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whitestar_999

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Is there a difference in image quality between Intel's decoding and Nvidia's?

And does the difference between UHD 730 and UHD 770 matter?
If all other "enhancements"(intel graphics driver & nvidia graphics driver have some of them turned on by default) are turned off then there should be zero difference between image quality between intel & nvidia decoding. UHD770 is technically much faster than UHD730 I think but that's like saying hero bicycle is faster than atlas bicycle as both of them will be blown away in speed by any car(aka dedicated graphics card like 1050/equivalent).
 

Extreme Gamer

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If all other "enhancements"(intel graphics driver & nvidia graphics driver have some of them turned on by default) are turned off then there should be zero difference between image quality between intel & nvidia decoding. UHD770 is technically much faster than UHD730 I think but that's like saying hero bicycle is faster than atlas bicycle as both of them will be blown away in speed by any car(aka dedicated graphics card like 1050/equivalent).
Makes no difference in HTPC applications right?
 

whitestar_999

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Makes no difference in HTPC applications right?
Shouldn't be, from what I saw the hardware decoding capabilities of UHD730 & 770 are similar which are anyway going to be irrelevant for software decoding. Other than that, I don't think there are any htpc applications that can make use of the difference between UHD730 & 770.
 

Extreme Gamer

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Shouldn't be, from what I saw the hardware decoding capabilities of UHD730 & 770 are similar which are anyway going to be irrelevant for software decoding. Other than that, I don't think there are any htpc applications that can make use of the difference between UHD730 & 770.
Thanks, looks like I can go down to an even cheaper CPU if that's the case.
 
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whitestar_999

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Thanks, looks like I can go down to an even cheaper CPU if that's the case.
Just make sure to test with some high or insane bitrate video clips first to get an idea about processor usage. I will ask on bakabt forum to see if there are some good test anime clips with insane bitrates for HEVC/10 bit h264.
 

Extreme Gamer

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Just make sure to test with some high or insane bitrate video clips first to get an idea about processor usage. I will ask on bakabt forum to see if there are some good test anime clips with insane bitrates for HEVC/10 bit h264.
Testing a CPU means it's wasted cash if it comes to no use :cry:
 

TigerKing

Cyborg Agent
I couldn't find link for 10bit 12bit video samples for testing posted on XDA
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
What 1080p monitor has 144hz refresh rate man?
I don't know if I had known I would not have gone with 32GK650F which has 1440p 144Hz.
Can we run it in 1080p but 144Hz refresh rate to decrease the load a GPU and good frames per second right?
If the above setting is possible I will run it in 1080p 144hz refresh rate only but my icons should look small not large as they are hurting my eyes. It used to give me headaches that is the reason I almost stopped playing and also my domestic life has many problems but now decreased though.
I will now play all my purchased games one by one after I get my Graphics card, as I am eagerly waiting for my new RX6600XT to arrive though because of supply chain problems though.
If I had known about these 1080p 144Hz monitors my expenses towards this monitor would have gone down as I would have such a monitor though.
Thanks for pointing out I will definitely try this setting once my GPU arrives. Although I should have gone with AMD Ryzen 5 5600G but was thinking about using that PCIE 4.0 though which would have at least given me a working PC though. Alas I did not thought about this since my age factor.
My friend used to tell me why I am tiring even if I express my frustration also this is the age factor man. We should go accordingly I think.
 

Extreme Gamer

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What 1080p monitor has 144hz refresh rate man?
I don't know if I had known I would not have gone with 32GK650F which has 1440p 144Hz.
Can we run it in 1080p but 144Hz refresh rate to decrease the load a GPU and good frames per second right?
If the above setting is possible I will run it in 1080p 144hz refresh rate only but my icons should look small not large as they are hurting my eyes. It used to give me headaches that is the reason I almost stopped playing and also my domestic life has many problems but now decreased though.
I will now play all my purchased games one by one after I get my Graphics card, as I am eagerly waiting for my new RX6600XT to arrive though because of supply chain problems though.
If I had known about these 1080p 144Hz monitors my expenses towards this monitor would have gone down as I would have such a monitor though.
Thanks for pointing out I will definitely try this setting once my GPU arrives. Although I should have gone with AMD Ryzen 5 5600G but was thinking about using that PCIE 4.0 though which would have at least given me a working PC though. Alas I did not thought about this since my age factor.
My friend used to tell me why I am tiring even if I express my frustration also this is the age factor man. We should go accordingly I think.
144hz 1080p monitors can be had at smaller sizes, like 24 inches.
 

TheSloth

The Slowest One
I am waiting for AFFORDABLE IPS Ultrawides 144Hz monitors. Those are already costly and Indian prices are ever more crazy if the monitor exist in India.
I have started to see Ultrawide gaming monitors on Amazon around 45K but all are VA panels. Is IPS panel production cost that high??
 
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bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
I am waiting for AFFORDABLE IPS Ultrawides 144Hz monitors. Those are already costly and Indian prices are ever more crazy if the monitor exist in India.
I have started to see Ultrawide gaming monitors on Amazon around 45K but all are VA panels. Is IPS panel production cost that high??
Go with LG 32GK650F 32inch 144Hz VA panel @ 23.99k

Link: LG Ultragear 80 cm (32 inches) QHD (2K) Gaming Monitor with 144Hz,1ms, Radeon Freesync, Display Port, HDMI x 2-32GK650 https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07FLGR2PN/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_EJF18ZMWM5FP8ED0N3JF?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

VA is best of both worlds ( TN & IPS)

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TheSloth

The Slowest One
Go with LG 32GK650F 32inch 144Hz VA panel @ 23.99k

Link: LG Ultragear 80 cm (32 inches) QHD (2K) Gaming Monitor with 144Hz,1ms, Radeon Freesync, Display Port, HDMI x 2-32GK650 Amazon.in

VA is best of both worlds ( TN & IPS)

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I am only looking for Ultrawide at this point. Also not interested in VA panel because of ghosting issues during gaming.
 
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