I was told this HDMI adapter from Gembird can hit 390mHz.
Not aware of any HDMI adapters that can go higher than that.
I don't have an adaptive sync display, so I've always wondered about this. I the transition into LFC really that noticeable? I would think it wouldn't really be since we're talking about sample and hold displays.
Yeah, you have to use what they call a "pursuit camera". You put the the camera on a rail and move it with the UFO, to simulate how it would look with your eyes moving with the UFO. Doing by hand is kinda difficult.
The issue seems to be that the pixels aren't being pulsed at the same rate as...
So I guess it looks different than it does at 100hz aim stabilizer? That's how you'd really be able to tell if it's working correctly or incorrectly.
If it was working correctly, 80hz and 100hz would look VERY similar.
I remember another guy testing BFI on a LG CX had a similar issue. It...
What about at 80hz or 90hz? And does it look correct with the Testufo.com test (no ghostiing)?
UFO's in motion should look like the bottom one in this pic: https://blurbusters.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/strobed-display-image-duplicates.png
The FW900 is a massive CRT. You should be shipping freight, on a palette, full stop.
Don't try to ship it in a box or two with lots of padding, you're just rolling the dice with an incredibly rare CRT...
Are you using an external power supply for the HD Fury 2? Maybe that will help.
But yeah, sounds like your monitor doesn't like LCD timings. that's unusual for sure. Most CRT's just get warped left and right sides, which can be overscanned.
It took them like a week, and this was before the monitor came out.
And it was a low-risk one for them to answer. Unlike a bricked DP connector where they could end up paying out the butt for RMA's if they're not careful.
If you're on the latest firmware, could you do me a favor and see if you can set a refresh rate below 100hz, like 80hz or something, and still be able to trun on Aim Stabilizer strobing?
I emailed their support about enabling strobing below 100hz, and they said they'd look into it. I'm...
Yeah, the gigabyte brings good stuff to the table. I feel like there will be even better models out next year though, without any of the downsides, and maybe Blur Busters approved 60hz strobe.
In the meantime, my trusty 21" Diamondtron CRT will carry me through yet another year.
I'm on the newest driver, but I have no idea when they made this update. There's a good chance they made the change before they dropped Win 7.
You know you can activate a Win 10 install with your Windows 7 key, just FYI
Ok, the saga continues, one step forward, one step back.. Got some confusing results.
The new chain is:
5700xt HDMI>Dr. HDMI 4k with custom EDID>gofanco HDMI 2.0 to USB-C>USB-C to DP cable>Sunix DP to USB-C card>Oric0 PTAV USB-C to VGA adapter
And it works kinda. AMD drivers no longer hiding...
And there are plenty of 60fps locked games still being released. Like fighting games and platformers.
And console ports in general. You can't expect Platinum Games to rework their whole game engine to support arbitrary frame rates if their PC port is only going to move at $5 during steam sales...
You're probably thinking of general web browsing and work. Yeah, 60hz looks bad when you're looking at a big white webpage.
But I still use a CRT, and 60hz is fine for games. Like Control will put a hurting on your PC at high settings, so I ran it at 60fps. And when you're running at 60fps, you...
Yeah, it's HDMI 2.0>USB-C with micro USB for power. But I don't know how much power it's providing on that USB-C output. Maybe not 5v, maybe just 3.3v like it's a displayport cable?
Alright, since USB-C to DP cables are so cheap, I might as well give it a shot.
But I'm thinking it's one of two...
Ok guys, so the goFanco (probably identical to Club 3D) HDMI 2.0>USB-C converter gives no signal and isn't detected by my GPU or PS4. I'm assuming this is because it waits for a handshake on the USB-C side, and it doesn't provide the necessary power the oric0 adapter needs to power on and do...
My best guess is that John bought the CGMHA many months earlier, probably after reading this thread, then by the time he made the video, it was discontinued. But he didn't know the difference, so he just posted the picture for the other adapter that looks similar.
It would be easy to do, they...
I'm almost sure this is why. I have resolutions in my EDID emulator that won't even show up in Windows. And AMD drivers are blocking custom resolutions over a certain point, with the message "resolution not supported by your display". I can make 2560x1600@60hz, but I can't make 2400x1800@60hz...
That's what I was getting at in the first post. AMD cards will just ignore EDID overrides with a lot of external adapters. They do this with the Sunix DPU3000 hub as well. And it won't let me create higher resolutions via the built in tool. My best guess is that it's a forced limitation in the...
In other news, I've learned a bit more about Sunix DPU3000 firmware, and I've tried out a low-spec Vention HDMI>HDMI/VGA adapter.
So back when I thought I killed my Sunix DPU3000 adapter, I ordered a clone from Icy-Box, the IB-SPL1031, to replace it.
That finally arrived, and I saw it had...
OK, the Ori-co PTAV adapter finally came in (doesn't actually have a hyphen in name, I'm just getting around the censor).
I'm having a few problems, but I think it probably has the Lontium LT8711X-B with 4 DP lanes. I'm curious what you guys think. Especially Derupter
My main problem is that...
So I'm a little confused from some of the stuff I've been reading in this thread
Is displayport unable to do 4k 120hz at the same bitrate as HDMI 2.1? Or is it able to do it mostly transparently with DSC?
Getting this info on google is a little difficult.
So I see Rtings tests input lag at the middle of the screen. And I presume they don't subtract the typical "scan out" time? So at 60hz a CRT, you'd get 8ms at the middle because that's how long scanout takes to get to the middle.
So if they're getting 10ms on the middle of the screen, and not...
I was emailing with the support about extending the strobing range down to 60hz and shared this Blur Busters post with them: https://forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?t=7951.
They said they'll share with the "team". Could be bullshitting me, or they might actually share it with the team...