D3D12 programs can run in full screen exclusive mode. All that bullshit happened because Activision Blizzard lied about it regarding World of Warcraft. They famously lied and said it wasn't possible to do just because they wanted to cut features and simplify the maintenance of their game.
What kind of fucking bullshit talk is this? Resolutions have been going NOWHERE for years.
Let's put this shit into perspective. I was gaming at 2560x1600 in 2009.
2009. 11 years ago. Hardware is supposed to advance. 4k should be ubiquitous by now and the only reason it isn't is because video...
Not even close. For pure gaming the 48CX will probably destroy this thing. Black blacks, no vignetting bullshit, higher resolution. I really see no downsides for gaming.
You can't use OLED displays for desktop monitors though.
At $1,500 it's starting to leave ass rape territory. $1,200 would get into the "feels fair" territory.
I like my monitor, but really, $1,800 was too much for a display with that vignetting problem. Should have basically been perfect with no downsides at that price with cherry picked displays...
Yeah people really underestimate how much of a difference a few inches make.
There's an enormous difference between a 27" monitor and a 31.5" monitor even though it's "only" 4". It's because people don't really factor in that monitors are the diagonal distance of the two opposite sides/corners...
As someone who really only cares about gaming performance, I'm waiting for AMD to release a CPU that can actually beat Intel in single threaded gaming applications. Sure, Intel's a disaster right now, but AMD's been such a disaster they still haven't caught up with Intel's single thread...
The long term solution is 1000hz refresh rates. Flickering sucks and motion blur sucks.
It's all just pissing around until they get there.
This is one of the reasons that I find things like VR so amusing. We can't even get two dimensional displays right, and people think we can do good VR.
I knew it was on every unit when I could detect it in Linus's footage. They send these guys cherry picked monitors. They're getting UNREALISTICALLY uniform displays to review. So when even Linus gets one with it, you know it's only going to get worse from there.
Of course he didn't mention the vignette effect caused by back light bleeding at the top and bottom of the screen.
They're all useless.
Edit: I was wrong. He did mention it at 17:18. I just missed it while skipping around because the video is longer than Lawrence of Arabia.
One of the 48" LGs is going in my arcade cabinet. Been looking for a suitable monitor replacement for a LONG time. It'll fit in there mounted vertically well, and I can run the games at 2160x1620 (4:3 aspect ratio).
This is just a last ditch effort to milk old technology before MicroLED.
The whole argument against MicroLED is price, but if you're going to charge almost 4 grand for a 32" monitor, you might as well go MicroLED anyway. This industry is such a scum sucking disaster.
It's looking like it's going to cost $3600.
They're saying June 2020 so it'll be released some time in 2022.
I'm not sure what you mean. The home is actually more readily equipped to deal with it than theaters. Tons of people have 60hz-120hz+ displays at home that could actually handle high framerate. It's theater projectors that are the limiting factor.
Ignoring the interpolation thing, I get really fucking irritated when ignorant people actually suggest that high framerate video (not interpolation but actual higher framerate) looks like a "soap opera."
People are fucking idiots. I swear, there's a reason that tech is in the gutter. The dumb...