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    Default why no triple TV systems?

    So I was curious, 3 x 40 inch 1080p tvs would need how much power to run? :P
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    Default Re: why no triple TV systems?

    If you mean gpu power then gtx 680 or hd 7970 or later versions of same should give you playable framerates with a 6K resolution

    It may seem like a great idea but in order not to see the pixels you need to sit further away from a 40" 1080p screen than the more typical 24"
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    As this video shows, you don't need much GPU power to run triple TVs. No more than you would to run triple monitors. 1080p is 1080p regardless of screen size.
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    Default Re: why no triple TV systems?

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    If you mean gpu power then gtx 680 or hd 7970 or later versions of same should give you playable framerates with a 6K resolution

    It may seem like a great idea but in order not to see the pixels you need to sit further away from a 40" 1080p screen than the more typical 24"

    You always seem to popup just in time to answer a question like this. lol Are you stalking the forums again? lol You would need to sit 6-8 ft away to not see individual pixels. Maybe further depending on lighting and screen quality.

    Sam is correct. Res is the same no matter what it is going to. You can push a 1080p signal to a 100ft jumbo tron just as easily as pushing it to a 17" at 1080p.

    Running your PC to a TV has more to do with size of the picture than quality of the picture. You can get higher res and crisper quality of the image on LCD/LED monitors. Running 3 32" or 40" TVs sounds pretty sweeet to me. I can handle 1080p x 3 anyday. Others cant.
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    Default Re: why no triple TV systems?

    Normally it takes 8cm of distance away for every 1" of TV, ie for an 40" TV you have to be 3.20m far from it to see clear and complete picture without the pixelation.

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    Default Re: why no triple TV systems?

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Normally it takes 8cm of distance away for every 1" of TV, ie for an 40" TV you have to be 3.20m far from it to see clear and complete picture without the pixelation.

    Yeah that isn't going to happen. Some peoples rooms are not that big. lol Then you add in furniture, 6 ft might be the max you can get. haha That is like 10.5ft away. For movie watching I agree 100%. For gaming, you would miss the small things you need to see. I stand by 6-8ft (for gaming)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Yeah that isn't going to happen. Some peoples rooms are not that big. lol Then you add in furniture, 6 ft might be the max you can get. haha That is like 10.5ft away. For movie watching I agree 100%. For gaming, you would miss the small things you need to see. I stand by 6-8ft (for gaming)
    I agree, I'm actually seat 8ft away from my 46" TV and it's excellent distance. 8cm of distance for every 1" of TV is what the expert says, I was only quoting...

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    Default Re: why no triple TV systems?

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    I agree, I'm actually seat 8ft away from my 46" TV and it's excellent distance. 8cm of distance for every 1" of TV is what the expert says, I was only quoting...

    I know you were but Ihad to give you some crap. Cant let you go that easy. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
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    Default Re: why no triple TV systems?

    Back to the subjest, I think, running 3TV at 3x1920x1020 is the same as 3 monitors and as a Grumpy already said (referring to GPUs), you only need one GTX 760/770 or GTX 680 or HD 7950/7970.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    You always seem to popup just in time to answer a question like this. lol Are you stalking the forums again? lol You would need to sit 6-8 ft away to not see individual pixels. Maybe further depending on lighting and screen quality.

    Sam is correct. Res is the same no matter what it is going to. You can push a 1080p signal to a 100ft jumbo tron just as easily as pushing it to a 17" at 1080p.

    Running your PC to a TV has more to do with size of the picture than quality of the picture. You can get higher res and crisper quality of the image on LCD/LED monitors. Running 3 32" or 40" TVs sounds pretty sweeet to me. I can handle 1080p x 3 anyday. Others cant.
    Hahaha I find myself only answering questions that I can give useful info on.... I believe that the standard framerate below which folks are unhappy is around 30fps. to do this with all the eyecandy turned on and run 6k at the same time will need a quite powerful card as suggested. a lesser card might do too if less detail features is acceptable and still get the framerate. Simple answer get the biggest fastest card you can even if it is last gen. tell us what you intend to buy and we will put you right if we feel you may encounter problems. I guess that 2 cards in x-fire or sli would work too but I have no experience of that to guide you.

    pay attention to the connections available on both card and tv

    On the pixel front, my boy sits about 5-6 ft from a 32" 1080p tv which seems pretty good but then again he is into minecraft just now

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Hahaha I find myself only answering questions that I can give useful info on.... I believe that the standard framerate below which folks are unhappy is around 30fps. to do this with all the eyecandy turned on and run 6k at the same time will need a quite powerful card as suggested. a lesser card might do too if less detail features is acceptable and still get the framerate. Simple answer get the biggest fastest card you can even if it is last gen. tell us what you intend to buy and we will put you right if we feel you may encounter problems. I guess that 2 cards in x-fire or sli would work too but I have no experience of that to guide you.

    pay attention to the connections available on both card and tv

    On the pixel front, my boy sits about 5-6 ft from a 32" 1080p tv which seems pretty good but then again he is into minecraft just now

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    Very true, I should have been more clear in my statement. Big difference between Resolution and Detailed resolution. No difference to push 1080p resolution. Big difference if you want it to look good. hahaha Crank up eye candy you need more processing power or FPS suffers.

    With the way games are progressing even in SLI\X-fire the size of the frame buffer is becoming a huge factor. 3GB is now a minimum for good detail and resolution. If you are planning on running 4k for gaming you need at least 3GB for a decent level of detail. You can run 4k on 2gb but the detail and eyecandy must be turned down. You can watch movies at 4k with a smaller buffer as well like some of the lower end R7s. They have 4k support but they sure as hell wasnt talking about gaming at 4k. lol


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    Interesting. I found this guy who seems to have the life, :P, and yea has a man cave and a huge gaming setup. IDK how much eye strain that would cause but, it looks rad, as it would totally engulf you in the experience, and that is the effect Im trying to go for. I got one 40 inch 1080p panel on the way. I have a gpu that can run it, and will decide on picking up two computer monitors, I really dont need anything more than that at this point. The monitors would be helpful for hte music production and multi tasking. Also I plan on taking some graphic arts courses next semester and playing around with some of that stuff. I want to make a digital portfolio.
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