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post #21 of 129 (permalink) Old 01-04-2019, 04:50 AM
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YAYY!!!!!!!

I may not have to buy a cheap tv. I may be able to get a 43in with HDMI 2.1.
Wha? I may have overlooked any size description. Hell, the monitor side of things is so slow. These t.v.'s sound a lot better than the current offerings from acer/asus.

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https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.ph...&id=1546474656

If true, this could be a real game changer. 25% BFI at 4K/120Hz. So that means 2ms MPRT motion clarity at 4k 120 Hz smoothness all with OLED HDR picture quality. 13 ms input lag too which is tolerable. This also means that 2560x1440p / 120 Hz with BFI motion clarity should also be possible for the more demanding games.

If these sets will truly have 48 GBps HDMI 2.1 chips, wow this is huge news. These TV's will wreck havoc in the high end computer gaming display segment.

EDIT: re-reading it I believe they mean 25% BFI is the black frame is displayed for 25% of the time (~2ms) and the lit frame 75% of the time (~6ms). That would be how they reduce perceived flicker and maintain brightness over 50% BFI. So the motion clarity would "only" be 6ms MPRT, but still better than 8ms!

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Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.ph...&id=1546474656

If true, this could be a real game changer. 25% BFI at 4K/120Hz. So that means 2ms MPRT motion clarity at 4k 120 Hz smoothness all with OLED HDR picture quality. 13 ms input lag too which is tolerable. This also means that 2560x1440p / 120 Hz with BFI motion clarity should also be possible for the more demanding games.

If these sets will truly have 48 GBps HDMI 2.1 chips, wow this is huge news. These TV's will wreck havoc in the high end computer gaming display segment.

EDIT: re-reading it I believe they mean 25% BFI is the black frame is displayed for 25% of the time (~2ms) and the lit frame 75% of the time (~6ms). That would be how they reduce perceived flicker and maintain brightness over 50% BFI. So the motion clarity would "only" be 6ms MPRT, but still better than 8ms!
That new BFI sounds really nice. I played around with the 60hz version but in the end left it off.

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For now, I have a Samsung UN43NU7100FXZA in my Amazon shopping cart. It has the best input lag and color range in that price range.
Careful some of the UN43NU7100FXZA's are VA panels and some are IPS.

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So True. Or Nvidia could even support this, now ubiquitous, VRR standard.

They will have to at some point right? With Intel and Xbox et al. on board it seems inevitable now.
As long as the next generation of NVIDIA cards sports HDMI 2.1, which they should given that especially their high end cards are always praised as being the bestest of the best, we'll finally see VRR on Geforces, too.
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Give me either this OLED with Gsync or an AMD VRR card with 2080ti performance. I dont really care which one.
My next GPU might very well be AMD, for the first time in a long time. Adaptive sync technology is the reason. There are zero TVs that support gsync, but a bunch of them that support VRR/Freesync, and I game on a TV. Plus, microsoft and sony have AMD grpahics. Nvidia will have to give up on gysnc before too long. The industry is just leaving them behind.
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Give me either this OLED with Gsync or an AMD VRR card with 2080ti performance. I dont really care which one.
My next GPU might very well be AMD, for the first time in a long time. Adaptive sync technology is the reason. There are zero TVs that support gsync, but a bunch of them that support VRR/Freesync, and I game on a TV. Plus, microsoft and sony have AMD grpahics. Nvidia will have to give up on gysnc before too long. The industry is just leaving them behind.
And.... that’s why NVidia is coming out with their bigeffin displays that do support Gsync.

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Nvidia doesn't care, their hardware is the very same as any other adaptive sync implementation, they all support each other, the problem is Nvidia loves to brand lock people to their own ecosystem because they can with their giant market share so they made a software lock in GeForce drivers for this very reason that will not allow GeForce desktop GPUs to offer VRR on anything but Gsync module equipped monitors, aka there is some check procedure that determines if the connected monitor is a supported one or has Gsync and not other adaptive sync. Meaning if they bothered to offer open source drivers the Gsync ecosystem lockdown would be gone instantly at least where open source drivers can be used. Gsync is inferior in specifications, input ports, etc. costs a lot more and locks you down to 1 brand only, it's a total rip off of customers.


People are waiting for VRR on TVs for ages now, especially HDMI 2.1. The panels don't care, they can do it for along time but electronics that control the panels are often limited on TVs and monitors to only offer a limited bandwidth = resolution * refresh rate.
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Confirmed full spec HDMI 2.1! As soon as HDMI 2.1 GPU's hit, a C9 OLED will be mine. Bye bye computer monitors.

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https://www.cnet.com/news/lg-confirm...t-in-2019-tvs/

Confirmed full spec HDMI 2.1! As soon as HDMI 2.1 GPU's hit, a C9 OLED will be mine. Bye bye computer monitors.
LG alluding to 4k/120hz, 8k monitors as well this year?

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