Pascal: What do we know? Discussion, Latest News & Updates: 1000M Series GPU's

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  1. Georgel

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    It can't

    It's design is not allowing it to.

    It will report you 60fps, but the image itself will not change with a 60 frames per second rate.

    Try this, take a very good camera that can record very fast, and film a fast frame sequence. You will see a lot of ghosting and not clean frames. It can look even smoother like this to some people, it's very fluid. But no 4k display to date can do good response times.

    That's notebookcheck's words on almost all 4k displays. With that time one can't get a fluid 30 fps, because the screen simply does not respond that fast, the test was for 50% to 80% gray.
     
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    Note grey to grey is a worst case.
     
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    dell 4k oled is 0.1ms lol

    too bad they're gouging so much for it
     
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    Sometime over the past week, Sager and XoticPC stopped selling the Clevo P640RE. With any luck, it's a sign that Clevo Pascal refreshes are near.
     
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    spmo Notebook Guru

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    (sorry to go off topic) - are the response times still that bad if you're running games at 1080p on a 4k screen? I'm just speccing up my next laptop and had wanted to go for a 4k screen for video editing.
     
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    Wouldn't it make more sense to spend the "upgrade"-money on a separate 27+" inch 4K screen? I'd at least take it into consideration. ;)
     
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    My Sharp panel can do 60Hz though. I've been PC gaming for a long time, I can see the difference between 30fps and 60fps. 60fps on this one looks no different to 60fps on previous laptops I've owned or bros desktop for that matter.
     
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    A sensible suggestion for most - but 95% of my laptop usage is actually on my lap.
     
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    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    in the end the only thing that really counts is the user's subjective impression of the screen. if thats great, then all is good :) unless professional color accuracy is necessary for work related stuff...

    Sent from my Huawei Mate 8 NXT-AL10
     
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