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post #191 of 204 (permalink) Old 01-22-2020, 11:23 AM
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screen saver + warranty = no issue really.

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^ and to supplement the screen saver there's pixel shifting where the entire image shifts a very tiny amount every few seconds or minute so slowly that you don't even notice it unless you really try. But maybe some screen savers have it built in.
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Hate to drag this up, and maybe it was brought up earlier in the thread, but is there any graphics feature that a TV won't produce as well as a pc monitor? Like HDR that's not quite as good or any color issues, anything? I think I remember a few years ago or some years ago pc gamers kind of frowned upon TVs. Edit: I have a Samsung 40" 4k TV and a Samsung 32" 4k ips high end monitor btw.

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not that I know of. if anything, HDR works best on television right now.

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^ and to supplement the screen saver there's pixel shifting where the entire image shifts a very tiny amount every few seconds or minute so slowly that you don't even notice it unless you really try. But maybe some screen savers have it built in.
That drove me absolutely crazy when using it as a desktop monitor. I had to disable it. Blank screen screensaver and auto hide taskbar is fine.

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Hate to drag this up, and maybe it was brought up earlier in the thread, but is there any graphics feature that a TV won't produce as well as a pc monitor? Like HDR that's not quite as good or any color issues, anything? I think I remember a few years ago or some years ago pc gamers kind of frowned upon TVs. Edit: I have a Samsung 40" 4k TV and a Samsung 32" 4k ips high end monitor btw.
The most common issue is subsampling the chroma which results in a subtle blurring of fine detail. Especially bad with text. This is why you need to put the HDMI ports in PC mode, and sometimes PC mode doesn't look as good. On the C9 and earlier banding is worse in PC mode with 8 bit RGB input and HDR tone mapping is much worse.

I hope the CX has improved PC mode, with all their talk of lowlatency HDR gaming improvements, but they could very well not have. 😞
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The 48-inch isn't on their website? Was it not at ces?

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it was.

strange though, the site only shows 75 and 55 for X series.

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LG is probably launching the series without the 48", and will launch that model 2-3 months later. So the website wont list 48 so as not to confuse people with a model that doesnt exist, and to get people to buy a larger and more expensive model. Once the 48 launches I bet LG will then add it to the site afterward.


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to follow that logic.... hopefully we won't see it release with obscene price gouging due to the increased gamer grade marketing.

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I don't think the 48" panel production line is up and running yet. If I recall a comment from last year, the 48" is a mid to late 2020 release.

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