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    Eh I don't think it was MINI LED that had a hard time being made in smaller screens, isn't that MICRO LED? But yes you are correct while laptop screens have nice displays while still being decently priced, desktop monitors are something else...
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    Well 4k120Hz is suppose to work on the CX....but at 4:2:0 chroma. Still better than 60Hz regardless and something I'd gladly live with for a few months.
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    Maybe the 48" will be delayed but I doubt it as the 65" is already available from Bestbuy.
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    As long as my CX OLED doesn't get delayed I could care less what happens to monitors :D
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    MistaSparkul reacted to kasakka's post in the thread LG 48CX with Like Like.
    Adaptive sync on a Freesync 2 display and Nvidia GPU works just fine in windowed, borderless and exclusive fullscreen mode. <40 fps triggers LFC which duplicates frames which is not as good as G-Sync but on average the experience is not much...
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    MistaSparkul replied to the thread LG 48CX.
    Apparently DLSS 2.0 is actually very good, although it did take quite a while to finally reach a point where it's useable. I would imagine a lot of people are going to be pairing up this bad boy with a 3080 Ti class gpu so in theory we should...
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    MistaSparkul replied to the thread LG 48CX.
    Gah this is going to be the longest 3 months ever. Would've been super nice to have it now since I'm working from home atm due to covid19.
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    MistaSparkul reacted to Vega's post in the thread LG 48CX with Like Like.
    G-Sync module would provide no benefit for an OLED. Variable refresh overdrive wouldn’t be used/mean anything since OLEds have no/need no overdrive. Even if there was an input lag difference it would be so minuscule to be not worth a consideration.
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    MistaSparkul reacted to Murzilka's post in the thread LG 48CX with Like Like.
    The "Gaming monitor" killer. Just add hardware Gsync module and make it in 43" size for total annihilation.
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    MistaSparkul reacted to gan7114's post in the thread LG 48CX with Like Like.
    $1,499? Wow, at that price you don't even need to wait for the sales. Also makes it less likely that the 48CX will see as deep a price cut during the holidays. That's a solid win for gamers, right there. With that, LG didn't just put all these...
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    MistaSparkul replied to the thread LG 48CX.
    Prices: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/lg-usa-begins-rollout-2020-183400436.html $1500 for the 48". Release June.
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    I picked up one of the first gen ELMB sync monitors which was the VG27BQ and it was just awful with absurd amounts of crosstalk despite being a TN panel. This 2nd attempt at ELMB sync seems to yield better results and it even uses an IPS panel...
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    MistaSparkul replied to the thread LG 48CX.
    Lol at how the benefits of FALD gets nerfed once game mode is enabled on the Sammy. Now the argument of brighter HDR/more saturated colors on QLED almost gets turned into a moot point once you factor game mode in.
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    Plus some people who are going to be running spreadsheets all day then complain when they get burn in lol.
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    Ok this whole idea of response times being tied to contrast ratio needs to stop. If this was truly the case then how do you explain how the new MSI 240Hz IPS panel delivers TN level response times while doing >1000:1 CR?
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    So according to TFTC the Asus VG259QM will most likely use this same AUO IPS panel as the MSI monitor but will have a 280Hz (OC) refresh rate and ELMB-SYNC. Not really holding my breath for it though because I already tried the first iteration of...
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    Pretty sure he'd cover that under the uniformity section of the review.
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    Wow I must say that MSI monitor is actually pretty impressive. If they made a 1440p version of that I would probably upgrade from my Omen X27 to that.
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    Did you even watch the video? 17:18 he mentions a noticeable vignette effect that's noticeable even during normal usage.
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