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MistaSparkul 08-23-2019 01:17 PM

Philips Momentum 328M1R 31.5" 4k 120Hz
 
Finally what a lot of us have been waiting for: ~32" 4k 120Hz. Not sure what panel is being used.

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/blog/ph...1r-and-278m1r/

Ayame77 08-24-2019 01:16 AM

hmm. Why not curved?
And why without G-Sync?

shilka 08-24-2019 01:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Ayame77 (Post 28101152)
hmm. Why not curved?
And why without G-Sync?

Because many disliked curved and dont want it

As for G Sync its way overpriced and is slowly on the way out being replaced by AMD Freesync and that other new adaptive sync stardard i cant recall the name of
Why paid for the G Sync gimmick when there is something just as good you can use for free so G Sync just adds extra costs to the monitor for no reason thats why many new monitors dont have it

Malinkadink 08-24-2019 02:08 AM

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Originally Posted by shilka (Post 28101162)
Because many disliked curved and dont want it

As for G Sync its way overpriced and is slowly on the way out being replaced by AMD Freesync and that other new adaptive sync stardard i cant recall the name of
Why paid for the G Sync gimmick when there is something just as good you can use for free so G Sync just adds extra costs to the monitor for no reason thats why many new monitors dont have it

Gsync does still hold a few advantages but i agree its on the way out as the advantages gsync holds mainly a consistently wide VRR range + variable overdrive can be implemented in a freesync display with the right scaler its just that that effort is left to the manufacturer and most manufacturers won't go out of their ways to implement those things. That's why the Spectrum monitor is being developed.

I want to know what the panel type of these displays will be, probably VA in which case im just not interested. I'd also be hard pressed to want to invest a good chunk of money into a DP 1.4/HDMI 2.0 monitor when HDMI 2.1 is already available in TVs and we'll have GPUs soon for that too and i dont expect DP 2.0 displays until late next year, yet LG launches their TVs around march of every year and if they introduce a 49" C10 model i'll be going that route and not looking back.

MistaSparkul 08-24-2019 10:33 AM

Better late than never but yeah I do agree it's too late now. I'm waiting on nvidia's 7nm gpu lineup which should have HDMI 2.1 and then I'll be picking up a C10 OLED hopefully in 49" screen size.

Malinkadink 08-24-2019 05:47 PM

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Originally Posted by MistaSparkul (Post 28101574)
Better late than never but yeah I do agree it's too late now. I'm waiting on nvidia's 7nm gpu lineup which should have HDMI 2.1 and then I'll be picking up a C10 OLED hopefully in 49" screen size.

I'll be considering AMD or Nvidia next year, whoever has the better card at the right price will get my money and i'm guessing that will be AMD but who knows what Nvidia has planned. The 2080Ti is prohibitively expensive for what it is and i've still been satisfied with just a 1080 at 1440p. If next generation flagships can give me a 100% performance boost over the 1080 that'd be great, just not for $1000 please.


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