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post #41 of 61 (permalink) Old 12-02-2019, 08:35 AM
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meh, what's the point when you can get a C9?

can wait for OLED to get a little smaller.

not dealing with another BLB LED LCD :"iPS" screen ever again. Can't stand viewing angles and screen quality so shart that you see the corner glow. ASUS PRO-ART SERIES, I'M LOOKING AT YOU.

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Nice looking TV... Will wall mount it if I decide to keep...
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Good thing my Audi got a pretty big trunk

The other pictures is the LG 38GL950G compared to my old Asus 34" monitor
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Good thing my Audi got a pretty big trunk

The other pictures is the LG 38GL950G compared to my old Asus 34" monitor
great pictures thanks for showing the comparison I just wish we could get the LG 38 inch with hdr 1000 and fald version with all the same specs. I am still trying to decide on a monitor right now I have it narrowed down to 3 displays PG35VQ Asus is releasing a firmware update for this to fix the flickering. Or PA32UCQ or this LG38GL950G
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Great monitor but HDR400 and VA for 1800 dollars Ill pass!!!


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Good to see the Swedes are getting some love. Probably another 1-2 weeks for us here in the states. Let us know your thoughts when you have a chance to run it through some tests.
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Good to see the Swedes are getting some love. Probably another 1-2 weeks for us here in the states. Let us know your thoughts when you have a chance to run it through some tests.
So far so good. The screen looks beautiful, oc to 175hz w/o any problems. No dead pixels.
If your in the market for a huge gaming screen and are okay with the price then I would absolutely recommend the 38gl950g.

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Would you use:

120hz RGB 10bit Full
160hz RGB Full 8bit
175hz YCbCr422 limited
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Would you use:

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160hz RGB Full 8bit
175hz YCbCr422 limited
Does 175hz require YCbCr422 limited?
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