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  1. I want to futureproof my system to support a 4K display, while reaping the benefits of a faster card today. I wondered if anyone here already has a 4K setup — hey, it's worth a shot! — and if so, what their setup is. I was considering getting the MSI GTX 760 4 GB — a card that's supported on the 10.9 HCL — until I saw that they have a max resolution of 2560x1440 on it. But it supports DisplayPort 1.2, which does 4K, and NVIDIA's own specs say that the card should support 4K. So I'm wondering whether MSI's max resolution is actually limited in their implementation, or if it's a misprint. (Good luck contacting support and finding out either way...) Trouble is, I don't have a 4K display to verify this with today. Maybe I should just wait it out.
  2. Fabio1971

    Aggior. MacBook Pro Retina Display

    La casa di Cupertino a aggiornato i processori dei notebook MacBook Pro Retina Display e un abbassamento sensibile dei prezzi su tutti i portatili. Facciamo l'elenco : - MacBook Pro normale scendono i prezzi di £ 50 su tutta la serie base dei MacBook Pro. - MacBook Pro 13" passa da £ 1279 a £ 1229 - MacBook Pro 13" potenziato passa da £ 1579 a £ 1529 - MacBook Pro 15" passa £ 1899 a £ 1849 Passiamo ai MacBook Pro Retina Display con nuovi processori e altro sono diminuiti anche nei prezzi. - MacBook Pro Retina Display 13" base passa da £ 1779 a £ 1529 - MacBook Pro Retina Display 13" potenziato da £ 2079 a £ 1779 - MacBook Pro Retina Display 15" base cpu da 2.4 GHz - MacBook Pro Retina Display 15" potenziato cpu da 2.7 GHz e 16GB di Ram Comunicato ufficiale diramato da Apple : Fonte : sito Apple Fabio
  3. A die shrinkage isn't all that's coming to broadwell, some minor video improvements have been confirmed for the chip. Which adds VP8 hardware decoding, as well as two independent stream decoders to boost video decoding performance and speed. The TDP can be as little as 3.5W and as high as 4.5 Watts. This is great news for apple! despite only being dual core processors, these pack a powerful punch, allowing apple to create a smaller MacBook without compromising size, battery life or performance. In fact some rumors clam that it'll be even thinner then the current MacBook Air! Stunning! Let me know if you're as excited as I am about what apple has in store for us in the upcoming months! source: MacRumors
  4. I have a 15" Macbook Pro with Retina Display (512gb Flash Storage) and extras for sale on Ebay. http://bit.ly/YgaagD
  5. Kind of a continuation of my previous thread, but I thought I'd share my progress. I got the EVGA GTX 760 FTW 4GB, which works great when setting GraphicsEnabler=No. I also got the Dell UP2414Q – gorgeous monitor, by the way – and I now have native 4K output. But only at 30Hz. Which feels really laggy. Windows can run the display at 60Hz at native 3840x2160 over DisplayPort 1.2, but OS X can't. I've got a feeling it's a driver problem. I'm probably the only one on this forum with this issue, but is there any way to force OS X to refresh this display at 60Hz when running at 4K? Or do I just have to wait for new drivers from Apple? EDIT: See my update about 10.9.3. EDITED EDIT: See my update about the final version of 10.9.3. FINAL EDIT: See my update after extensive testing. (My setup doesn't work, but there are other 4K monitors which do for other people.)