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ivangela

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About ivangela

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  • Birthday 07/24/1972

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  1. ivangela

    Bosco Needs Your Help

    What size is his daughter? I have 3 girls and TONS of clothes that we usually just donate to salvation army. Of course, only stuff in great shape. I'm a Katrina survivor and was greatly helped by clothing donations, some of which i still wear, lol, and some of which came from Canada!! Roots brand?! Anyway, I'm willing to help!
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    Blu Ray movies

    +1 This is how I watch blu rays. VLC will play .mkv files as will Pots player and most freeware.
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    1440 would not typically look good on a 4k TV if using it as a computer monitor. That's your answer for your current setup - Stick with 1080 until you get a new card. Thanks anyway folks.
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    While you two hashing out this puzzle is intellectually stimulating and actually teaching me something, it's kind of irrelevant as I don't want to decrease my res to 720 but was maybe hoping to increase it. So 1440 would be ill advised? Again, doesn't really matter as I don't have that option via HDMI for some reason but was curious.
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    1080p60 for sure. Frame Sequential Format not sure.
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    Why am I not getting the option in AMD Vision to increase what they call the "Desktop Area" to a resolution above 1920x1080, nor if I right click_screen resolution, the slider maxes out at 1080p. I dont have the option of increasing it. You're saying I should get 1660.
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    Thanks all. I'll have to see what I can do. The HTPC case is too small for even the 7770 I have. I'll look around to see what is out there. What's the minimum I need for 4K, in terms of card newness? Would the 7770 even be capable? Thanks again.
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    Sorry, the specs in my sig are out of date. Not that the current card is better, but it's a HD 5450. In the past I've just wanted something to play blurays and such. Now with the new TV I wanted to up the resolution. You think it is the culprit? Regardless of the card's connectivity, the TV only has HDMI and USB, so Display-port is irrelevant isn't it?
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    Max resolution of 4k tv via HDMI

    Does that then mean that if i don't have the option to increase the resolution that my video card is the culprit? I read that cnet article and I have brand new High speed HDMI cables form amazon, the ones referred to in the article, but I don't have an option to increase the resolution of the output from the video card. It is an old card but I don't know if that's the reason. I'm not gaming on it, just trying to up the screen resolution.
  10. So if I have a 4K tv as a display for my PC, the max resolution would be 1080p because of the HDMI connection, right?
  11. ivangela

    How about that top 20

    I got a 980ti laying there I took out to put the 1070s in thats going to get cranked up when it gets colder... I had them over on my team but figure I may as well get my spot back since hyper and bishop passed me awhile back... Sad thing is it uses as much power as two 1070s by itself I know this might be dumb, but how do you measure the actual draw for a single piece of hardware like that 980ti for example. Is there a piece of hardware you can hook up to measure the watts or is it software (is that a reliable realtime measure). You know, something like a Kill-A-Watt or something similar to see what the card draws.
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    How about that top 20

    With nvidia graphics cards, 2-1080s and 4-1070s
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    How about that top 20

    How the ^%#~ does someone fold over 3 MILLION points in a 24 hour period!!???
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    FLDC

    Wow, not bad!
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