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post #61 of 159
Oh man, this thing is HDR monitor and has DP 1.3. If it was 120-144Hz I would have hard time resisting buying it (it's hard enough even now tongue.gif )

http://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/samsung_has_plans_to_release_a_100hz_hdr_3440x1440_freesync_display/1
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Samsung has showcased a 3440x1440 100Hz HDR ready curved FreeSync display that will be available to purchase later this year.

This monitor is easily one of the highest end monitors that we have ever seen, using DisplayPort 1.3 and Quantum Dot technology in order to deliver a display that offers full HDR support and a refresh rate of 100Hz at a resolution of 3440x1440.

Samsung claims that this monitor has 125% sRGB colour gamut support, using a high-quality VA panel with a 4ms response time.

This monitor currently has the model name CF791 and comes with a 1800R curve and has built in 7W speakers
post #62 of 159
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Oh man, this thing is HDR monitor and has DP 1.3. If it was 120-144Hz I would have hard time resisting buying it (it's hard enough even now tongue.gif )

http://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/samsung_has_plans_to_release_a_100hz_hdr_3440x1440_freesync_display/1
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Samsung has showcased a 3440x1440 100Hz HDR ready curved FreeSync display that will be available to purchase later this year.

This monitor is easily one of the highest end monitors that we have ever seen, using DisplayPort 1.3 and Quantum Dot technology in order to deliver a display that offers full HDR support and a refresh rate of 100Hz at a resolution of 3440x1440.

Samsung claims that this monitor has 125% sRGB colour gamut support, using a high-quality VA panel with a 4ms response time.

This monitor currently has the model name CF791 and comes with a 1800R curve and has built in 7W speakers
"HDR ready"...

This monitor cannot comply with the requirements of the HDR standard. Either that article is wrong or marketing for this monitor is misleading.

In other words, you cannot display HDR content on this properly without mapping. Samsung rep chick makes no mention of HDR capabilities in the video, either.
    
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HDR...... you mean that over saturated color vomit?
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HDR...... you mean that over saturated color vomit?
You've obviously never seen HDR content played on HDR-capable displays if that's your best description of the standard.
    
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post #65 of 159
Same here cant wait to have 100+ hz 3440x1440 screens available for a reasonable price, would love em to come with gsync but without it would work aswell.
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Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post

Oh man, this thing is HDR monitor and has DP 1.3. If it was 120-144Hz I would have hard time resisting buying it (it's hard enough even now tongue.gif )

http://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/samsung_has_plans_to_release_a_100hz_hdr_3440x1440_freesync_display/1
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Samsung has showcased a 3440x1440 100Hz HDR ready curved FreeSync display that will be available to purchase later this year.

This monitor is easily one of the highest end monitors that we have ever seen, using DisplayPort 1.3 and Quantum Dot technology in order to deliver a display that offers full HDR support and a refresh rate of 100Hz at a resolution of 3440x1440.

Samsung claims that this monitor has 125% sRGB colour gamut support, using a high-quality VA panel with a 4ms response time.

This monitor currently has the model name CF791 and comes with a 1800R curve and has built in 7W speakers
"HDR ready"...

This monitor cannot comply with the requirements of the HDR standard. Either that article is wrong or marketing for this monitor is misleading.

In other words, you cannot display HDR content on this properly without mapping. Samsung rep chick makes no mention of HDR capabilities in the video, either.
Mapping?
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"HDR ready"...

This monitor cannot comply with the requirements of the HDR standard. Either that article is wrong or marketing for this monitor is misleading.

In other words, you cannot display HDR content on this properly without mapping. Samsung rep chick makes no mention of HDR capabilities in the video, either.
They already used something similar with their budget 4K TV's,the result was a TV that can play HDR content and benefit a tiny bit with it but ultimately is useless because of the 8 bit panel.

And if im not wrong HDR should be something like an algorithm so it always requires mapping to display a better picture.
post #68 of 159
Not even a 4k? why you even post this... 100 Hz and not 4k lol... gl
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Mapping?
Tone mapping. This monitor will lack both the luminance range and the color space coverage for true HDR content. So, the content has to be adapted for display on a non-HDR monitor.
    
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This monitor is dead on arrival. Why would anyone buy what is sure to be a $900+ monitor when they can buy an LG 34" Ultrawide 75Hz Freesync monitor for under $600?

Where do you see a LG 3440x1440 monitor at 75hz with freesync? I was only aware the 2560x1080 resolution one exists.
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