Future 38" IPS panel 98% DCI P3 144Hz HDR 600

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Anemone, Dec 19, 2018.

  1. IdiotInCharge

    IdiotInCharge Not the Idiot YOU are Looking for

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    Based on un-cited 'speculation'. Also remember that Freesync isn't 'free', from a hardware standpoint; Freesync2, which seeks to close the gap with G-Sync somewhat, is even more expensive.

    And so long as AMD maintains their steady two to three generation disadvantage, G-Sync + a top-end Nvidia GPU is that much better.
     
  2. thelead

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    I don’t disagree with your assessment. I would pay it but I doubt it would be much of a commercial success with the price difference.
     
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  6. thelead

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    I was hoping to hear about the 38GL950G during CES... oh well...
     
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  7. Anemone

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    Gsync compatible might well explain the need for DP 1.4 to keep up with HDR/10 bit bandwidth and the 144/175 refresh rate. Wonder what the range would be if it did have a variable..
     
  8. Gatecrasher3000

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    Damn dude, I think I might have just found my next screen.

    *Skip to 1:30*
     
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    Yup... a few videos finally popped up today. I really hope these come out soon (2019).
     
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    Hopefully they just had the brightness cranked to max for that video, the black levels were terrible