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The term 16K resolution refers to a display resolution that has 15360 horizontal pixels by 8640 vertical pixels, for a total of 132.7 megapixels.[1] It has 4 times as many pixels as 8K resolution, 16 times as many pixels as 4K resolution and 64 times as many pixels as 1080p resolution, otherwise known as 8640p.

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AMD has announced a target for the future graphics cards to support 16K resolution with a refresh rate of 240Hz for 'true immersion' in VR.[2][3][4]

Linus Sebastian and his team assembled a gaming PC able to run games at 16K resolution through the use of 16 individual 4K monitors and four Nvidia Quadro graphics cards.[5][6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Brawn, Alan C. (2017-04-19). "4K, 8K, 16K – Are You Ready for the Resolution Evolution?". CE Pro. Retrieved 2017-08-05. 
  2. ^ "AMD Radeon Pro graphics card powers 16K display, 15,360 x 8640". Tweaktown. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  3. ^ "AMD's graphics boss says VR needs 16K at 240Hz for 'true immersion'". Tweaktown. Retrieved 2016-01-15. 
  4. ^ "AMD's Raja Koduri says that we need 16K at 240Hz for "true immersion" in VR". Overclock3D.net. Retrieved 2016-01-16. 
  5. ^ Orland, Kyle (2017-08-03). "What kind of gaming rig can run at 16K resolution?". ArsTechnica. Retrieved 2017-08-05. 
  6. ^ "GAMING at 16K RESOLUTION?? – HOLY $H!T". YouTube. Retrieved 2017-10-19. 


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