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01-24-2019 06:05 AM
JackCY Why not set your console to 1440p? Or 1080p? It's not like consoles can drive 4k GPU wise anyway. It depends on the input board/scaler if it accepts larger inputs and will downscale. With Samsungs you can do that I suppose but they are also notorious of adding input lag for 60Hz use over HDMI when scaling.
01-24-2019 05:23 AM
HiCZoK Anyone knows if it supports 4k on consoles like cgh70 does ?
01-23-2019 03:59 PM
JackCY And then come the retail horror stories
Sadly almost no monitor maker provides review samples in a way of a refund after reviewer buys it from retail. Some PSU makers do this but that is a much more competitive market.

600-700 EUR? GB is nuts.
01-23-2019 01:22 PM
Leopardi

BLB in io-tech review sample
01-23-2019 11:09 AM
JackCY But but you can buy a 4k TV. It is so "mainstream". Not that <$500 GPUs aren't struggling already at 1080p XD thanks game developers... some games look nice and run 80fps 1440p, other look as nice but run 300+fps...
The whole industry has to come together before we see good 1440p let alone 4k performance in 3D applications and games, from panel makers, monitor makers, GPU makers but also application/game developers.
You can get OK 4k monitors I think but it's all 60Hz
01-23-2019 06:46 AM
skupples funny how the 4K standard came generations ago according to NV & AMD, but here we are, years later, still struggling to get decent 1440p panels.
01-23-2019 06:30 AM
JackCY ASUS has the refresh out, and I think it's with AUO "frameless" aka what Acer has been using for years the AUO M270DAN2.6. It's on rtings.

I've made a thread to track all the monitors and reviews here: https://www.overclock.net/forum/44-m...r-options.html
01-16-2019 03:37 PM
arnolf Anyone knows which panel is used by Razer for the Raptor 27 1440p 144hz display announced at CES? Probably Innolux as well?

Also for the LG 27gl850, it is not very clear if it will be actually gsync or if it will be only part of the list of Gsync compatible screens supported by Nvidia. They just mention « gsync compatible » in the specs.
01-16-2019 05:16 AM
HalongPort First proper review online by hardware.info.
https://nl.hardware.info/reviews/899...tion-conclusie
Just use google translate.

Another FreeSync monitor with bad response times, without adaptive OD (but hey atleast OD works and is adjustable with FreeSync) and useless RGB.

Acer, disappointment.
Gigabyte, disappointment.
Asus refresh, MIA?
LG, the last hope? (Although their FreeSync monitors seem to have high input lag for no reason...)

Edit:

It seems all those Innolux panels have severe problems with backlightbleed.
01-14-2019 11:09 AM
HiCZoK We have AUO old, AUO frameless, INNOLUX 125% srgb panel and LG nano ips panel so far.
Right now, only AUO and Innolux are out in the wild
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