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    You can buy one. This is not a prototype but veeery expensive.
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    LG 48CX

    Some LD OLED's (ZX series) do support real 8K resolution. But you need big money to buy them. There are no CX/C1/C2 models with 8K resolution.
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    Thoughts on if OLED will trickle down

    I agree that integer scaling looks horrible. IMO the non-integer scaled 1080p picture on my 48CX looks buch better. But a non-scaled 1080p image on 48-inch 4K OLED produces an 24 inch picture, which is the most commonly used screen size/resolution combination in use. We are just spoiled with...
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    Samsung 34" QD-OLED

    The 2022 Samsung QD-OLED TVs will come in 4K resolution only,
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    LG 48CX

    Wow! Did you know, that all current OLED's can do 2000Hz (pixel response time under 0.5ms)? However, there is signalling interface that do support data bandwidth required to deliver that kind of image update speeds @2160p or even 1080p (not even DP2.1). And there are currently no TCONs / display...
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    OLED Eye Fatigue

    Which one did? The oldest LG OLED television test from Rtings (september 10 2015) shows no PWM modulation. In fact, as there is no backlight in any OLED display, there is no way or need to use PW modulated backlight.
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    Is it possible to buy custom LCD panel sizes?

    Just look at this: 32-inch 3:2 IPS -monitor with 4500 x 3000 @ 90 Hz 10-bpc.
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    Display does not show native resolution - Intel Graphics 620

    Try to create a custom resolution. You can download the maintenace manual from here:,b04cf3b406282fb07c88d2f2be9f73be/no_html,1/
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    LG 48CX

    I may be wrong, but I haven't seen a single graphics card which have both HDMI 2.1 and more than one HDMI port...
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    Wondering if there are any other AMVA panel fans out there?

    I think that AMVA is only an AOU version of VA Panel. There are lot of AMVA panels in production, if fact, totally 71 different 4K (3840x2160) models from 43" to 85"...
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    LG 48CX

    LG CX48 prices are likely to drop rapidly. In Finland, LG CX48 is now offered for EUR 1399 (EUR 1599 original price)
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    LG 48CX

    Please tell me more about 3080Ti. I have somehow missed it's launch and features. ;)
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    LG 48CX

    Starting prices in Finland: 1599€ (including 24% VAT) Available 12.5.2020
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    LG 48CX

    LG 2020 OLED US prices:
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    LG 48CX

    Some (European) availability and price information. Rollable 65" model (OLED65RX9LA) is quite... pricey :eek:
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    The perfect 4K 43” monitor! Soon! Asus XG438Q ROG

    32 inch 16:10 is narrower but higher than 32 inch 16:9 display
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    LG plugs NVIDIA G-Sync into its 2019 OLED TVs

    It was mentioned here last week, but now LG has updated that all OLED 2019 models support 4K@120 with HDR Update: LG has confirmed to FlatpanelsHD that all HDMI ports in the 2019 OLED models are full 48 Gb/s HDMI 2.1 ports...
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    LG plugs NVIDIA G-Sync into its 2019 OLED TVs

    The biggest difference is, that α9 supports 4K@120Hz HDR while α7 supports 4K@120Hz wihthout HDR (though HDR is supported with other resolutions/frequences).
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    4k multi-touch monitor (32-45")?
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    DP 1.4 to Hdmi 2.1 Converter SOON!

    HDMI 2.1 Displays are available. LIke LG C9 -series OLED-televisions, LG SM9000/9500/9800 -series nano-IPS -televisions (Direct-lit, Full Array Local Dimming, VCC, 4K@120Hz, ALLM= Auto Low Latency Mode etc.). Officially, they cannot claim 2.1 compatibility, as certification program for HDMI 2.1...
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    Anyone dropping ebay Xeon® cpus in their x79 / x99's?

    I have been running my Gigabyte X79-UD3 (rev1.1) with 12-core Xeon E5 2655 V2 ES with for two years now, without any problems. Running all-core 2,8GHz, 32GB DDR3@1866MHz
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    50" touch capable commercial shop display

    Just look here: Over 46" models
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    Only 2 drives in a Ryzen RAID array?

    I guess you can always use WIndows soft RAID solution (Storage space) for more than 2 drives Simple: A simple storage space writes one copy of your data and does not protect you from driver failures. This option requires, at...
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    OLED 4K 30" 60 Hz - Dell UP3017Q

    In OLED displays, every subpixel (red, green, blue and white (if white is used)) will omit it's light straight form the OLED subpixel level. Each subpixel luminance level is kept constant (no refreshing required) until the subpixel luminance changes. Because there is on backlight, no PWM...
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    Why are companies like Dell, Asus, iiyama and NEC not making 40" 4K monitors

    Turn the monitor upside down and rotate desktop 180 degrees: BGR -> RGB
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    Is HDMI 2.1 a hardware update or software update?

    In the graphics card side: I quess there may be a tiny possibility that the current hardware might support HDMI 2.1 (full banddwidth). At least nVidia started to promise dp1.3 and 1.4 support with Pascal chipset, even tough those standards were not fully ready, so final dp1.3 & 1.4 support will...
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    "Modern" 30 inch 16:10?

    I think this is the latest 30-incher: Dell UltraSharp UP3017 - no narrow bezels - no Freesync / gsync - heavy price Then, there is NEC MD MD302C6 with 3280x2048 resolution (16:10)...
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    Dell UP3017Q - 4K 120HZ Oled 30"

    This display has been canned. ... UP3017Q was canceled due to unresolvable image quality problems. Specifically, according to les Numériques, the issue was color drift when viewing the monitor off-angle. ...
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    Where are 4k 3840x2400 16:10 monitors??? lists no 3840x2400 resolution panels in production. The only 16:10 4K+ panel available is innolux 30-inch 4096x2560 (grayscale - no colour)...
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    Philips BDM4065UC - 40" 4K 60Hz monitor thread

    I really wonder which is this Seiki 6 bit 40" 4K panel. All current 39-41-inch 4K-panels are either 10 bit or 8/10 bit ones. I really doubt that they are going to use some proprietary 6bit 4K -panels...
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    Seiki SE50UY04 3840x2160 50" TV ($1300)

    To me it says: You are using 3072 X 1728 BUT: I am using 125% scaling for Windows (Win7 64 ult) and 1,25*3072 X 1728 equals 3840x2160
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    240HZ native in 1080p HDTV with HDMI 2.0 = I can achieve 120FPS?

    240Hz means that backlight refreshes at 240Hz. Input signal refreshes typically max. 60Hz.
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    Microsoft announces Windows 10 for late 2015

    One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
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    IPS 60hz SST 4k

    31" LG Electronics 31MU97-B @1315€ - 4096x2160 31" - 4K+60Hz - 31" AH-IPS - etc. ASUS PB279Q @ 707€ - 3840x2160 27" - 4K+60Hz - AHVA (AOU:s IPS variant)
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    Seiki SE50UY04 3840x2160 50" TV ($1300)

    2560x1440 looks a little better. But not very much.
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    Seiki SE50UY04 3840x2160 50" TV ($1300)

    Yes, you can create 2880x1620@60 Hz custom resolution (I have GTX780). But, see the (lack of) quality.
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    Seiki SE50UY04 3840x2160 50" TV ($1300)

    (Seiki 39) 1. Would like to but can live without 2. Yes 3. 120Hz@1080 is still nice to have. I would like to have 4K@60Hz as Displayport SST mode (but MST is ok is the new Tcon doesn't support 4K@60Hz in SST mode). Would be very nice if scaling to lower resolutions (2560x1440, 1920x1080) is...
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    What panel types are in TVs?

    If there is no protective glass on the screen, you can check the panel type following way: Press lightly and move your finger on the screen: - If it leaves a trail, it is a VA-panel. - If it doesn't leave a trail, it is an IPS panel - TN panels (used in some smaller TV:s) can easily...
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    Seiki SE50UY04 3840x2160 50" TV ($1300)

    Did you try to update monitor drivers or graphics card drivers? Don't touch nVidia drivers. Go to control panel -> display-> display resolution -> Advanced settings-> display-> Properties -> driver -> update driver -> select the modified monitor .inf -file. (general idea, I use non-english...
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    Seiki SE50UY04 3840x2160 50" TV ($1300)

    A larger display but the same or similar PPI automatically leads to higher resolution (unless you want big black borders around the picture).