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I just have a question, since the 4k blu ray players and 4k blu rays are soon to be available to consumers, how come there are no reviews or "FIRST LOOK" on the blu rays, I mean, has anyone actually seen how the picture quality is on screen, have they tested an actual 4k movie? Do they look much better than 1080p. I've seen 4k footage like at Best Buy and stuff, but never seen or heard about an actual 4k Movie like supposedly "THE MARTIAN" inserted in a 4k blu ray player and been reviewed. Has anyone seen anything on the internet? thx
To date, we haven't focused our reviews on any audio receivers or other products, but that will be changing very shortly. We should have a review of this product and others within the next couple of weeks, so please feel free to check back.
If you want to play your games, whichever ones they may be at 4K resolution and decent to good frame rates, then definitely the Titan Z from Nvidia. It is the more powerful, more 4K-oriented of the two GPU's. It is also more expensive and as an alternative we might suggest the Titan X or possibly the AMD 295x2 GPU. If you'd like to go with the Fury X and its more advanced, generally faster HBM processing architecture, then we'd recommend getting two of them for a crossfire configuration (but make sure that your motherboard supports this).
The Fury X from AMD can of course perform adequately at 4K resolution gaming as a single GPU but it will sometimes dip down below decent frame rate levels. It is however a superb card for high frame rate HD gaming, 1440p gaming and in a more general sense for its superbly fast HBM memory architecture.