I know this has been mentioned before, but the Ivy bridge HD 4000 graphics part of the
Ivy Bridge CPU really has 4K in it's "hardwires" per se:
"Anticipating increasing demand for resolutions beyond 1080p in Ivy Bridge’s life cycle,
Intel adds support to the MFX for 4096x4096 video decoding. In fact, Intel’s Jiang even
claims the MFX can decode multiple 4K streams simultaneously."
It's all here on this recent article (halfway down page):
Wonder if Redcine-X pro could take advantage of this somehow in the future, maybe the encode
This is what I see a lot of those 4K TV's being fed by... a computer that you will be surfing in one quadrant,
of the 4K screen, in another watching a full HD movie or sports game, then in another have email/tweets running,
and maybe in the fourth doing work or running some program.
Multitasking taken to a whole new level.