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Old 08-08-15, 02:56 AM
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You can tell a difference.. it's a 69% increase in resolution.
1600x900= 1,440,000
1920x1080=2,073,600
2,073,600/1,440,000= .69444
I think you mean 44%?
((2,073,000 - 1,440,000) / 1,440,000)

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Old 08-08-15, 03:21 AM
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I think you mean 44%?
((2,073,000 - 1,440,000) / 1,440,000)
2073600*.694=1,440,000(roughly due to the never ending 4's) meaning 1600x900 is about 69% of 1920x1080.
Doing it your way and then re-adding 44% back to 1,440,000 together also nets the same answer.
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Old 08-08-15, 07:28 AM
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Microsoft's strategy since Balmer left office is "windows will make us whole"
They oriented XBONE to be a media centre more than a gaming rig
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Old 08-08-15, 07:44 AM
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You can tell a difference.. it's a 69% increase in resolution.
1600x900= 1,440,000
1920x1080=2,073,600
2,073,600/1,440,000= .69444
No, I said I couldn't, Me, Moir, Ich, Brilliant that YOU can see a difference but I cannot.
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Old 08-08-15, 07:55 AM
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2073600*.694=1,440,000(roughly due to the never ending 4's) meaning 1600x900 is about 69% of 1920x1080.
Yes 1440000 is 69% of 2073600 but that is not the increase. The increase is the difference, relative to the original
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Old 08-08-15, 08:05 AM
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No, I said I couldn't, Me, Moir, Ich, Brilliant that YOU can see a difference but I cannot.
Because you don't have both, test it out and could tell with a side by side comparison.

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Yes 1440000 is 69% of 2073600 but that is not the increase. The increase is the difference, relative to the original
I'm tired and haven't done math for 3 months so forgive my mistakes.. I don't plan on doing math until classes start again! Just doing that was a chore
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Old 08-08-15, 08:10 AM
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Because you don't have both, test it out and could tell with a side by side comparison.
I don't yes correct but a work mate of mine does, Still couldn't tell the difference, Maybe I didn't stare long enough
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Microsoft's strategy since Balmer left office is "windows will make us whole"
They oriented XBONE to be a media centre more than a gaming rig
Yup, and what a moronic idea that was. Bring out a really expensive media centre when TVs are starting to come with most of those features already built into them. I just hope devs leave the xbone behind solely on the basis of lack of power. If not then we can expect another few years of stale gaming with little to no progression.
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Because you don't have both, test it out and could tell with a side by side comparison.



I'm tired and haven't done math for 3 months so forgive my mistakes.. I don't plan on doing math until classes start again! Just doing that was a chore
I have both and I cant tell the difference. There, mystery answered

I took the xbox for the media side of things, also halo and killer instinct.

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Yup, and what a moronic idea that was. Bring out a really expensive media centre when TVs are starting to come with most of those features already built into them. I just hope devs leave the xbone behind solely on the basis of lack of power. If not then we can expect another few years of stale gaming with little to no progression.
I have serious issues with my smart TV, the apps and features are slow, crash often and are not as user friendly as the PC or console.. e.g. Netflix. And this is a Samsung 3DTV I bought last year.
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Old 09-08-15, 03:42 AM
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I have both and I cant tell the difference. There, mystery answered
Well I play on these consoles on a 65" TV. So I guess when stretching it out to that big of a screen, it makes easier to pin point differences because the pixel count is increased by 44%. On a smaller monitor then probably not so much.
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