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02-24-2020 04:08 PM
ttnuagmada
Quote: Originally Posted by DNMock View Post
Why choose an OLED TV as a monitor? At the end of the day it's all about bang for your buck.

For a bit over $1,000 you are getting a 4k 120hz HDR1000 screen with the best image quality out there, and the only trade off is higher input lag than a standard monitor (although it's still pretty good compared to most TVs).

Most monitors with comparable specs using an inferior LED screen but with a lower 5m/s input latency are 2x or 3x the cost.
The C9 only has 6.5m/s of input lag at 120hz. I wouldn't exactly call that a tradeoff. Most monitors are worse.
02-24-2020 03:25 PM
JackCY Yeah but with 480Hz and a rolling pixel scan. ETA only 480 years.

8k OLEDs out now huh, well this one looks busted
02-24-2020 09:40 AM
ZealotKi11er
Quote: Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
We need 55" 8K OLED

I love the 55" 4K OLED 120Hz for now though.
55" 8K with 200% scaling for ultra-sharp text.
02-24-2020 09:30 AM
bertha01 Loving this thread, I think this is a very interesting discussion
02-24-2020 09:24 AM
Zurv
Quote: Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
We need 55" 8K OLED

I love the 55" 4K OLED 120Hz for now though.

one day you'll be able to play GTA V in 8k on a large oled

but in the short term start saving for all the new video cards you need to buy this year.

(I hope someone comes out with a DP to hdmi 2.1 soon.. the new cards are still a bit off.)
02-24-2020 09:14 AM
Baasha We need 55" 8K OLED

I love the 55" 4K OLED 120Hz for now though.
02-24-2020 09:00 AM
Zurv Well.. put in the order today to expand my desk.... so i could fit this TV (ugh... which cost more than the TV will be.. )

I think i'll use my Dell OLED as a second screen. I wonder if i'll game on my desktop with this here. I have the 77" oled already .. and that has a sofa (and a dog)
02-24-2020 08:48 AM
ibb27 HDMI 2.1 on Xbox Series X:
https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/02/...ration-gaming/
02-24-2020 08:27 AM
DNMock
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
I like any OLED but in the end I would rather have a 550" insane resolution with wide FOV than a small screen with equal PPI and small FOV. The problem really is that a lot of content even games are made for low FOV. Or that you put your documents/web too far to sides and then OMG I gotta turn my head too much isn't it?

The PPI of wall mounted 55" 4k isn't that bad is it? It's about the same as 27" 1080p pushed to the end of a table to the wall.

Would probably be happy with both 55" and 48" if they were affordable.

Why use these OLED TVs as monitors? Well unless LG or other corporation gets their head out of sand we won't get a smaller <40" OLED panel for <40" monitors. The monitors are getting larger and larger where the difference between monitor and TV is only down to naming and a branch in corporations developing those products. In the end it's all the same thing, using very similar technology, same inputs, etc.

OLED with DP2.0 or HDMI2.1, yes please.
Why choose an OLED TV as a monitor? At the end of the day it's all about bang for your buck.

For a bit over $1,000 you are getting a 4k 120hz HDR1000 screen with the best image quality out there, and the only trade off is higher input lag than a standard monitor (although it's still pretty good compared to most TVs).

Most monitors with comparable specs using an inferior LED screen but with a lower 5m/s input latency are 2x or 3x the cost.
02-24-2020 08:08 AM
RobotDevil666 I'd like to move on to 4k , been using predator x34 (3440x1440) for good few years now.
This LG48 OLED would be a very tempting option but I'm not sure how would TV work out as a monitor, plus 48 may be tad much for a desk.
Almost bought one of those last week but decided to hold off as I'm not sure how good VA panel would be compered to IPS in colour reproduction.

https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/revi...-43-4k-hdr1000
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