The Professor 1080P
So it's commonly known that in 1080p the processor serves more as the bottleneck but as you scale to higher resolutions the GPU takes more of the load and becomes more of the bottleneck. My question is, why exactly is this the case? What makes the CPU more engaged in 1080p than 1440p?
The Professor 1080P
I'm debating upping from 1080p to 1440p and was just curious. I find my 1080 only at about 40% utilization whiling playing 1080p games. I find my frames are lower than I think they should be with a 1080. I find Overwatch only running at around 180fps and fortnite only around 144. This not max settings either. Would upping the settings actually force my GPU to take more of the load? My frames are almost identicle to what my old Rx 580 got. Is my R7-1700 holding my GPU back?
According to "sources close to both companies", the Samsung VR headset will use an early form of Oculus' mobile SDK, while the screens Samsung is providing the Rift will have a higher than 1080p resolution and will be used in upcoming cell phones.
Professor Cahill's video lecture series Gazing into the Past is now available! Both this series and his first, A Pure and Remote View, are viewable, for free, in HD (1080p). These lectures by UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus James Cahill are a legacy of his life's work in the history of the visual arts of China. They include Cahill's stimulating commentary and thousands of high-resolution images of paintings with close-in details.
With attach rates that still far exceed other high definition formats, HD DVD movies continue to sell briskly at retail to a growing consumer base. The 2007 title line-up from the core HD DVD studios, combined with a strong HD DVD title and hardware presence in North America, Europe and Asia, showcases the format's global appeal and unmatched technology features. Effective April 1st, Toshiba is implementing strategic retail price reductions on its full line of HD DVD players for the U.S. market. The entry level HD-A2 will have a suggested retail price of $399.99; and the new HD-A20, with 1080p output, will be introduced at $499 (available in stores in April). The top of the line HD- XA2 was already repositioned to $799.99 on March 1st.
Using an IP-based solution for the user interface allowed the Kettering IT team to access the system directly from their offices, instead of having to travel across campus to the lab every time a professor or student had a question about the system and its functionality. To simplify further, Crumbacher was able to retitle each display and source so that when the professors or students opened the user interface, they would know exactly how to navigate it.
A New Look With the installation complete, sonography students and faculty at Kettering College are pleased with the results. Beth Maxwell, an assistant professor of cardiovascular sonography for Kettering College, notes that the new lab setup has created a new opportunity in her teaching approach.
My heart goes out to students, like you, who may be scrambling to keep up with their courses without having a chance to meet with their professors. I thought I could be helpful by giving you an extra resource to help you in your stats courses. I'm wondering if you think the course I developed will be helpful to you and to other students in your program.
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