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40” OLED’s are going to sell incredibly well.
Especially if HDMI 2.1 with Variable Refresh Rate has any kind of firmware level effect on input latency.
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duel view? the future is upon us! smile.gif
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Is it true the b7 is the same as the c7 panel? And that the only difference is the b7 doesn't have Atmos? confused.gif

Well I'll probably wait for the 40" b8 or c8 or whatever they will call it... biggrin.gif
Edited by ozlay - 11/2/17 at 7:34am
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Originally Posted by Slomo4shO View Post

OLED prices are still double to triple that of comparable QLED models which are, in turn, double to quadruple the price of slightly inferior quality LED models...

55" LG OLEDs somewhat regularly are on sale for ~$1400. Not too bad when a decent LCD is ~$800. My OLED is one of the best purchases I've ever made, I still gawk at it a year later.
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I use a 55" C7 as a monitor and once I left two windows open for 24h (doing a calibration) and I noticed some image retention of their white titlebars the day after. After running the pixel refresh that night it went away. This was SDR at ~105 nits (OLED light at 22/100), brighter would be worse.

So it is definitely still an issue, I wouldn't want to use a current LG OLED panel as a monitor without managing it. I autohide the taskbar, don't have any desktop icons and use a black desktop.

On the plus side windows hang on an otherwise truly black screen, it is black even in total darkness. biggrin.gif

Maybe LG's tech is worse. Reports of the pixel 2 xl getting severe burn in after mild use, and the oled panels are made by LG
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Not quite that bad anymore, 65" is about $1,000 more, and they seem to have notably more QC issues so I'd be weary of 80".

Man the C7 is appealing at just under $1,800 on Amazon right now. I'll wait for 120 Hz though, 60 Hz just isn't smooth enough anymore.

you can run the C7 @ 120hz in 1080pmode if that helps I got rid of my dell 8k in favor of the LG oled I like it more 8k even at ips is not on the same level as 4k oled we need 8k oled with low input lag and gsync smile.gif
post #27 of 101
Hey LG, hows about you give us a 45in-55in 4K C7 that does 120hz? And while you're at it strip out the smart features, speakers, and image processing. Big OLED panel that can max out at 100fps. That's all I want. Okay, maybe add enough HDMI ports to plug in a 4k blu ray player. There, that's all I want.

This looks like the best way to go for now.


Finally a TV For Gaming? - LG Nano Cell

Edited by Jarhead - 11/2/17 at 12:24pm
post #28 of 101
right now with a trio of 30" 4K RGB OLED, 32" 8K IPS LCD, 64" 1080p PDP
my next TV hopefully in the next 5 years will be a 80"+ 8K OLED
     
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This looks like the best way to go for now.


Finally a TV For Gaming? - LG Nano Cell

That TV actually has worse input lag than the C7 due to its longer pixel response time, the C7 has the same faster processing. The C7 is better in all ways, except price and image retention which might be an issue for very long gaming sessions.

Nano Cell is LG’s version of Samsung’s “QLED” backlight.
Edited by Asmodian - 11/2/17 at 2:41pm
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Another OLED thread, and surprise surprise, more people who have likely never used an OLED TV complaining about burn-in being a problem.

I've been using LG OLED TVs (3 different models) for FIVE years now as a main monitor. 12-18 hours a day on-time, and I even shut my screensaver off completely about a year ago because it's simply not an issue. I'll play UI heavy games like WoW for 12 hours straight, then go watch a movie and not notice a single problem. Burn-in is near impossible to get on modern OLED technologies, only minor image retention occurs which fixes itself automatically after the TV is shut off, or when you watch normal content. In 99.9% of cases you will never see this temporary image retention unless you throw up solid dark gray slides and look for it.

OLED is the future, I will never go back to LCD/LED. It's a far, far inferior technology and even the best ones of the market completely ruin the depth and clarity compared to a properly calibrated OLED display. It is the best investment you can honestly make, and with 40" versions coming they will make very good monitors that can work in typical computer setups.

55"-65" can also work fine as a monitor, you just need to make some adjustments and have a big room. I wall mount my 65" OLED and sit 5 1/2 feet from it for computer usage, and about 8 feet away from it for everything else. My friend saw my setup and was so thrilled with OLED, he ended up doing the exact same thing. He also has no problems with burn-in.

For the record, nano/quantum dot/etc displays are not as good. They are better than LCD/LED, but OLED still destroys them in a pitch black room. If you are in a bright room all the time, the difference will be harder to tell.. but no one who cares about PQ is watching movies and playing games in a bright room.
Edited by Murlocke - 11/2/17 at 3:38pm
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