There are definite benefits to motion clarity at 1000+ Hz when it comes to sample and hold. Since OLED pixels are so fast, using sample and hold you'd need 1000 Hz to get 1ms persistence. Just to put that into perspective, that's the same motion clarity as a strobed backlight display at 100 Hz...
I don't think I can go back to 1440p after all these years at 4K. With that matte coating on the 27" LG OLED, combined with low brightness. Gonna stick with the G8.
rofl LG store says "this order cannot be canceled" when I go to cancel WTF.
omfg better not have to call into these tards...
Since my PC is only for gaming, and I sometimes struggle to keep 240 FPS (CPU limit) in some modern FPS games with my 240 Hz monitor, I'm considering swapping out my 7950X with a 7800X3D. Anyone think I'm crazy?
Nothing touches the S95B in gaming/HDR, and I've had about everything. It's like a PG32 and LG OLED had a baby with all of the negatives dropped and kept all of the positive of both. Just get a big desk, push the S95B back, and rock n' roll. Absolute STEAL at $1,449.
Not sure about BF42 but the gamepad aim assist in MW2/WZ 2 is absolutely laughably insane. Literally insta-snaps onto people if you are looking into an opponents general direction and then insta-snaps to the next enemy player and so on. It's 100% a build in aim-bot and you just have to press...
Oh I was referring to my S95B QD-OLED, not the 34" QD-OLED UW gaming panel. The S95B on older firmware gets insanely bright for an OLED. Here is a real pic of me playing Calisto Protocol in the dark, it's like a 55" PG32UQX but without all of LCD/FALD drawbacks:
Ya maybe atmosphere isn't the right word. Maybe world/setting. Just the architecture, ships, hallways, music. All very well done and love the HDR/graphics. I really love worlds/games that have an "Aliens/Event Horizon" type gritty vibe to them.
The atmosphere in this game is second to none. Although the fire is definitely the worst rendered stuff in the game.
This is a pic of a red beacon in HDR in the game lighting up my dark room with the Samsung S95B OLED. This display and game were made for one another and an epic experience.