120hz

  1. N4CR

    HDMI 2.1 120Hz Adaptive 4K OLED goodness: LG 2019 updates C&D models!

    This might be what many of you are waiting for, input lag seems very low in gaming mode to boot. Their 2018 models were already great delivering 120Hz 1440 action which many here have had high praise for, I was content with waiting a little longer. But of course it took a damn TV manufacturer...
  2. Zarathustra[H]

    Recommend a GPU to Support 1440p High Refresh for a Fortnite Addict?

    So, my stepson has expressed interest in going to high refresh gaming. Three points. 1.) Yes, Fortnite, ugh. 2.) I don't see the point in buying a fancy 1080p monitor in 2019, so I am looking at 1440p 120+ hz 3.) Yes I know he is spoiled as all hell, but I don't have a clue what else to...
  3. U

    Acer Nitro XV273K - 27", 4k, 144Hz, Strobing, 10-bit, 97%+ DCI-P3, HDR 400, Freesync/"Gsync"

    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/acer_nitro_xv273k.htm#vrb TFT Central Recommended (their "highest" award). Ticks every box one could want (except for those that don't want IPS panels). Only missing FALD, which lowers the level of HDR to only 400, but at $900, it's $1100 less than the X27...
  4. GoldenOne

    Tearing on secondary display when cloning displays

    So I've been trying to sort this for a while now. I have two displays, an acer x34P and an elgato 4k60 pro capture card. the x34p connected via displayport and the 4k60 pro via hdmi 2.0. (I have a dual-PC setup and am not using passthrough) When I "Clone" the displays, the display that is set...
  5. GoldenOne

    Need some help with display timings/blanking intervals to move a tear off-screen

    Heyo! I am in need of some help regarding monitor timings/blanking intervals. Specifically, how to move the blanking interval. Because right now instead of the frame starting at the top/bottom of the vertical area, its starting/ending in the middle. Resulting in an image like this...
  6. Armenius

    Sharp Showcases 27" 8K 120 Hz IGZO HDR Montior

    CEATIC 2016: Sharp Showcases 27-inch 8K 120Hz IGZO Monitor with HDR, also 1000 PPI for VR It requires 8 DisplayPort cables! 27" 8K is approximately 328 PPI. Maximum brightness for HDR was quoted at 1000 nits. Also shown were a pair of displays intended for 4K VR at 1008 PPI per eye.
  7. S

    u2711 upgrade

    I have had this U2711 for the past 6 years thanks to an [H] member and my nephew wants an upgrade from his 1080p. I am afraid that without having a 144hz IPS panel side by side I will not be able to discern a difference. For those of you upgrading from a great monitor with 60hz and moved on to...
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