing, especially for the movie aficionados. Think better pixels, a wider color space, more contrast and more interesting content on that screen of yours. We've seen some demos on HDR screens, and it is pretty darn impressive to be honest. By this year you will see the first HDR compatible Ultra HD TVs, and then next year likely monitors and games supporting it properly. HDR is the buzz-word for 2017. With Ultra HD Blu-ray just being released in Q1 2016 there will be a much welcomed feature, HDR. HDR will increase the strength of light in terms of brightness. High-dynamic-range rendering (HDRR or HDR rendering), also known as high-dynamic-range lighting, is the rendering of computer graphics scenes by using lighting calculations done in a larger dynamic range. This allows preservation of details that may be lost due to limiting contrast ratios. Video games and computer-generated movies and special effects benefit from this as it creates more realistic scenes than with the more simplistic lighting models used. With HDR you should remember three things: bright things can be really bright, dark things can be really dark, and details can be seen in both. High-dynamic-range will reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than is possible with digital imaging. We measure this in Nits, and the number of Nits for UHD screens and monitors is going up.

What's a nit? Candle brightness measured over one meter is 1 nits, the sun is 16,000,000,000 nits, typical objects have 1~250 nits, current PC displays have 1 to 250 nits, and excellent HDTVs have 350 to 400 nits. A HDR OLED screen is capable of 500 nits and here it’ll get more important, new screens in 2016 will go to 1,000 nits. HDR offers high nits values to be used.  We think HDR will be implemented in 2017 for PC gaming, Hollywood has already got end-to-end access content ready of course. As consumers start to demand higher-quality monitors, HDR technology is emerging to set an excitingly high bar for overall display quality. HDR panels are characterized by: Brightness between 600-1200 cd/m2 of luminance, with an industry goal to reach 2,000 contrast ratios that closely mirror human visual sensitivity to contrast (SMPTE 2084) And the Rec.2020 color gamut that can produce over 1 billion colors at 10 bits per color HDR can represent a greater range of luminance levels than can be achieved using more "traditional" methods, such as many real-world scenes containing very bright, direct sunlight to extreme shade, or very faint nebulae.

HDR displays can be designed with the deep black depth of OLED (black is zero, the pixel is disabled), or the vivid brightness of local dimming LCD. Now meanwhile, if you cannot wait to play games in HDR and did purchase a HDR HDTV this year, you could stream it. A HDR game rendered on your PC with a Pascal GPU can be streamed towards your Nvidia Shield Android TV and then over HDMI connect to that HDR telly as Pascal has support for 10 bit HEVC HDR encoding and the Shield Android TV can decode it. Hey, just sayin'. A selection of Ultra HDTVs are already available, and consumer monitors are expected to reach the market late 2016 and 2017. Such displays will offer unrivaled color accuracy, saturation, brightness, and black depth - in short, they will come very close to simulating the real world.
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#26
well,i am not that fond of new technology and i'm enjoying my hd smart tv bought 4 years ago....But i would add,you are well informed on new things bro... Big Grin
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#27
(15-05-2017, 09:20 AM)DA Wrote: well,i am not that fond of new technology and i'm enjoying my hd smart tv bought 4 years ago....But i would add,you are well informed on new things bro... Big Grin

Well I find Tech stuff interesting.

Well I got me a Smart TV, It would be good if I watched TV in the living room, but I spend most of my time in the Bedroom, and so it is easier to connect my TV to the Computer and so I don't use the Smart side of the TV much.

I have a Google TV that I got several years ago, don't use it anymore.

I have a WD Media Player that I don't use anymore, I liked it because I could play Ripped DVD's with the Menus.

I could mention other things, but as time goes on, NEW things pop up.

Bye for now.
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#28
And I am still using an regular (low quality) Phillips monitor not being able to afford anything better.... 

I was always dreaming of having an HD video projector and a room specially made for watching the movies and live concerts but atm I don't see how and when that is going to happen Sad

Thanks for the fresh info and a nice technology introduction WTP Wink

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#29
(15-05-2017, 03:57 PM)Luke Skywalker Wrote: And I am still using an regular (low quality) Phillips monitor not being able to afford anything better.... 

I was always dreaming of having an HD video projector and a room specially made for watching the movies and live concerts but atm I don't see how and when that is going to happen Sad

Thanks for the fresh info and a nice technology introduction WTP Wink

Check your PM Big Grin
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#30
Well I bought a Oculus Rift VR,

And I cannot even use it, I need a HDMI Plug on my Graphic Card.

Then I find out my Mother Board might not be good enough.

So I guess I will need to forget about it for now. Sad
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