- Oct 29, 2000
This illustrates the problem with FALD better than anything else.
I don't care how bright it gets, if it does this, I don't want it.
This is one of the two reasons I keep HDR disabled on the desktop on my current Asus XG438Q. This and the fact that white windows on dark backgrounds are uncomfortably bright.
(Well that, and Linux to my knowledge does not yet support HDR outside of special driver side implementations for video decode and vulkan for gaming on AMD, but to be fair, I keep HDR off in Windows too, unless I'm about to launch a game that takes good advantage of it, and then I turn it off again right after I close the game))