G-Sync is only supported on RTX 2000 and 1600 series cards.
3840x2160 120Hz 4:2:0 8bit and adding HDR on top of it - too much bandwidth for HDMI 2.0 - we need HDMI 2.1 GPU's for that. Stick with 3840x2160 RGB 8bit 60hz for HDR.
Here are my settings if anyone was curious
picture mode - game
aspect ratio - original
Just scan - On
oled - 75
contrast - 90
brightness - 50
sharpness - 0
color - 50
tint - 0
dynamic contrast - off
super resolution - off
color gamut - auto
Under White Balance -...
I did try 1440P 120Hz 10bit - Did not care for it, It's definitely not as crisp and clean as 4K. I'll be sticking with 4K 60hz for now, once the new GPU's come out in the fall - 4K 120hz.
I tried putting the input on the TV to PC mode - cant tell a difference at all. I leave it in standard game...
Just played a round of Killing Floor 2 on the 55" CX....Yup...Zero regrets moving from my PG348Q - 3440x1440 UltraWide. Was worried I'd miss the ultrawide aspect ratio - nope not at all. I sit about 5ft away from the screen and its just enough where I dont have to move my head to see everything...
Probably the 6800GT and 7900GT that I owned. But not for the cards - for the damn drivers and the terrible anisotropic filtering. Shimmering everywhere - meanwhile on the ATI side at the time - perfect AF.
I started playing this last night. I put about six hours into the game I’m loving it so far. I love the HDR effects in the game it looks absolutely amazing on my LG oled. I do have the texture issue in my game as well, it’s almost like the high-quality texture is not loading, it’s very odd.
Replaced my Corsair H150i with a Noctua NH-D15. Pump was starting to make a weird noise and I wanted to get more airflow over the VRM's and memory. Replaced the case fans that came with my Fractal Design R6.
Before / After temps using AIDA64 stress test:
CPU (Tctl/tdie) - 88.5C / 80.3C