Aevum1 t1_j6ma6aw wrote

Lets explain a few things

First whats an Hz, a Hz is a clock movement, its the rythem to which a process advances. its a clock tick which fixes the rate in which it works.

Hz is mesured at X/second usually, X being the number, so 60Hz is something that happens 60 times a second, your 5ghz processor has a work rate of 5,000,000,000 clock "ticks" per second.

to display video, a display usually works by using still frames at a very fast rate, 24fps for europe and 30fps in the US, mainly becuase the electricity which carries a AC current which provides a 50 or 60hz clock signal, this is a legacy component (a left over component) from when TV signals used the electricity frequency as a clock signal.

the thing is that with digital video and every device having its own clock signal (usually a quartz occilator on the board) theres no need for this now, and especially with gaming class video cards, they exceed the normal output of 24 or 30fps or even 60fps.

So you can use a higher refresh for a more immersive expiriance,

The problem is that the more work done by the GPU, the more power it consumes, and the display has to redraw the whle screan, meaning reseting all the pixels and recoloring them for each frame, and if th display consumes 1watt per redraw, at 30fps it will consume half of what it consumes at 60fps. (lighting not included, thats a constant power cost)

Theres also Interleved (thats why you see P or i next to resolutions) P is progressive scan that draws the whole image, and interleved draws only half the screen in every other line, but since its so fast you dont notice.

and as a final note, theres Vsync.
V-sync, aka vertical sync is a technology which fixes the video cards frames per second to a fixed refresh on the monitor, so if the monitor has a 60hz refresh, it will not allow the video card to exceed 60hz. now more advance technologies like g-sync and freesync adapt the videocard output to the maximum refresh of the monitor, but this is more to avoid screen tearing, which is when the Frames per second the video card is outputting is not divisiable by the refresh of the monitor and you start getting half rendered screens.


Aevum1 t1_iy2sna5 wrote

there was the whole mess with established titles being a scam, and this youtuber i like had to release an apology video becuase he also sold that shit.

what im trying to get is that He apologizes over Established titles but keeps selling raycons, and he streams and records with a set of DT990´s.

theres no way in hell he dosnt know Raycons are a dropshipping scam.


Aevum1 t1_ixgw0oy wrote

so, now that andor is done, whats the next big disney product thats going to have 6 daily threads on /r/television ?

Edit, It seem that Willow is the next big thing on the 30th but im really curious about Shark Vs Tuna on the 9th of december.


Aevum1 t1_ix4zxi2 wrote

I wanted to try a planar, and if its good for 40 bucks, i can take the hit, i just dont want to have a collection of 200 KZ´s

IS it just me or im getting a ZEX Pro vibe from this ?, that KZ releases them without declaring the collab and a few days later someone like Crinacle, or Zeos comes out and says "yea, those are mine".


Aevum1 t1_iwb0hck wrote

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on one hand, the 770 or 990 are pretty good over the hear headphones,

and if beyer is sweating, Stax dosnt give a shit anymore.