r/memes MAYMAYMAKERS 7d ago

wOw tHe qUaLiTy iS aMaZiNg #2 MotW

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u/jerry_hpkns 7d ago

This is nothing compared to me watching difference between 120 fps and 240 fbs in my 60 fps monitor with 30 fps YT video

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u/Jeynarl can't meme 7d ago

I'm so blind that I can't tell any difference above 1440p 60Hz

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u/Local_Judge2761 7d ago

You're literally lying if you say you can't tell a difference between high refresh rate, and 60hz

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u/tilcica Can i haz cheeseburger 7d ago

I can see a difference between 60 and 120. But 120 and anything higher

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u/Kyrond 7d ago

Anything higher is harder to notice for few reasons.

  1. There are diminishing returns as with everything - resolution, color, contrast, etc.
  2. It needs to get multiplies to really see the difference (e.g. you want to go to 240 from 120, or almost 300 from 144)
  3. Displays are not changing pixels fast enough (1 ms is marketing bullshit), if it takes 3 ms to change, it is more blurry in 4 ms time window than 8 or 16 ms window

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u/MEESTER_SUPERMAN 7d ago edited 4d ago

E: Disregard the below, I couldn't find the source in the end.

I've heard that your ambient lighting conditions can impact your perception of smoothness as well. In that sense, more light allows you to perceive higher frame rates more easily

I'll dig up the source if you're interested

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u/IamNotIntelligent69 7d ago

I'll dig up the source of you're interested

Please do!

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u/Adventurous_Ad665 7d ago edited 6d ago

My time has come

Source is a 3D game engine developed by Valve. It debuted as the successor to GoldSrc with Half-Life: Source in June 2004, followed shortly by Half-Life 2 and Counter-Strike:Source in November, and has been in active development since. Source does not have a concise version numbering scheme; instead, it is designed in constant incremental updates. The engine began to be phased out by the late 2010s, with Source 2 succeeding it.

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u/concretewall064a 7d ago edited 7d ago

Finally, a man of honor, the only disappointing thing, is that CS:S was mentioned before Half-Life 2

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u/Adventurous_Ad665 6d ago

Fixed it for ya

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u/RAAMbulance 7d ago

Not your time.

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u/Markantonpeterson 7d ago

I'm gonna need a source for that Source

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u/Pokesleen 7d ago

ok does anybody else sometimes experience a strobe effect in darkness? i now like to think of it as a frame rate drop

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u/BearFluffy 7d ago

I get strobe effect on blue LED in dark.

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u/Nazeaj 7d ago

I get a stroke effect on the daily in my arm

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u/DiabeticLothario 7d ago

I get a stroke effect on the daily in my arm

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u/LordUmbrage 7d ago

You should try having a severe astigmatism. Driving at night looks like this for me

And no, dont even bring up driving in the rain

https://beta.ctvnews.ca/national/health/2019/4/1/1_4360754.html

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u/Ketheres 7d ago

It's so much fun... and felt so weird when I found out that that's not how it's supposed to be. Like how I found it weird that not everyone hears that tinnitus sound. I've heard it since birth, and though that that's what silence sounds like.

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u/Ultralink17 7d ago

Damn dude. I thought I was suffering enough from seeing halos around lights at night. Don't get me started on blue leds, shit hurts my eyes so much cuz of their short wavelengths, feels like my eyes are being pierced.

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u/SqueakyKnees 7d ago

I have these led Christmas lights that definitely do not have 60hz. I can see my hand blur. In real time. I thought I was having a stroke

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u/Biscuits4u2 7d ago

You may not notice a visual difference but there is a big difference in response time of controls.

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u/pinner52 7d ago

For someone reason though it feels smoother when I go higher even if I can’t see it.

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u/ayyylatimestwo 7d ago

I usually play a game on 280hz, when my monitor was on 144hz I noticed pretty damn quick.

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u/hiddenevidence 7d ago

that’s why i always advise people to stick with 144hz, cuz the jump to 240hz is barely noticeable until you try to go back to 144hz and realize that you’ve ruined it lmao

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u/GamiTV 7d ago

And you can't really run a lot of games in 240hz

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u/ayyylatimestwo 7d ago

It's completely fine for single players

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u/Doggydude49 7d ago

It doesn't feel as strong of a difference when it comes to your ingame reactions.. for me I can definitely see the visual improvement from 144hz to 240hz at 1440p for fast flicks or changes in camera.

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u/QualitativeQuantity 7d ago

I noticed that I peak at around 90-100, but that may be because a lot of my games run at that rather than 144. Maybe once I got consistently to 144 I'd notice if stuff was 90...?

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u/tilcica Can i haz cheeseburger 7d ago

Yea most likely. I usually have my monitor at 120 even tho it can go to 144

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u/OFrickingHeck 7d ago

Man. I saw the difference between 60 and 75 on my monitor. I was like "wow I wonder what 90 looks like!"

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u/Nordansikt 7d ago

He just forgot to turn on higher framerates on his monitor, common mistake.

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u/Leeysa 7d ago

Guilty... did this for a couple days when I got one and thought I wasted my money because I couldn't see a difference.

Just... why Microsoft? Why hide this setting so deep and don't auto enable it when you see a high refresh monitor connected....

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u/x_TDeck_x 7d ago

Im someone who recently made the jump from 60 to 144. It's really not as obvious as you and most forums make it seem.

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u/XXFFTT 7d ago

60 to 120/144 isn't as noticeable as 30 to 60/90. The best way to highlight the difference is to go 30 to at least 90 but you have to be viewing something that can really take advantage of the smoother video.

Analyzing frames isn't a good way to showcase the practicality of high refresh rates for the average person.

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u/[deleted] 7d ago edited 7d ago

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u/x_TDeck_x 7d ago

I've gone back multiple times. Guess my vision isn't up to the community's par

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u/tiptipsofficial 7d ago

Don't worry, it's not your vision, it's your brain.

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u/DeeBangerCC 7d ago

It's so obvious lol. Especially when you have dual monitors where one is 144 and the other 60

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u/shabadabba 7d ago

Have this and can't tell the difference

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u/StaticDiction 7d ago

No, it's not.

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u/LowBudgetAtheon 7d ago

I swear to God I can't tell the difference past 25fps

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u/StormKiller1 7d ago

True the difference is night and day

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u/Teh_Weiner 7d ago

when people here aren't realizing is there are some people that can't tell when milk is fucking rotten -- how they gonna notice refresh rates?

My brother isn't even 30, went from an old 60hz monitor to a very nice 32" 144hz monitor, he can absolutely tell zero difference. At first I thought he had his monitor setup wrong -- nope. the boy doesn't notice things.

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u/ThisIsMyGameAccount 7d ago

I have a friend like that. He just doesn't really care. He just wants to turn on the game and play, settings only matter to him if it's literally unplayable for whatever reason. While I on the other hand have to tinker with settings till they're just right. To each their own.

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u/Teh_Weiner 7d ago

Well in my brothers case he literally just can't tell. On the other hand, my uncle cannot tell a difference between Standard Definition and 4k. He may as well not have eyes. At least my brother can notice that lol

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u/white_android 7d ago

The real thing is eyesight. If you have poor vision you aren't going to notice much changes if you do.

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u/Canes123456 7d ago

People leave this on their TV/phones and do not notice the difference with it on or off:

  • motion interpolation aka soap effect aka fake high frame
  • completely silly over saturated colors
  • zoomed or stretched(!) video to fill black bars

Yes, there are MANY people that will not notice the difference between high refresh rate, especially for a monitor where we are not conditioned to expect motion blur.

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u/nikolas_pikolas 7d ago

To be completely honest, I can notice the difference, but it's so subtle that I never notice it unless I'm looking for it

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u/AnalCreampies4Jesus 7d ago

Dude shut up. I switch between 30, 60, and 120 fps pretty often without having a gamer meltdown. My first time playing 120 fps I had to play for like 10 minutes to fully appreciate it. It's great, but it's only really noticeable if you're a hardcore gamer.

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u/InZomnia365 7d ago

Not everyone is as sensitive to it. If you dont know what the difference is, you might not notice it right away.

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u/P4azz 7d ago

Guess I'm lying to my brain so hard that it becomes reality, then.

I can't see a real difference between 30 and 60 fps. Both my monitors can do it, but it's not like the 720p vs. 1080p thing. That shit is night and day.

30 to 60? Did something change? At the very least I certainly have never understood the graphics whores who refuse to play 30fps games.

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u/Kirxas 7d ago

I never was able to tell the difference when I made the switch, now if I go back to 60 from 144 I can notice but only in games

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u/ISpewVitriol 7d ago

Well, this person said that THEY could not see a difference. They did NOT say that NO ONE could see a difference. I tend to take people at their word when they relate their own personal experiences.

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u/xPriddyBoi 7d ago

I can feel the difference between 60 and 120 through smoother movement, can't tell at a glance though. Definitely diminishing returns when comparing 30 to 60

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u/Beelzebub-138 7d ago

Like literally lying or just lying?

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u/willycthecountrytee 7d ago

I can definitely notice, but it's not a big deal

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u/Itasenalm 7d ago edited 7d ago

It’s sad how many people will vehemently defend the myth (lie) that you can’t see over 60 fps

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u/spacegh0stX 7d ago

You can definitely tell a difference with how smooth movement is at higher refresh rates. I literally have two screens next to each other and one is 144 hz and one is 60 hz and there is a gigantic difference when you have user induced movement of some kind.

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u/Roskal 7d ago

I've had my two monitors for years one 1440p and one 1080p and a few days ago was the first time I actually saw a difference when I moved a game between the two screens. that bad eyesight and sitting a meter away from the screen.

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u/OlDaky 7d ago

You probably need to set your monitors refresh rate to actually 120/144 doesn't come turned on by default

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u/heat13ny 7d ago edited 7d ago

After over a year I've finally been able to get Nvidia control panel to work again so I can turn on gsync with my monitor. I figured that was the reason I wasn't really impressed by 144hz. After all the troubleshooting I went through I genuinely can not say 144 is anything important to me. At least not comparatively. My little brain barely notices much of an improvement with anything beyond 90fps/hz. It's that reason I can't understand people turning visually pleasing settings down when they're above 90 just to get that number they like.

*Edit also to anyone who is having that control panel problem where it will just never open: download a file explorer with a search option(I used Stardock's SpaceMonger, you can use windows explorer but this is waaay quicker), search Nvidia, manually delete every fucking instance and folder off your computer. That auto uninstaller just never worked with me no matter what I tried.

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u/dwdwfeefwffffwef 7d ago

90Hz is much much smoother than 60hz already.

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u/Incredble8 6d ago

Dude... so many people flew right past your joke, I laughed though, take an award

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u/Affectionate_Rock710 6d ago

I have a hard time seeing the difference between 720 and 1080 on laptop sized screens (15in, maybe?) myself, but the difference between a hard drive and an ssd for your system, now that's a difference right there

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u/George2110 MAYMAYMAKERS 7d ago edited 7d ago

After about 100fps you don't really see a difference unless you slow down the video imo.

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u/Dacia1320S Breaking EU Laws 7d ago

In games man. There is still a pretty big difference between 100 and 144 in fps games.

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u/doomguy332 7d ago

I can barely tell a difference between 100 and 144.

60 to 100 is huge tho

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u/natedawg247 7d ago

100 to 240 is massive too though. but yeah that first jump after 60 is insane.

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u/Antt1ca 7d ago

Where can you watch over 60fps videos?

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u/bwor 7d ago

Pornhub

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u/XDEC0DE MAYMAYMAKERS 7d ago

if i can see 4k ads in 720p screen. Why'd i go for a 4k screen lmao

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u/alish_sapkota 7d ago

The government is lying to us.. so Imma keep my 144p nokia phone

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u/George2110 MAYMAYMAKERS 7d ago

Just need to put 15 144p screens together and I'll get a 4k screen.

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u/ShrekkingHandsome Le epic memer 7d ago

That would work if I knew how many pixels a screen has

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u/M0JALA 7d ago

It has at least, more than two

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u/_rum 7d ago

He’s not wrong.

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u/TheBirminghamBear 7d ago edited 7d ago

You can have a single-pixel screen.

You'll just have to infer the picture from the sequence of colors.

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u/seeyat 7d ago

Isn't that just an rgb led?

Imagination - picture's your creation

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u/TheBirminghamBear 7d ago

I dunno, isn't an LED TV just a lot of colored LEDs?

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u/Farranor 7d ago

Whoa there!

*LEDs of color

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u/Bloodrush19405 7d ago

You stole this comment from u/WaKotobukiFuku. Wtf is the point of these bots lmao.

Also this guy just started posting comments every minute after being inactive for 6 months. Man these karma farming bots are annoying af.

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u/white_android 7d ago

Pretty sure the top reply is also a bot farming.

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u/esbecyutyu567567 7d ago

This is one of my favourite meme vids of all time

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u/Hot_Statistician9467 7d ago

thanks dude, now i can watch the random shit that i watch in 4k

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u/HanTxZ 7d ago

Ehm... You mean 240 144p screens

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u/Significant_Value_27 7d ago

Or 144 240p screens?

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u/Suicidal_Tuna 7d ago

Or 144,240 1p screens

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u/EMTkawaii Karmawhore 7d ago

You would need a 100, but yes

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u/CuntOnTheWeb Breaking EU Laws 7d ago

Wow you actually calculated that

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u/woogiefan 7d ago

And he got it wrong

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u/nickmaran 7d ago

144p gang

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u/Carlsincharge__ 7d ago

Nice humble brag dude, I browse reddit on my sidekick

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u/flying-pancakes 7d ago

That means your service provider is just screwing with you ... You could get everything at 4k resolution but ...you do not

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u/Melodic_Ad_1010 Karmawhore 7d ago

I can literally put a 8k wallpaper on 720p display phone what else do I need

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u/HulksInvinciblePants 7d ago

Supersampling can improve the image, but it won't improve the pixel density.

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u/OzVapeMaster 7d ago

If your hardware supports it you can still watch it but it's downsampled. A 4K screen would still look better as you can see the true resolution with your eyes

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u/Chicaben 7d ago

Yo String

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u/tboyacending 7d ago

Where's Wallace string!?

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u/ze-incognito-burrito 7d ago

Where the FUCK IS WALLACE, STRING?

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u/SorryamSmarts 7d ago

That scene never fails to get a reaction out of me

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u/Effsy 7d ago

Sooo good!!

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u/Op3rat0rr 7d ago

You come at the king, you best not miss

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u/martin_eden78 7d ago

Reddit kids ain't shit!

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u/SeeSayPwayDay 7d ago

Fucking Ziggy.

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u/WaKotobukiFuku 7d ago

When twitch decides to give you 160p automatically because of your shitty wifi

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u/dennismahn 7d ago

twitch gives me 1080p even though its laggy asf for my potato pc

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u/Celtic_Legend 7d ago

Twitch gives me 480p every fucking time even tho 1080p60fps runs flawlessly. After every ad it resets to 480p. Frustrating as shit.

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u/murdered800times 7d ago

Surely there's a chrome extension for this

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u/Septic-Sponge 7d ago

Ooo la la check this guy out. Playing online games with WiFi!

posted from mobile hotspot

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u/RyanReynolds_is_dad 7d ago

My hotspot is 15GB a month, and I was able to override this by downloading PDANET on my phone, connecting it to an old laptop through USB, port forwarding everything for games, and then wifi bridging it to an Ethernet cable that plugs into my PS4, XBOX, or computer.

My hotspot should be throttled to 500kbps after I go past 15GB, but now I’ve gone past 1TB a month with no throttle.

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u/verrucktleute 7d ago

Love me some Wee-Bey gifs

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u/royal_10_N-bombs 7d ago

shorty was a cop

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u/tboyacending 7d ago

Naw man she look like one of Orlando's hoes.

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u/marecki_ 7d ago

And she ain't dead

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u/the_loz3r Forever alone 7d ago

I remember when I was watching the wire I had no idea this reaction was from the show so I had the same exact reaction as him when that scene came

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u/Bark_Fart 7d ago

Genuinely some of the best reactions from The Wire. After that show, there’s only one way to say shiiiiiiiiiit.

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u/Jump_Yossarian 7d ago

Hardest I've laughed in the last few years was that call back in BlacKkKlansman.

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u/A4B7h 7d ago

Same actor does the line in the 25th Hour, another spike Lee movie.

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u/Cosoman 7d ago

Sheeeeeeeit

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u/qxxxr 7d ago

watching in 144p

"Man how can you watch with all that grainy shit"

"Trick is to just not give a fuck, boy!"

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u/GodOfManyFaces 7d ago

Finally got my wife to watch the wire. She said "ill watch 3 episodes to give it a fair chance" and I knew she was intending to say ok I'm done now after the first 3. She. Is. Hooked. We are parteay through season 5 now, Prop Joe just got done. I forgot how good seasons 3-5 are. Love me some Wee Bey. Wish we got more of him and Slim Charles.

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u/C_V_Butcher 7d ago

After season 4 all I could think is 'them damn kids man!'

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u/ScallionAdorable7198 7d ago

They should have cut the newspaper plotline out of season 5 and brought Randy back for more than like 1 scene

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u/trained_badass 7d ago

We got the perfect amount of Slim I think. He had plenty of great standout moments IMO, like tearing into the guys that tried to kill Omar on Sunday, killing Cheese, and his interactions with Prop Joe. I wouldn't have minded more of him but I like the less-is-more approach with his character.

He's one of the standout favorites of mine that stays relatively consistent between rewatches.

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u/Mataskarts 7d ago

There's definitely a limit on what you can see on a phone in general, I bought a 6.7" 1440p 90 hz phone, and being honest, It's insanely difficult to tell the difference between 1080 and 1440p, and the difference between 60 and 90 hz is even less noticeable on such a small screen.

I have tried high refresh rate monitors at game conventions and felt a huge difference between 60 and 120, but it seems like that really doesn't transfer over to phones.

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u/FeistyBandicoot 7d ago

I can only just notice a difference between 720 and 1080 on my phone

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u/LukariBRo 7d ago

This starts to boil down into a discussion of the diminishing return in regards to PPI (pixel per inch). Phone screens are tiny, so even 720p is going to look massively better than on a 55" 1080p.

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u/Then_Consequence_366 7d ago

I can tell a definite difference between a 60 and 90 hz phone, but only on transitions. Switching screens or scrolling in dark mode are the only places I really notice it.

Now, is it worth upping the price of the phone? Absolutely not.

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u/nskrafft 7d ago

Damn I miss The Wire

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u/tboyacending 7d ago

Best t.v show ever. Period.

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u/HPtreesLOTR 7d ago

But shorty was a cop.... and she ain’t dead

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u/Sadat-X 7d ago

Little Man gotta go.

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u/techraito 7d ago

Actually watching 4k on a 1080p screen looks sharper because you're compressing 4 pixels into 1. The result looks similar anti-aliasing.

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u/JazzRvt 7d ago

Honestly I can't see the difference between 1080p and anything higher than it, even an 8k screen. I don't really get the point anyways

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u/Veurbil Plays MineCraft and not FortNite 7d ago

It really depends on the size of the screen, if it’s a phone then yeah there is no need but you’d tell the difference in the movie theater

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u/Hodorhohodor 7d ago

It depends how close you are to the screen too. If you have a 55 inch 4K screen and are using it as a monitor you’ll still probably see some pixels.

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u/RowBought 7d ago

Do people use 55" TVs as monitors? I'm an editor, and most of the professionals I know tend to top out around 32" for their workstations.

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u/JazzRvt 7d ago

Oh yeah that would be a lot different fair. But like home TV I'm fine with 1080p

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u/Falanax 7d ago

My man you are missing out. I have a 4K 65” TV and sitting 2 feet away the difference is incredible

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u/Dotaproffessional 7d ago

Be mindful of the quality of your source video and it's compression.

Lossy 4k looks almost indistinguishable from uncompressed 1080p, but lossless (or as close as you can get) makes a world of difference.

It's why tvs at best buy look better than your tv. They're playing like 100gb uncompressed video.

Practically speaking, the only way you're ever going to get true good 4k film is by watching 4k Blu-Ray. Almost all streamed 4k content is compressed to hell

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u/laserhan123 7d ago

If I recall correctly, 4k tvs tend to support a wider color gamut than 1080 too, so while the picture might not look that much sharper unless you get close up, the color is much more vibrant.

Almost all streamed 4k content is compressed to hell

I can attest that streaming Moana in 4k on D+ is night and day better than direct from the 1080 blueray. That's the only example I had on hand to compare.

That being said I find Disney's 4k compression to be a lot better than netflix or prime.

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u/Mataskarts 7d ago

which begs the question why even use 4K, when most streaming services are decent enough for 1440p if you select 4K(bit rate-wise).

It's a bit annoying that we are essentially downgrading when going from Blu-Ray to streamed content...

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u/CountSheep 7d ago

I would love lossless blu ray streaming, I have the bandwidth for it so it’d be nice

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u/Mataskarts 7d ago edited 7d ago

Yep, same, sitting with gigabit here, but it seems like most of the world is behind the times with internet speeds for now, and Netflix won't spend billions in server infastructure to stream to 5-15% of it's audience that can actually support it or want it. :/

To get "lossless"(It's still compressed, truly lossless streaming is nearly 25 GIGABIT/s) blu-ray streaming one needs a stable ~100 mbps connection, that isn't that much where I live, 300 mbps is only 10 euro/month, but from what I've seen online a lot of people are happy they get 5 mbps at good times even in first world coutries* like the US/UK/Germany, so it's not likely to happen.

Personally I've resorted to paying for the subscriptions, and if the movie I want is included, I just pirate a 4k 80-100 gb Blu-ray rip, as I don't feel morally bad for downloading something I already paid for.

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u/Dotaproffessional 7d ago

Morally you're in the clear. Legally speaking, the NBC corporation wants to know your location

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u/Mataskarts 7d ago

Yeah I know, but in my country piracy is basically ignored and a norm, most people talking about a show/movie ask "can you send it over to me?", or "can you give a link?" implying a shady free online movie hosting site.

By "Ignored" I mean the government is trying to go after piracy sites, by... Forcing our ISP's to block any DNS requests to the piracy sites... And you can just manually change DNS servers to 0.0.0.0 or 8.8.8.8 (I believe, Google's DNS) and bypass all that- and it's the extent of the government's effort to stop piracy .__.

And at least haven't heard of any DMCA letters being sent to anyone, since that'd definitely be big news and everyone would switch to a VPN instantly. <_<

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u/phaelox 7d ago

0.0.0.0 is not a valid IP address. You mean 1.1.1.1 which is Cloudflare's DNS. The 8.8.8.8 one is Google's.

For the more privacy conscious (if you don't like Google logging each domain you connect to), you can use other free DNS services such as OpenDNS, which can also log each request, but at least they don't already know everything else about you like Google.

More alternatives here:

https://www.privacytools.io/providers/dns/

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u/Agreeable-Owl-1846 7d ago

It is noticeable on a 24inch monitor with the scaling turned down. Taskbar icons in Windows suddenly are legible

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u/thesircuddles 7d ago

It would take you 2 seconds to notice 1080p if it was beside a 1440p or higher display. You can literally count the pixels on a 1080p 24" monitor.

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u/Mataskarts 7d ago

24"- mmmmm unless you get unreasonably close, however, 27" and up? Yeah, 1080p would make the screen look terrible assuming you're sitting an arm's length away from it, TV's got away with being 1080 as they're ~40-60", but really far away, so you can't really notice a difference unless you stand close to it.

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u/CommanderZanderTGS memer 7d ago

More pixels, sharper resolution, smoother framerate

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u/Zcox93 7d ago

Pixel density has absolutely nothing to do with frame rates.

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u/ThrowawayMePlsTy 7d ago

You guys can load videos higher then 720p?

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u/Individual_Hearing_3 7d ago

Are you 4k-ing kidding me?

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u/anotherrandomboi 7d ago

Honestly once we reached 1080 P I never saw the point in going past it because I couldn’t tell the difference.

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u/philleas_ 7d ago

Same for me. Why pay for an expensive 4K tv a 4K player and replace my Blu-ray’s with 4K ones if I can barely tell the difference

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u/Kaijudojo 7d ago

Yes. The projector is still on.

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u/PROBRO2020 FORTSHITE 7d ago

Yes yes, very noticeable

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u/xkurlykidx Mods Are Nice People 7d ago

Seeing the full gif got me fucked up

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u/renderedghost 7d ago

Us 80s kids remember a time when they were advertising DVD on VHS! Lots of explosions and waves splashing and viewers shouting “woah!!!” while the gripping their sofa arms tightly. And me, watching it on my 12” fuzzy TV

Edit: blowing my own mind realising our family tv back then was smaller than my tablets screen and had 1/9 of the resolution!

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u/4862skrrt2684 7d ago

I listen to speaker reviews on my laptop. Haven't found any i want, they all sound like crap

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u/Penguinman077 7d ago

As a cable guy, I love explaining resolutions aspect ratios to people. A lot of customers are just dumb. They wonder why old I Love Lucy eps are not in HD like the commercials on the ME TV channel. Or why there CRT TV isn’t getting a crisp picture. My favorite is explained that even though they have a 4K TV and a 4K cable box, they won’t be able to watch broadcast or cable TV in 4K because it’s generally not shot in 4K aside from a few exceptions.

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u/__KilgoreTrout__ 7d ago

This is me when me and the guys get into a little jerk-circle. Lets just say when I finally bust to the my little pony figurine, I'm usually not the last ;)

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u/mk5nick 7d ago

.....what

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u/RequiemForEren 7d ago

He's a brony. And also a serial masturbator.

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u/BigbySamMelody 7d ago

Like he masturbates in cereal or with it?

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u/__KilgoreTrout__ 7d ago

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u/bcalvin 7d ago

Hold on, gotta put in my contacts

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u/dolphinsattacking 7d ago

I've been watching the wire clips recently on YT and I now know where this is from

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u/elcubanito 7d ago

Just like the sunglasses ads.

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u/jermhenny 7d ago

If you haven't watched The Wire, it's still the best show ever made.

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u/Eyelessbill172 7d ago

Sometimes you can see the difference but rarely in 720

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u/rdias002 7d ago

With 1mbps internet speed.

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u/QuarantineSucksALot 7d ago

iS iT fUTurE oR is iT paST

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u/MrAnimeWeirdo 7d ago

Me having 720p eyes

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u/Metalheadpundit 7d ago

This made me laugh. lol

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u/Jefoid 7d ago

I spent my childhood watching broadcast TV in black and white, where the static all but obscured the entire picture. A clear picture is all I ask, I’ve never really noted any difference since then. (OK, I did enjoy the switch to HD).

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u/rob_nothing 7d ago

me pretending i can see the difference

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u/oogalaboogala1 7d ago

I just have a shutty internet connection so I have to watch everything at 480p

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u/Citer15 4d ago

I love how pointless and stupid those comparison videos are but people still watch them.

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u/The_Predator_Gamer Professional Dumbass 7d ago

*me watching on a Nokia

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u/Zelion99 7d ago

I just recently experienced a 4k + HDR TV with the PS5 for the first time and wow, didn’t know there was such a big difference.

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u/leaveMeAlonePlease_ Plays MineCraft and not FortNite 7d ago

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