The one thing that is very strange (and frustrating) is that OLED laptops have been a thing for at least a few years now and yet there is surprisingly little (re: none that I could find) long term reporting/follow-ups on how they've held up.
That's my great fear. Using an OLED tv as your gaming display is one thing. Using it as a total desktop display replacement is another thing entirely. My monitor is in use literally 12-15 hours a day M-F and only slightly less on weekends. I think I read somewhere that LG states their OLED...
The main reason i am avoiding SATA SSD's for my new build is DirectX DirectStorage.
DirectStorage is coming to PC | DirectX Developer Blog (microsoft.com)
Asset streaming from NVME straight to gpu is going to be a very big deal.
The Dell is much easier to get right now... the 38WN95C has been notoriously difficult to get a hold of since release. Myself I lean towards the LG for aesthetics plus the fact it has some actually not awful speakers built in to supplement my headphones. Also, as a policy i dont buy monitors...
I've been thinking the same since the 5900x availability continues to be a joke months in.
The problem is
1) DDR5 platforms are best case a year away
2) Do i really want to be on gen1 of an architecturally new AMD chipset? :eek:
3080. Primarily for two reasons:
1) DLSS + Useable (barely) raytracing
2) Superior ancilliary features that I am very interested in (NVENC, RTX Voice)
The reality is that whatever I buy will likely be a short term purchase (18-24 months) instead of my usual 4 years. The next gens from both...
Nothing coming that truly ticks all my boxes. I am currently using a 34" ultrawide IPS monitor and really really REALLY do not want to go back to 16:9.
Samsung is rumored to be working on an actual OLED monitor in the 32-36" range. Assuming its high refresh (120hz+) I'd have to at least...