Yet another 8K vs 5K+ question


#21

Judging by the jaggies that looks probably right.


#22

The 8k you can see the Fawcet & stairs have fuller detail.


#23

Yes, there is such a moment, but there are slightly different perspectives. Well, another 5K + a little further distance to objects. I noticed this by comparing directly full shots.
But in general, yes, 8K seems to have a bit more detail.


#24

The 8K looks blocky :joy:


#25

That’s on the outside. :blush:


#26

That is great! thanks.

On of my concern would be to know if i would shoot myself in the foot by getting the 8K over the 5K+.

What i mean is that 8K seems very nice but would i have performance issues with my 1080TI vs the 5K+.

Maybe ill be able to use the 5K+ max out at 90hz but with the 8K i will have to lower my setting to have a comfortable experience? :confused:

To me yes, SDE is a bit annoying, but performance is a lot more important.

I think i should trust my initial opinion on this one and get the 5K+ which seems more of a safe bet :slight_smile: But now 5K+ or 5K+ BE? :stuck_out_tongue:

But serious, is the 5K+ BE in production? Anyone received it just yet? No reviews?


#27

This is more of a subjective question.

I myself have no real trouble with games on tge 1080 ti running either on the same settings. But a lot will be dependent on the games you want to run.


#28

At 8K, the straight lines look a bit broken, notched, jagged.

@Heliosurge, @Ludx, interesting, is it just a frame like this, or in 8K do all straight lines really seem so weird, jagged?
Honestly, I don’t really want to see such straight jagged lines in the HMD. Or maybe a snapshot just turned out a little bad, catching 8K in jagged lines?

Still, this is not an enlarged photo, but the originals, on which the irregularities of the straight 8K lines are noticeable…


#29

I chose 8K, because I am against SDE, and also I get better colors and black. Well, the 8K still has a higher resolution on the idea …
Yes, performance is now better with software updates.

But at 5K BE, I think SDE will be the worst for you.


#30

I have an 8k and 1080ti and most games run pretty well with a bit of tweaking.


#31

Do you notice broken jagged straight lines at 8K? You already have a lot of experience.


#32

i think jagged straight lines is inevitable based on the pixel arrangement on the 8K.


#33

But if the 5K+ doesn’t require any (or less) tweaking, then its a plus for the 5K+ :confused:


#34

It is, of course, sad that the straight lines of 8K look jagged, as if there is not enough smoothing like a ladder … This is especially noticeable on the white pillar, on the ladder.
I understand that I just have to accept this?:roll_eyes:


#35

Sadly i think it is one of the cons…


#36

Shouldn’t be jagged. At least not in my experience. The capture sensor on his galaxy phone has likely cause this.

Diagonal lines will look perfect.


#37

In correct. Both need tweaking.


#38

Yes, I actually did not notice such a strong effect on straight lines on any photo of SweViver.
Apparently, it’s really not a good shot here at 8K …

There may be a residual frame superimposed on another frame, or something like that.
Or else it is not known what happened there, the aliens gnawed a pillar and a ladder :laughing:


#39

I want to see Movies and play some games.I hate SDE , but my GPU is an 1080. Is that enough to have fun with it?


#40

I mean when i take the 8K!