Subject: Displays | June 14, 2017 - 03:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: UP3218K, ultrasharp, dell, 8k
Ars Technica had the chance to test Dell's new $5000 UltraSharp UP3218K, a 32" 10-bit IPS panel with a resolution of 7680×4320. It uses two DisplayPort 1.4 connections to drive this beast and as even the GTX 1080 Ti struggles with high graphics settings at 4k there are some performance problems. Ars was able to test Rise of the Tomb Raider, Metro: Last Light, and GTA V and while they ran at 8K on a single GTX 1080 Ti; "they also crashed. A lot." GTA V performed the best of the lot, reaching a high of 50FPS and a low of 15FPS, though they looked very pretty while doing so. Drop by to download a screenshot and pan around to get a sense of what this screen can do.
"While Acer's 4K, HDR-ready, 144Hz Predator X27 gaming monitor is pretty hot, Dell has something even better: the 8K Dell UltraSharp UP3218K (buy here). This, if you're unfamiliar, is a display that sports a whopping 7680×4320 pixels spread over a 32-inch 10-bit IPS panel."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Acer Predator XB252Q 240Hz G-SYNC @ Kitguru
- Nixeus NX-VUE27P 1440P IPS Monitor Review @ Hardware Canucks
- AOC PDS241 24in Monitor @ Kitguru
Subject: Displays | January 5, 2017 - 06:30 PM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: UP3218K, ultrasharp, monitor, display, CES 2017, CES, 8k
Dell has announced the UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor (model UP3218K), which is outfitted with a 7680 x 4320 resolution panel and offers 1.07 billion colors (10-bit) with 100% sRGB and Adobe RGB coverage.
The Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor (image credit: Dell via 9to5 Mac)
"With our new UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor (UP3218K), we’re pushing the boundaries of innovation to feature four times more content than Ultra HD 4K resolution and 16 times more content than Full HD in addition to 33.2 million pixels of resolution compared to a 5K monitor’s 14 million pixels of resolution. The new UP3218K offers breakthrough realism with the finest details and color-critical performance for a truly transcendent visual experience thanks to Dell PremierColor, which offers 1.07 billion colors and 100 percent Adobe RGB and 100 percent sRGB, and an unprecedented 280 ppi to view most images in native format. Feast your eyes!"
The blog post on Dell.com does not offer full specifications for the UP3218K, but there should be an official product page up in the near future as Dell announced a release date of March 23. The price? $4,999.
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