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  1. So, would playing 10-bit content on an 8-bit panel result in a nicer output (analogous to SSAA/MSAA, maybe?) or would it just introduce unwanted noise?
  2. Is it a good idea to playback 10-bit video on a panel that is only capable of doing 8-bit? I mean, will I be detracting from the viewing experience or will it be a more vivid video? Am I better off just exclusively sticking to 8-bit?
  3. I'm not really sure. Which one would result in more performance gains?
  4. Hello! I have a Lenovo IdeaPad S540 (14-inch) laptop equipped with an Intel Core i5-10210U, an NVIDIA GeForce MX250 (the 25W variant) and 8GB of RAM (DDR4-2666MHz, 4+4GB, Dual-channel). I would like to squeeze out every last bit of performance out this laptop and from what I know as a noob to such endeavours, overclocking and undervolting are common ways of doing so. Could you please help me in figuring out the optimal way I should proceed?
  5. The thing about my budget is that the maximum amount of money I can spend is HK$ 6.5k regardless of discounts. I'm guessing these Ice Lake (10th Gen.) CPUs are initially being released into the Chinese/Hong Kong markets. They'll probably start showing up in the US markets in the near future. I don't plan on bashing the laptop around or anything. I just wanted to know how the build-qualities of the recent ~Coffee Lake (8th Gen.) models of Pavilion and IdeaPad laptops compare to each other. I'd like the battery to last at least 6 hours+ under regular usage mos
  6. These are the all the laptops available at student discounts: HP: https://www.hknotebook.com/np19/hku-hp/catalog_pcs?nb Lenovo: https://www.hknotebook.com/np19/hku-lenovo/catalog_pcs?nb Dell: https://www.hknotebook.com/np19/hku-dell/catalog_pcs?nb Acer: https://www.eduoffer.com/online/catalog/otherProductList/acer/tor/47?categoryId=&subCategoryId=&groupId=11 Apple: https://www.eduoffer.com/online/catalog/otherProductList/apple/hku/67?categoryId=&subCategoryId=&groupId=2&hu=1
  7. I'm looking for a 14" laptop for studying undergraduate computer science at university. 13" is too small and 15.6" is too big for me. I've narrowed it down to two choices with nearly identical specs. Also, please don't hesitate to give any advice or opinions you might have regarding my situation. I'm confused about the battery-life. It says the HP lasts up to 6 hours and the Lenovo is double that. How much will they actually differ in the real world? My other concern is the build-quality. Since these are very new models, there aren't any reviews for them. Can anyone compare the bui