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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-21-2018, 02:34 AM - Thread Starter
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High Res & Hz Panel Question

Someone correct me if I am wrong please. On monitors like the PG35VQ or the PG27UQ, the color % or the amount of colors that is displayed at 200hz and at that resolution is reduced due to the amount of data coming through the DP, right? Would that color possibly restored at a lower refresh rate, say 144hz or 165hz?

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On the PG27UQ at 4K.
10 bit only works up to 96hz above that is too much for DP spec.
8 bit starts goings off colour on 144hz setting. 120hz setting is perfect.

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Yes, The PG27UQ does full 4:4:4 8bit @120Hz and 10Bit @96Hz.
The PG35VQ will do the same at lower refresh, around 160ish Hz considering the bandwidth available.
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