Yeah I'd probably just go with 705 in your shoes. Going by the MSDS, they're both propylene glycol and water based coolants. The 705 has a couple extra corrosion inhibitors and antimicrobial additives. I doubt there'd be any issues mixing them. Just maybe they can't guarantee the low...
Yeah I'm still enjoying mine, especially now that they fixed VRR over DisplayPort for nVidia cards. I tend not to play games in a bright environment so the HDR still has enough pop for me (and for movies I have my TV in the living room). Does make me wish open source monitor firmwares were a...
Well the display does have two HDMI ports so you can use both your PC and PS5 via HDMI. But the DisplayPort is fine. Below 48Hz the GPU will just use LFC so your effective range is still 1 - 120
As far as the HDR - By the objective measurements, the LG CX/C1 offers a superior HDR experience...
Yes, it can do HDR and gsync compatible at the same time
As of F05, the range is 48 - 120 over DisplayPort and 40 - 120 over HDMI. in F02-F04, it was 40 - 120 for all ports. I find there to be less flicker with the 48 - 120 anyway, and at that point the LFC transition isn't really noticeable.
I'm using this one https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B092ZXSVJS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1
I've also considered getting a fiberoptic displayport cable to have something thinner, but they're not cheap.
Supports 4k RGB @ 120 Hz over HDMI for me. That said, I haven't noticed that delay over DisplayPort unless the resolution is actually changing when going full screen. Though now that I think of it, pretty much all of the games I play support borderless, so that might be the difference.
I'll have to compare to my TV, but to some degree that's just going to be reality when 0,0,0 is literally off and 1,1,1 isn't when you only have 256 steps. I imagine 1,1,1 in 10-bit would be much darker.
There's an F05 non-beta now. Going to flash that and see if it fixes anything.
Edit: Seems to have fixed the issue. They did change the minimum in the EDID to 48Hz instead of 40Hz like with F02-F04, but it's still a wide enough range for LFC so it should be fine.
Unless you want multiple displays or need to use that single HDMI port for something else.
And for older games you don’t necessarily need a 3080 or better.
Overall the issues do actually seem fixable. Question is whether or not gigabyte will bother.
Yeah mine was reading similarly at the level you see in that picture. I think it's probably some combination of air being stuck somewhere in the loop and the soft tubing collapsing a tad when the vacuum is pulled. It's probably calculating the level based on the assumption that the loop is...