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if the panel is LG's, should be fine, but use a screen saver.
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What's the state of screen burn-in with these panels?

The LG OLED TVs get burn in, but they have a program you can run on the TV that completely eliminates it. It takes an hour or so, so you can just run it overnight every couple of weeks or when you notice some burn in. I've only run it once in 2 months.

They also have a setting which shifts everything by a few pixels. You'll notice it cuts off a bit of your taskbar sometimes, but it really helps with the burn in.
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What's the state of screen burn-in with these panels?

They don't really have burn in (unless you are aggressively trying to do it.) Their is some image retention some times, but you need to work to get that too. LG does pixel shifting that one doesn't notice on a TV, but might on a monitor in your face. Also as aberrero said, it will do clean up cycles at shutdown (it is after 4 hours of use.)

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Originally Posted by Astreon View Post

if the panel is LG's, should be fine, but use a screen saver.

It is most likely a Samsung screen. which might be better as that is a RGB screen. I think all the laptop screens are Samsung too.

also, DAMN YOU.. DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL! I was saving money!
yep, ordered!!

(ugh, i just got the new 2017 OLED TV too.. and i need to save up for skylake-X and the x299. At least i had the will power to not get the titan Xp 2017.. so far...)
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(ugh, i just got the new 2017 OLED TV too.. and i need to save up for skylake-X and the x299. At least i had the will power to not get the titan Xp 2017.. so far...)

Are you me ? rolleyes.gif
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Are you me ? rolleyes.gif

I hope not for your sake smile.gif I waste sooooooo much money upgrading all the time. I even have ninja plans when i replace TVs. (it must be done before my wife comes home from work... maybe she won't notice...)

but on topic with the monitor. Even if it falls short (and it does.. no hdr, 60hz, no gsync, a little small...) OLED is soooo amazing i can live with it.
and next year when a better, bigger screen is out with 2.1 - i'll update to that smile.gif
Edited by Zurv - 4/13/17 at 6:29am
post #26 of 627
From what I remember, the panel Dell was sourcing for this was a Samsung panel (so no filters over the OLEDs.) Therefore, I am curious as to if this is RGB subpixel (like a regular monitor,) RGB stripe, or Pentile. This page shows a demo of the last two: https://www.oled-info.com/galaxy-note-2-uses-non-pentile-oled-display-267-ppi

If it is one of the three above, it is likely Samsung. If not (white subpixel as well,) this probably means either LG or Sony (as Sony seems to make their own panels for their Trimaster series, although I am having a hard time confirming this.)

Although, I am curious about something. The 30 inch Trimaster 4k OLED monitor seems very similar to this monitor... makes me wonder.

Price isn't too bad as well for what it is, but I'll still be waiting for a Displayport 1.3 version at 23.8 inches for 4k at 120hz. Not to mention, let's see how it handles burn in on the desktop... on the flip side, burn in makes me nostalgic for Descent I and Afterdark screensavers.
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One of the things I hate about the LG OLED TVs when used as a monitor is the ABL (automatic brightness limiter). There is no way to turn it off. If you have an image on the display that has bright colors, the display will automatically turn down the brightness. For use in a monitor, I don't think they would put such a "feature" in it. Can you confirm if ABL is present in that display?
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One of the things I hate about the LG OLED TVs when used as a monitor is the ABL (automatic brightness limiter). There is no way to turn it off. If you have an image on the display that has bright colors, the display will automatically turn down the brightness. For use in a monitor, I don't think they would put such a "feature" in it. Can you confirm if ABL is present in that display?

what, you can't turn it off?

sounds like a steaming pile of garbage.
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Slightly off-topic but it seems LG 2017 OLEDs support 1080p120:

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/c7#comparison_206

Has anyone tested one yet?
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what, you can't turn it off?

sounds like a steaming pile of garbage.

It's probably to avoid retention or burn-in. However, ABL dims a sustained bright image down to around 120 cd/m2 on 2016 models and 135 cd/m2 on the C7, both of which are more or less ideal brightness settings for a dark entertainment room.
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