News for 2011-03-22

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News for 2011-03-22

Post by dhanson865 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 8:48 am

* Intel 320 Series SSD preview
* Seagate Momentus XT firmware
* Single-Slot, Slot-Powered Radeon HD 6850
* SAPPHIRE Simplifies Eyefinity for Gamers
* CowcotLand tests 12 PSUs
* How LCD panels work
* Silicon molecules + polyvinyl alcohol

http://www.silentpcreview.com/news-2011-03-22.htm

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Re: News for 2011-03-22

Post by ~El~Jefe~ » Tue Mar 22, 2011 10:31 am

Great blog for the day.

The single slot 6850 looks awesome :) yum. green power even better.

I really love the lesson on LCD's. That is fantastic. I noticed it ended with TFT explanation. What is the difference then to my IPS monitor? I know it can present more color complexity and clarity etc, (and costs like 3x as much lol). But just wondering...

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Re: News for 2011-03-22

Post by dhanson865 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 10:59 am

I accidentally left out a URL in the first submission of the news today. For anyone that reads this before it's corrected the URL is here.

EXPreview Hands-on Intel 320 Series Solid State Drive

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Re: News for 2011-03-22

Post by dhanson865 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 1:14 pm

~El~Jefe~ wrote:Great blog for the day.

The single slot 6850 looks awesome :) yum. green power even better.

I really love the lesson on LCD's. That is fantastic. I noticed it ended with TFT explanation. What is the difference then to my IPS monitor? I know it can present more color complexity and clarity etc, (and costs like 3x as much lol). But just wondering...
Thanks, I'm going to take another crack at fixing my mistakes shortly but it's nice to know the work is appreciated.

Looking at the table at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TFT_LCD#In ... _.28IPS.29 it seems the terms TFT and IPS are used for too many types of screens to make any certain comments on differences. Who knows what you have compared to that mess of terminology :o

edit: after further reading it appears TN Film, S-IPS, MVA and PVA are panel types and TFT is a term that applies to more than one panel type so the answer for you is: There is no difference between TFT and IPS they are terms of a different classification.

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Re: News for 2011-03-22

Post by CA_Steve » Fri Mar 25, 2011 6:33 pm

-->* Silicon molecules + polyvinyl alcohol

My first thought: never have to spit into the diving mask again. :D

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