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Gaming: Mixed resolution Eyefinity | Community

Gaming: Mixed resolution Eyefinity | Community Now even more gamers can enjoy the benefits from AMD Eyefinity Technology, and everyone can have access to the wider variety of display possibilities Eyefinity offers.9 megapixels (6400 x 1080) of gaming for about $650 all-in (figuring $150 for an HD monitor and $350 for the wide screen one in the middle of this photo).

Dell unveils 43-inch 4K monitor that can split into four independent 1080p panels

Dell unveils 43-inch 4K monitor that can split into four independent 1080p panels While the display can run as a single monitor at 3840×2160, its real strength is as a bezel-less option to display up to four separate desktops, each at 1080p.By replacing four monitors with a single display, the Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor provides a 30 percent energy consumption savings.

Apple’s new 5K display will double as a graphics card

Pumping enough pixels to fill up a 5K display — which has nearly 15 million of them — requires a little extra graphical muscle.That might be why Apple is putting a discrete GPU inside their new one.

Apple kills Thunderbolt Display, marking first time company isn’t selling a monitor in 35 years

Earlier this summer, we reported on speculation that Apple would soon retire its ancient 1440p Thunderbolt Display, only to replace it with a 4K or 5K panel.That would mean the company isn’t selling its own monitor (LCD or CRT) for the first time since the early 1980s, before the first Mac even came out.

Researchers: Hackers could weaponize up to a billion monitors to spy on everyone

Researchers: Hackers could weaponize up to a billion monitors to spy on everyone Most of the time when we talk about PC security, we talk about either the operating system or the hardware that it runs on.The team initially hacked the Dell U2410 monitor using a USB port, but were also able to hack the hardware using the HDMI cable.

AMD hints FreeSync-capable TVs might come to market, boost PS4 and Xbox One graphics

AMD hints FreeSync-capable TVs might come to market, boost PS4 and Xbox One graphics Both FreeSync (AMD) and G-Sync (Nvidia) are designed to smooth out gameplay presentation and offer superior image quality by matching a display’s refresh rate to the delivery of each new frame.Right now, FreeSync and G-Sync are both confined to computer monitors or mobile systems, but Tom’s Hardware thinks we might see them come to TVs as well.