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    Show Your LCD(s) setups!!!

    Update: Sold my simrig and invested in better speakers (Canton Townus 90 Fronts + Canton Townus 50 Center)
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    NVIDIA DLSS 3 “Frame Generation” Lock Reportedly Bypassed

    I really like DLSS3 so far. A graphic whore like me can crank up the settings to extreme levels. For example Spiderman at 5760*3240 via DL-DSR + DLSS2 quality and all other settings maxed out. Looks absolutely insane. Average base framerate is roughly 45-65FPS and 70-90FPS with frame generation...
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    Show Your LCD(s) setups!!!

    I'm using a Yamaha RX-V375 AVR. That's all nothing special and pretty low budget. The whole 5.1 system cost me less than 1500$.
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    Show Your LCD(s) setups!!!

    Thanks. Speakers are "Canton GLE 490.2". It's an older model from this german manufacturer.
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    Show Your LCD(s) setups!!!

    A wild 77C2 appeared.
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    Dell Alienware AW3423DW 34″ QD-OLED 175Hz (3440 x 1440)

    "This dip exists on every OLED we've tested, and unlike PWM, it's one line at a time instead of the entire backlight, so it's not noticeable at all." Are you telling that you can actually see this?
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    Dell Alienware AW3423DW 34″ QD-OLED 175Hz (3440 x 1440)

    It is also only present on LG OLEDs when VRR is enabled.
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    Dell Alienware AW3423DW 34″ QD-OLED 175Hz (3440 x 1440)

    From my experience with 5 different OLED TV panels, 2 out of 5 panels had these sharp vertical lines, but there are usually visible right out of the box. A manual panel refresh fixed it every time and they never came back. Otherwise there is no need after that to manually run the panel refresher...
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    LG 48CX

    Nope.
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    LG 48CX

    Try ycbcr444 and 8 bit.
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    I have no problems with text clarity on 48C1. I mostly only surfing the web, chrome 125% zoom, pc mode for 4:4:4, enabled windows clear type. ZERO issues with eyestrain. The problem people have with eyestrain in front of a 48" display is because they use to much brightness and have a wrong...
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    LG 48CX

    3X / 4X as expensive.
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    LG 48CX

    Nothing official AFAIK, but given that LG is always trying hard to please gamers, I would bet my money on that they will fix it on 2022 models.
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    LG 48CX

    Must be a great feeling when you have built something this nice with your bare.....FEET.
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    "Sucks". It's more like "not perfect, but decent".
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    LG 48CX

    Then just disable ASBL... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=by.makarov.smarttvlgrc Hit IN START, Code: 0413, go to OLED section and disable TPC and hit EXIT OR IN START again. Your phone must support IR blaster afaik.
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    LG 48CX

    Good points, but I know how to validate things like that. I'm using OLED since two years. I know Youtube compression can show banding, but it is clearly less visible with ycbcr444 limited + 8bit. Also visible in the Eizo monitortest programm and the gradient test patterns. My C9 behaves exactly...
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    LG 48CX

    In SDR I can't see this issue. Are you talking about HDR? This is exactly what I discovered last week. Colorbanding is greatly reduced with ycbcr444 limited + 8bit in HDR on my C1. It is very obvious in AC: Valhalla for example, when there is a blue sky without clouds. But it is also visible on...
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    The Samsung QLED q90a will be released in a 43" model.

    My Q90T flickers like shit near lower VRR range. They never fixed it. Maybe also depends on the panel you actually get.
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    The Samsung QLED q90a will be released in a 43" model.

    Would be interesting to know your QN90A's panel manufactur, here is how to check it: https://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/threads/2019-2020-samsung-qled-tv-discussion-thread.6297349/post-135356580 Samsung is using up to 8 different panel manufactur btw...
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    LG 48CX

    I would gladly like to buy a 48" Micro-LED display for $1099. Sadly, hardly gonna happen in the next 10 years.
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    LG 48CX

    I can’t understand in any way where this is supposed to be "incredibly distracting".
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    LG 48CX

    Yes, it takes insane predictive time management skills, such as turning off the lights from time to time when you leave a room.
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    LG 48CX

    Pretty sure this video would not exist if he would have turned his TV off every 4-8 hours for 6 minutes to let the pixel refresher doing it's thing.
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    LG 48CX

    OLED-light 80 for desktop usage in THIS environment AND only let the small pixel refresher run every 15 hours (10:21Min, 541/35). He is clueless.
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    OLED Eye Fatigue

    OLED TVs don't use PWM.
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    I think Gigabyte lowered the overall brightness on purpose. It's official declared as a monitor so they just want to play it safe. Same thing applies to the Alienware 55" OLED from 2019. The peak brightness was even lower on this thing afaik. I wouldn't expect a big change with firmware...
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    LG 48CX

    I check it from time to time. I have only one towards the bottom of the screen on my C9 (October 2019) and none on my C1 (June 2021). The other supposedly dead pixels that I find are just dirt.
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    LG 48CX

    With my X-Rite i1 Display Pro plus I measured 700 nits in HDR Cinema-mode and 674 nits in PC + Game-mode on my 48C1 (non-evo panel) after calibration. I really would like to know why there is such a gap in their 48CX vs 48C1 review in terms of HDR real scene, that does not make any sense. They...
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    24 gbps max. You can read it in the manual (2x HDMI 2.1 (6G + DSC only, no support for 6G and above).
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    Did they mention something about ABL/ASBL?
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    Holy fucking shit. That's ridiculous. I guess i know why there is less image retention on this thing...
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    Dr Doakes Brightness at 10% window?
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    Gigabyte AORUS FO48U 48" 4K 120Hz OLED

    What is the peak brightness of this monitor? Gigabyte claims up to 900 nits, but i also read somewhere it barely hits 500 nits? So what is true?
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    LG 48CX

    That doesn't matter from my experience. Even with >100 FPS average you can still have annoying VRR-flickering due to frametime issues. 90-93-85-95-100-110 FPS *frametime hiccup occurs* and suddenly it goes down to 60fps or even lower for a split of a second. But not every game has to have...
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    LG 48CX

    A frame rate with (a lot) fluctuation isn't the problem, it's about bad frametimes. These very quick hiccups are causing a rapid gamma shift of the OLED sub-pixels which is noticable as gamma flickering. The reason for this can you read here at 1:18: While using VRR in a game with a dark...
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    LG 48CX

    Strange. I'm always using PC-mode and Game-mode and both my C9 and C1 look identical in game-mode compared to other modes if i use in the same settings, even before i started to calibrate my OLEDs with Calman Home + x-rite i1display pro plus.
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    LG 48CX

    Yeah, on my C1 i don't even use native 4K for gaming anymore if i have the choice. I also kinda like 3840*1800.
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    LG 48CX

    Wait, you actual don't play Destiny 2 in HDR? You play it in SDR with forced BT2020? o_0
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    New Samsung Odyssey G9 with MiniLED announced

    It is always sad to see how Samsung wastes the potential of their hardware with their software.
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