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    LG 48CX

    You might be able without buffering a frame, and just adjust strobe timing based on the previous frame time. This would lead to more "errors", so the user would have to cap their frame rate closer to their minimum frame rate so the monitor isn't caught off-guard by the variability. As for...
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    LG 48CX

    I believe it. Instead of LG doing what I'm talking about: enabling proper BFI at any refresh rate between 60 and 120, I could see them skipping right ahead to figure out a BFI + Gsync solution. This is already being done in a few PC monitors, but I haven't read many reviews to see how well it...
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    LG 48CX

    Well based on this info, I guess I'm sticking with my CRT's for another year. From the sounds of it, the combination of rich colors + scanning/strobing image + refresh rate flexibility is not available in OLED yet. Like on my CRT, I rarely play at 60hz or 120hz, it's always somewhere in...
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    LG 48CX

    Maybe your GPU was trying to output in 4:4:4 instead of 4:2:0. Maybe if you switched 4k60 to 4:2:0 before you switched over to higher refresh rates. Doubt it would make a difference though. Custom resolutions might default to 4:4:4. That would explain why mirkendargen could at least get signal...
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    LG 48CX

    Awesome thanks for the info. Sounds like problem with the duration of the black frame at non-standard refresh rates. Did you hit "info" or whatever on your remote to see if the TV was reporting the correct refresh rate?
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    LG 48CX

    Have you tried a custom refresh rate yet, like 80hz? 100hz is standard because of PAL regions, I think. I'm wondering if I could literally run this OLED at any refresh rate with BFI enabled. And can check for stuttering by going to testufo.com. You'll be able to tell pretty quick of the BFI and...
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    4K 120 FPS Over HDMI LG OLED TV's Nvidia GPU

    Looks like you don't give a fuck about logic and reason either. I actually do care about Canada, and I'm very sorry they have to deal with you.
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    4K 120 FPS Over HDMI LG OLED TV's Nvidia GPU

    So that's a yes.
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    4K 120 FPS Over HDMI LG OLED TV's Nvidia GPU

    Hey you're the one that fucked up with this thread. Are you like the great Orange Beast in the white house in that you can't admit when you've made a mistake?
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    4K 120 FPS Over HDMI LG OLED TV's Nvidia GPU

    Haha, it doesn't suprise me that a person dumb enough to think 1440p with SSAA displaying on a 2160p screen is somehow 2160p, would also think he's being silenced by left wingers on a hardware forum. We just care about saying true things, not false things. If you come in here and say a false...
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    4K 120 FPS Over HDMI LG OLED TV's Nvidia GPU

    You should keep it unpublished. Your title is misleading. And so are your screenshots. When you take a screenshot using DSR, it will take a picture of the internal resolution. So they're the same screenshot. If somebody was looking at your actual sceen, they could tell a difference. You...
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    LG 48CX

    I believe you can make custom refresh rates with CRU or Nvidia CP and run BFI. So if you can't hold 120, you could try 90hz or 80hz. Or that's what I've heard from one other person. We really need some more people to test this out
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    CRT's take work. Even the newest CRT's are 15 years old. So if you're not willing to do routine maintenance, you should sell the monitor to someone who will
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    LG 48CX

    120hz BFI is a pretty significant addition. Though not everybody will use it, since you can't use Gsync at the same time. I'm guessing most people will choose Gsync since it's kind of a "set and forget setting" whereas getting the most with BFI requires you to tune every game carefully, and...
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    LG 48CX

    Lower resolutions are going to have more shimmering, period. Instead of comparing 1440p to 4k, you should be comparing 1440p on the C9 to a 1440p monitor
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