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What is better for working with 3d graphics, 4k or Ultrawide?
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>>541990
too much pixels for real time rendering & editing,
1440p is the best.
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>>541990
I bought a 4k display. Its too many pixels. Lots of soft doesn't support UI scaling, resulting in blurry text/ viewports. If using with no upscaling, you cant see shit. I regret buying 4k display. Go with 1440p, thats what im buying soon
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I'd give 4k another year or so.
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2017 will be the year of 4k displays.
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Im using a 43" 4k screen and theres no better way to work in a 3d software than this.
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>>542044
Would you say a 4K makes more sense the bigger it is...so you can read text/UI better?

I've got 2 32" HD screens and i am really satisfied with my view.
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>>542047
One bigger screen is better than two smaller ones.




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