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i've been using custom 21:9 resolutions on my 40" 4k crossover monitor for quite some time now. It really is amazing and the only thing holding it back is the input lag. you can turn up the OD but the ghosting gets pretty bad. and sadly all the 40" 4k panel suppliers tout the response time of the OD at max, which to me feels awful due to the ghosting.

i think a 42" 4K panel with a really tight response time and >60Hz refresh rate is the ticket. i've already torn mine apart, searched the korean forums and found some info on how to RS232 into the control panel, but too chicken to try and mess with the firmware and make any modifications. plus the datasheet for the processor on it i couldn't find it for free anywhere.
post #52 of 74
While this sounds great, we still have the issues with 21:9 and even 16:9 panels suffering from horrible backlight bleed. I really want to start seeing OLED consumer panels first.
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I love the idea of 21:9, having a bit of peripheral vision is good, but when I'm trying to get no-scope headshots in Just Cause 3 I find myself wishing I had twice as much resolution in the middle of the screen (at 2560x1440). Not to mention just the scenery in general has so much more detail to offer than a mere 3.7 million pixels can hope to translate.

I'm going to love playing classics like Portal at 4K120hz, but games like JC3 will really utilise every pixel (and yes, I know, hardware to run JC3 at 4K120hz doesn't exist, hopefully high end cards in a couple of years will do that, and it'll probably take at least another year for 4K120hz monitors to hit the market given that I haven't heard of any being worked on yet).
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post #54 of 74
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While this sounds great, we still have the issues with 21:9 and even 16:9 panels suffering from horrible backlight bleed. I really want to start seeing OLED consumer panels first.

Backlight bleed is hardly an issue for VA monitors, and these Samsung monitors would most likely be VA. I wish they'd use full array backlighting instead of edge lighting, then it wouldn't be a concern at all and luminance uniformity would improve a lot (this is a major weakness of ultrawide monitors).
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As much as i like the idea of higher contrast ratio LCDs for deeper blacks and a lack of bleed and IPS glow, i just dont ever see myself owning a VA panel. Even if they're 144hz or higher their pixel response times are still much too slow compared to IPS, and especially TN speeds. Unless theres some crazy breakthrough with VA tech which i doubt, these aren't even on the radar.

Some folks even complain about the slowness of the 1440p 144hz AHVA monitors compared to TN which i find a bit excessive. Yes TN is still faster, but coming from a 1ms 144hz to a 4ms 144hz is imperceptible to me. VA is where i do draw the line however. I can't imagine how miserable it must have been for those Eizo sponsored teams to have to use that FG2421 in competitions.
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No Gsync or Freesync is a no go for me, otherwise I would pre-order this the moment I had the chance, even if the uniformity or bleeding wasn't perfect. Sort of a dream monitor imo.
    
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Considering DP 1.3 has 25.92 Gbit/s after overhead is removed, this makes it possible to have a 10bit panel with 3440x1440 and 144hz. Couple that with G-sync/Freesync and we have a winner! Slap OLED on top of that and it's pretty much my dream monitor come true smile.gif
Most likely this monitor is 8bit on the other hand, however it is very exciting to see a 21:9 monitor with this resolution and 144hz!

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Considering DP 1.3 has 25.92 Gbit/s after overhead is removed, this makes it possible to have a 10bit panel with 3440x1440 and 144hz. Couple that with G-sync/Freesync and we have a winner! Slap OLED on top of that and it's pretty much my dream monitor come true smile.gif
Most likely this monitor is 8bit on the other hand, however it is very exciting to see a 21:9 monitor with this resolution and 144hz!


link to site ?



also 4k OLED 120hz 32" preferably 34.5"-36" for perfection of PPI vs size.
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link to site ?



also 4k OLED 120hz 32" preferably 34.5"-36" for perfection of PPI vs size.

Here you go smile.gif http://www.kramerelectronics.com/support/bwcalculator.asp
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21:9 monitors will be very popular in the next year or so.

After experiencing 21:9 I can easily say 16:9 is dead to me... 21:9 with higher resolution, higher hz is what the industry needs to lean towards.

For those who never experienced 21:9 gaming, you have no idea what you are missing.

I am glad Samsung is also coming up with these panels.

Wider is good, but we need more height too.

1920x1200 was better than 1920x1080 and having 2560x1080 just makes it more awkward. It's good for those games where you can use peripheral vision a lot and have it wrapped around you, but it's useless if you don't want to use peripheral vision a lot.

Human peripheral vision is very bad - good for immersion and super wide FOV, but not something that you can use for fine details like reading text.
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