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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Zarathustra[H], Jul 22, 2015.
Maybe a setting in your TV.. like hdmi black levels ?
Naw - I wish it were so simple. I switched back to that 378 driver. Destiny 2 is no longer in beta, so I didn't have a chance to try it there. Noticed a difference in Resident Evil 7, but the game is so dark as it is I'm not sure if I'm getting this amazing picture or not. I really don't care to play the game, so not sure what else I can try to verify that the older driver does it for me.
At some point one of the firmwares for the KS8000 made some (good) HDR tweaks. It no longer gives me the "HDR content detected" flag, but it seems to remember HDR-specific color settings now. No more having to change all of my settings any time a game uses HDR.
Not sure if it was Nvidia, Samsung, or Microsoft, but HDR auto-detect also seems to work in Windows again.
Morning all. I have a question about my 65 inch 9500 series. Recently when I turn on the set the information 'overlay' that displays HDMI, date, time appears at the top of the screen but will no longer go away. It use to last a few seconds and then disappear, now I have to hit the 'return' button on the remote to make it go away. Any idea why this is happening and how to stop it?
Anyone know if the newer models (e.g. Q7) don't automatically default to 4:2:2 in game mode? I'm in game mode and as far as I can tell from looking at the test image I'm still in 4:4:4 but I'm wondering if I'm getting more input lag because of it.
One tip that I didn't see in the OP but may be mentioned elsewhere is that for me at least the scroll bars seem uselessly huge on a 55" but you can adjust them using regedit:
I put them all the way down to -120 and it seems about right for me.
^ Hmm, I might have to testes that out.
It depends where you've got your scaling set at but it's one way to get a little more control over things without changing everything at once.
This is good to hear.
Sorry if this has been asked before, but sometimes when i turn on my TV (Samsung JU7500) the text in Windows have a red-ish hue/outline around them, like a shadow of sorts. If i turn the TV off and on it's back to normal and text isn't weird anymore.
100% scale in WIndows and no other changes i'm aware of!
Any way of getting the tv (ks8000) to consistently keep the PC in 'game mode'? Every time I restart the computer, it gets recognized as a PC and disables game mode.
I havent decided which mode I like better for gaming. I tend to keep it in PC mode, do you guys have a favorite mode? I am using the JS9000
Does anyone else think Samsung 4k TV's are buggy as hell when connecting to PC?
I have hdmi 2.0 and gtx1060.
In my case, I have 2 brand new samsung 4k's which don't work on hdmi port #1. The whole screen glitches and goes blank nonstop, auto disconnecting/connecting repeatedly at 4k 60hz 4:4:4.
If I switch to hdmi #2 or #3, then it works for the most part. But as soon as the PC wakes up from standby mode, and I turn the TV back on, even these hdmi ports occasionally blank out for a second. And it's not the cable; I even tried ripoff Monstercables.
Get an HDMI cable with higher bandwidth.
Even high quality cables have bad examples.
Your problem looks like classic not enough bandwidth.
I got a high bandwith HDMI cable and it solved my problem.
The monster cables were 18gbps, and 4k 60hz 4:4:4 worked on hdmi #2 and #3.
Not sure why hdmi #1 glitched out so severely on both units
Not all connections+circuits are as good as the best, just the way it is.
When on the limits of bandwidth a slightly worse connection/cct can produce problems.
And not all cables run at their rated spec even though they apply a specific number to it.
If you are having problems that look like lack of bandwidth, it most likely is.
When the only thing you can do about it is change the cable (unless you dont mind dropping the quality), try another good quality cable.
The longer the cable the more likely it will have problems so keep it as short as you can.
I have a JU6700. When will upgraded 40+ inch curved displays hit the market? Itching to get a new display, addicted to the curve now. Seems like curved sets in that size, <49", are disappearing.
The problem is the curve only really benefits near-field viewing which is great for sitting at a desk but is far from the primary market these TVs are aimed at. The curve was basically a marketing gimmick that they threw at the wall. If it sold well enough I'm sure they'd be making far more than they are now.
Yeah, I agree.
The curve is great when using g these as monitors and sitting 2 ft away from a 40-48" screen.
99.99% of the people who buy these TV's will never do this. They look at these things from across the room, where the curve is more of a problem than it is a benefit.
Thus, the lowest common denominator users mess everything up for the enthusiast, yet again.
I just don't get why there is not a higher end but not stupid expensive segment of actual computer monitors that are 4k, large format curved screens with decent response time given the TV counterparts. There are medium format curved screens in the UWHD format, smaller 120hz curved screens, but nothing really at the 40+ range.
And that's why I've stuck with my JS9000. Everything is a compromise. I want 4K 120 Hz with low input lag and good response time. Don't even care if it's VA or IPS. Unless something like that comes out, it's OLED for me next.
OLED to me always is on the horizon. Something I want, but have to wait for the links to be ironed out. First it was input lag, but that is much better now than it once was.
Now it is image retention...
I think I may try a 35 inch ultrawide g-sync monitor next, like the Asus PG35VQ next.
I looked at them and they weren't big enough. I also can't do the 3440x1440 resolution. It's not tall enough vertically. It's ok for gaming, but terrible for productivity as I came from an array of Dell 30" 2560x1600 monitors before getting into these 48"+ Samsung TV's. The 38"'s look better, but I'd miss HDR and the physical size more than I feel like I'd benefit from going beyond 60Hz with G-Sync. Don't get me wrong, I like the latter quite a bit, but I like the physical screen size, image quality, HDR etc. more.
It seems like the KS8000 continues to get HDR tweaks for the better. For a while it felt like every single device (Xbox, PC, PS4, internal apps) needed vastly different settings to get anything out of HDR.
I've recently noticed that the same settings (Backlight 20, Brightness 45, Contrast 100, most everything else = default) work universally.
This combined with the TV now remembering HDR-specific settings has finally made HDR something beyond a novelty for this set.
I've honestly never even bothered with HDR on mine.
My understanding is (and correct me if I am wrong) that HDMI 2 has insufficient bandwidth for HDR at 4k60hz, and 4k60hz is all I use the panel for.
Incorrect. That's all I do with my KS8500 and I have seen HDR with some games.
4K/HDR definitely works on the PC. RE7, Destiny, and Shadow Warrior 2 can do it. Mass Effect Andromeda used to before it broke. It's showing up as an option on my PS4 output menus as well. I think the caveat is that it isn't 4:4:4. People who are far more knowledgeable than I am can clarify.
Ah, fair enough. I kind of presumed 4:4:4 as my base assumption, but I guess I shouldn't, because my "game mode" I use isn't 4:4:4.
Is HDR really worth it if it means you have to drop the chroma subsampling down a notch to achieve it?
Probably depends on who you ask and what the content is. For a lot of content, HDR is a gimmick. At its worst, it just washes out normal colors. I get the impression that the content creators have to keep that in mind, as some early HDR-supported games looked like trash on the PS4. But when it's used well, it offers lighting effects that can't be duplicated via normal means. At least not quite in the same way. The ability to have isolated ultra-bright lighting effects is really cool when appropriate. It's very life-like. Resident Evil 7 is a great example of doing it well. A few movies (and Netflix shows) do, too. If the game or movie doesn't put a heavy focus on pinpoint lighting effects, it's probably pointless.
Hmm. Maybe I'll give it a try one of these days. How and in what mode are you enabling it?
As long as you have "UHD Color" enabled for the input you're using, games will auto-detect it. With the PS4, the whole Netflix app triggers it regardless of what content you're playing.
Maybe I've been using it all along and didn't realize.
Come to think of it, some of the lighting effects in Deus Ex Mankind Divided did seem kind of intense.
I'd just like to report my problem seems to have corrected itself with the new Creator's Update (CU), new CU-drivers, and the live Destiny 2 build. I'm getting HDR. My TV won't display that HDR tag, but it's pretty clearly displaying HDR content.
A few firmware revisions ago my TV used to have a little drop down that would alert me every time HDR content was playing. That went away, but hitting the "Info" button still reveals whether it's working with most content. It doesn't work with the TV's internal Netflix app, but it does work with the YouTube one.
Well, after 2.5 wonderful years of using the JS9000 as my monitor, it is time for us to part ways.
Until now, the LG OLED TVs have been priced high enough that I could keep on telling myself that my JS9000 was "good enough." I know that OLED transcends LCD technology, but the $2000-$3000 price point was enough for me to keep dealing with what I have and waiting for that mythical 40"+ 4K 120 Hz G-Sync unicorn monitor that may or may not exist one day.
Today, however, a sales flyer from Newegg changed the game. I caught a sale for the 55" LG B7 (2017 model)...$1399 shipped. 55" is larger than I really wanted but for the price I will deal with the size. Tired of conventional LCDs in the 40-50" range having compromises and I really do not see a 40"+ 4K 120 Hz happening any time soon. The B7 will provide a stunning picture with less input lag, plus it does 120 Hz at 1080p which was an attractive feature of the Sony 4K TVs.
Thread in HotDeals if anyone is interested. I'm looking forward to playing some of my favorite games all over again, just like I did when I got the JS9000.
You aren't worried about image retention?
That - more than anything - is what is keeping me from going OLED.
Nope. From everything I've read, any IR that you might get is temporary. One review that I read today said that they had zero instances where it didn't go away on its own. The people on the forum here who have purchased these sets for monitors haven't indicated that it's a problem, either. And as far as I know, not one of them has any intention of going back to traditional LCD displays, so that in itself says a lot to me.
It's important to remember that it's image retention, not burn-in. And the 2017 sets are better at mitigating it than last year's. If you want to keep waiting, it's possible that future sets will be even better but for me, now was the right time to jump in.
Hmm. The burn in on my Droid Turbo OLED screen from using Waze a bunch was permanent.
Has the tech really changed that much?