You’ll seriously pick this over OLED?

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    • #440671
      Anonymous
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      You’ll seriously pick this over OLED?

    • #440672
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I pick CRT

      • #440673
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This unironically. Won’t replace it until miniLED is standard on everything and strobing works at 60Hz.

        • #440680
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >only 60hz
          oh no no no no no crtbros

          • #440684
            Anonymous
            Guest

            huh?

            • #440685
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >only 90hz
              OH NO NO NO NO NO CRTBROS

              • #440686
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >what is multisyncing

                • #440689
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >had to lower resolution to get more hz

                  • #440691
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    >640×480
                    CRTBROS WE CANT STOP LOSING

                    that’s what multisync is you faggots. i only go down to 480p for competitive shooters which i hardly play anymore anyways.

                    • #440693
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      >60hz
                      CRTBROS WHAT THE FUCK IS HAPPENING TO US

                      • #440699
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        i can set any resolution and refresh rate i want as long as it’s within the capabilities of the monitor. you’d realize how useful this is if you weren’t a retard, in 60hz only games i get bonus resolution

                        When the FUCK is microLED going to become popular?

                        around 15 years from now

                      • #440703
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >""""""bonus resolution""""""
                        >1800×1350
                        crtbros…

                      • #440705
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        that’s 17% more pixels than 1080p
                        werx on my machine. could do 1920×1440 on this monitor but it flickers, think my adapter overheats.

                      • #440706
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Who the hell cares about 1080p, it isn’t 2010 anymore grampa

                      • #440708
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        i’ve gamed in 4k before and it didn’t impress me. just a waste of resources and you still need aa.

                      • #440710
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Not surprising the CRT autist doesn’t know about the secret resolution between 4k and 1080p

                      • #440711
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Shh, dont tell him!

                      • #440712
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        of course i do. that’s even less of a difference than 4k.

                      • #440714
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        now compare it to whatever absurd resolution you need to use to achieve a modern refresh rate

                      • #440717
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        1800×1350? it’s more i guess but i don’t give a shit.
                        you only care about big numbers like most lcdfags do. all this res and refresh and you still have to deal with uniformity issues, shitty dynamic range, shitty viewing angles and motion blur.

                      • #440719
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >uniformity issues
                        dont know what that is and dont care
                        >shitty dynamic range
                        meme
                        >shitty viewing angles
                        its a fucking monitor nigga you view it head on
                        >motion blur
                        I simply turn it off

                        heres the skinny of it jack, i play on 1440p144hz and you play on your ancient rock at 480p60hz, seethe and cope

                      • #440721
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Viewing angle has always made me laugh

                      • #440722
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        works for me, tube market’s already fucked, don’t need you as competition. glad i got this one when i did.

                      • #440723
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >>motion blur
                        >I simply turn it off
                        What? Blur affects every LCD because of their very nature – sample and hold.

                      • #440740
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        most games nowadays have an option to turn off motion blur grandpa

                      • #440966
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        can’t tell if actually retarded or just pretending. crts have no blur but lcd does up to 1000hz

                      • #440720
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >you only care about big numbers
                        You mean the sole number that’s responsible for how smooth a game plays. But so what if games feel terrible, I’m sure they look great in 1080p with a nice layer of grease smeared over them right

                      • #440725
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >You mean the sole number that’s responsible for how smooth a game plays.
                        wrong as fuck. you don’t even know about persistence blur yet, do you?
                        tubes have about the lowest lag you can get with a raster scanning display at a given refresh rate. no processing at all, though this isn’t that big a deal on lcds anymore, you still get considerably more lag due to slow response times.

                      • #440726
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        You’ve actually never used a high refresh rate monitor in a resolution higher than 480p have you. Sad!

                      • #440728
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        don’t need to, they all perform worse than a crt at a similar refresh rate, sometimes even worse than a tube at 60hz does. lcds aren’t even refresh rate compliant at the highest refresh rates you can buy them, pixel transitions too slow.

                      • #440731
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >don’t need to
                        Nailed it huh, try using a halfway decent monitor sometime. It’ll change your life.

                      • #440735
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        almost no point in paying extra for an lcd since they all have the same qc issues. 120hz and even 240hz sample and hold is still going to have more blur than my tube at 60. god you’re naive.

                      • #440736
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        k let me know when you play a video game at more than 60fps. it will blow your mind

                      • #440738
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        i have been since 2014. it’s hardly even necessary when your display strobes properly lmao

                      • #440737
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Seriously try a high refresh rate monitor sometime and see how retarded you’ve been all this time. You don’t even have to launch whatever 30 year old games you like, just moving the mouse around.

                      • #440741
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Any CRT VGA monitor with enough video bandwidth can do high refresh rates.

                      • #440742
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        oh, high refresh isn’t bad. i used to use it all the time. it simply isn’t all that much better than a display which performs well at 60. in fact, i’d rather have good 60 than bad 120.

                  • #440701
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    CRT-diverse folk aren’t worth conversing with. They focus on the pros and bury their heads with the innumerable cons.

                    >OLEDs are strictly for gaymin’ and movies; if you use it for desktop use you get what you deserve.
                    Imagine paying thousands of dollars for a product that’s more limited than a regular LCD.

                    If you want the best for gaymin’ and movies, that’s the tradeoff.

                    >>LG release your goddamn 42" and save us from this evil. Better yet, cut your retarded 8k display into 4 pieces and sell 38" monitors for any price to buttfuck the competition.
                    Better yet, Samsung should release QLED monitors first

                    They have the neo G9 but it’s super-ultrawide and $2,500.

                    What’s wrong with OLED for desktop use specifically?

                    Full of static elements: you have to either accept burn-in, or go through tons of effort avoiding it when you’re better off just having a second monitor for browsing.

                • #440690
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >640×480
                  CRTBROS WE CANT STOP LOSING

                • #440694
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  nigga has a DVI to RCA cable.

                • #440715
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  BWAHAHAHAHAH

                • #440806
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  ill stick to my nonmeme res and refresh rate

                • #440827
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  lol

                  • #440907
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    >240hz
                    >1050ti

              • #440845
                Anonymous
                Guest

                90hz on a crt is way better then the equivalent on a modern display.

                • #440848
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Enjoy your eyecancer. Fucking modern CRT kids don’t have eye issues from a lifetime of staring into those fucking cancer boxes and don’t know any better.

            • #440854
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >90Hz
              look mom I can play games faster now

        • #440829
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Isn’t microLED the one you’re supposed be looking out for?

        • #440880
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I’m gonna want something that runs at 240Hz before I consider backlight strobing. I value not getting eyestrain or headaches from looking at a CRT at 30 or 60Hz all day.

        • #440909
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >until miniLED
          I bet the manufacturers will fuck it up with some shit like PWM flicker.

      • #440674
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You’re old.

      • #440682
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >I pick HRT
        we know

      • #440730
        Anonymous
        Guest

        My shaders can do more than your CRT can

        • #440734
          Anonymous
          Guest

          all of them look worse than CRT

        • #440743
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Your shaders can’t replicate a CRT’s perfect motion clarity.

          • #440747
            Anonymous
            Guest

            BFI can though

          • #440769
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Say that to fucking black frame insertion.

        • #440815
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Fisher-Price toy clock = SNES Aladdin
          Rolex = SEGA Aladdin

          • #440933
            Anonymous
            Guest

            God, imagine how fucking insane the online console wars would be if publishers still asked two different developers to make the same game for different platforms.

            And no, those shitty Wii or GBA/DS versions of multiplats don’t count. I’m talking the main two like SNES/Genesis, or D.O.S/AppleII back in the day.

        • #440852
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Use shaders on CRT monitor
          >Double CRT
          What now, bitch?

        • #440980
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yeah but can your shitty shaders do this, zoomzoom?

      • #440775
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Same. CRT in my room for 240p/480i content. Plasma in the living room for HD.

      • #440805
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This. I just swaped out my 4 monitor set up for a single CRT display. Ideally, I’d have a second but there are fuck all available in New Zealand and my 1080p monitors and ultra wide don’t fit my desk’s aesthetic anymore. It’s honestly perfect, except for console games which I used to connect to one of my secondary monitors (PS4/5 doesn’t support 4:3) so I just play that on the television now. If I want to watch TV while playing games on my PC I just bring my laptop over (and use the AUX to MIC trick if I want to use headphones). It’s slightly less convenient having only one screen but the extra desk space makes all the difference and while I’m working I can actually be productive now.

      • #440810
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Don’t CRTs made text in hd games look bad?

        • #440811
          Anonymous
          Guest

          they’re not super good at text in general but it’s readable

        • #440814
          Anonymous
          Guest

          CRTs make everything in HD games look bad

          • #440820
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Up to 360 looks good and some CRTs have higher resolution capabilities than 1080p so no

            • #440823
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >Up to 360 looks good

              • #440831
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Yes, 360 is also beneficial as slowdown is reduced on higher resolutions
                It also outputs an analog signal, it is especially good for streaming and watching DVD’s on a crt

                • #440832
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >Up to 360 looks good

                  • #440834
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Keep it up

                    • #440835
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      keep coping

                      • #440836
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >keep coping
                        With what?
                        360 games not looking like washed out shit with slowdown?
                        It didn’t even have HDMI when it was released

            • #440839
              Anonymous
              Guest

              That image looks quite simillar but I can’t quite recall it.
              What is that game?

              • #440841
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Kameo

        • #440816
          Anonymous
          Guest

          CRT’s aint for graffix they’re for response times

        • #440817
          Anonymous
          Guest

          hd games dont make text big enough to account the crt mask

        • #440819
          Anonymous
          Guest

          only tv sets
          CRT monitors are fine as they got above 480i
          although 480i RGB is perfectly legible, as is 240p if the font is big

      • #440828
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >haven’t used a CRT in over a decade
        >pull an old IBM monitor out of the basement
        >try the BlurBuster test
        >mfw
        Holy shit, I grew up with CRTs and am only now realizing this, why can’t LCDs have this level of clarity?

        • #440833
          Anonymous
          Guest

          thats the power of light

        • #440837
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Turning on the machine for the first time was amazing. Like going back in time,and find out thing were even better than you remembered.

      • #440856
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If Razer or one of the gaming brands just straight up made a gaming CRT they’d fucking own the market.

        • #440857
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >if non vacuum tube makers made CRTs
          ?

          • #440859
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Yeah, fuck it, spend a shitton on R&D and production and make a fucking 2024 Gaming CRT.

            • #440861
              Anonymous
              Guest

              That’s not how it works, you think Razer makes the panels they use now?

        • #440908
          Anonymous
          Guest

          BenQ makes monitors that have Dyac+ technology which allows them to do backlight strobbing similair to CRTs but at 240hz.

      • #440871
        Anonymous
        Guest
      • #440877
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I busted out my old CRT and it’s really not that good for web browsing, I didn’t play much vidya with it.

      • #440881
        Anonymous
        Guest

        fpbp

      • #440899
        Anonymous
        Guest

        For me, it’s CBT

      • #440905
        Anonymous
        Guest

        /thread

      • #440912
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Enjoy your eye cancer

      • #441005
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >burning your eyes out with scanlines for a 480i image when you can get filters to do the same thing on an HD monitor while also not compromising HD images
        Yeah, cringe.

      • #441016
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >65" lcd hdr400 4k cost 300usd
        >equivalent oled would be 10x that but 120hz
        Id rather just get a bigger qled for the same money

        Dangerously unbased
        I’d pick plasma or laser 4k projector 120hz

      • #441063
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >cuck retard tube
        Of course.

    • #440675
      Anonymous
      Guest

      nope. Got a CX last year and never looking back.

      • #440748
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You will look back in 2 years.

      • #440941
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This but C9.
        But…my Panasonic Plasma had better colors.

    • #440676
      Anonymous
      Guest

      oled more like o shit the hud elements of every game i play are burned into my screen

    • #440677
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You can’t notice it with actual images

      • #440678
        Anonymous
        Guest

        yes you can you blind faggot
        20 years of lcds and this shit still isn’t fucking fixed

        • #440757
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >20 years of lcds and this shit still isn’t fucking fixed
          it wasnt a problem on old lcds. before, they would use actual ccfl back lighting.
          it was when they switched to LED edge lighting on most lcds to save money (because thin lcds became a feature) that uneven light distribution and bleeding happened.
          now, if you want a good lcd with true back lighting, you will need to pay $1000 minimum

          • #440760
            Anonymous
            Guest

            yes you’re exactly right. i’d be willing to buy new ccfl panels if they were a cheap option with good uniformity but that’s not kosher because they use more power.
            this isn’t even something specifically caused by edge lit lighting. it’s caused by edge lit lighting and shit quality control on top of that.

            • #440765
              Anonymous
              Guest

              I wish you could still buy CCFLs, I fucking loved my 2007-era Dell monitors

              • #440767
                Anonymous
                Guest

                i wish we made direct lit panels for consumers or just had some decent fucking qc, but that would cost a little bit extra and retards expect to get displays for $300. monitors with two dead pixels are considered fit to be sold. fuck this shit.

                • #440853
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  lol I remember getting calls about dead pixels back in the day, we had specific requirements about how many could be in a given square space. Got fun to try and lead people on to just fucking lie to get replacements. "I’m sorry sir/ma’am we can only replace your screen if you have X dead pixels in Y space so DO YOU HAVE X DEAD PIXELS IN Y SPACE" a lot never got it, but sometimes you’d get one who’d pause and you could practically hear the wheels turning as they said "Oh, yes… yes I do" "How unfortunate let’s get a replacement sent out right away"

          • #440761
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >real lcds have a trunk
            LCD chads got real backligting.

      • #440679
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yeah if you’re staring at the sun all day what the fuck

    • #440681
      Anonymous
      Guest
      • #440688
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Let me just swing on over to the OLED monitor store and pick u- OH FUCKING WAIT THERE AREN’T ANY. I either buy a 48" TV or eat shit and spend $4,000 on a fucking 60Hz.

        LG release your goddamn 42" and save us from this evil. Better yet, cut your retarded 8k display into 4 pieces and sell 38" monitors for any price to buttfuck the competition.

        You’ll seriously pick this over LCD?

        OLEDs are strictly for gaymin’ and movies; if you use it for desktop use you get what you deserve.

        • #440692
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >OLEDs are strictly for gaymin’ and movies; if you use it for desktop use you get what you deserve.
          Imagine paying thousands of dollars for a product that’s more limited than a regular LCD.

        • #440695
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >>LG release your goddamn 42" and save us from this evil. Better yet, cut your retarded 8k display into 4 pieces and sell 38" monitors for any price to buttfuck the competition.
          Better yet, Samsung should release QLED monitors first

        • #440698
          Anonymous
          Guest

          What’s wrong with OLED for desktop use specifically?

          • #440700
            Anonymous
            Guest
          • #440751
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Nothing, modern OLEDs have virtually eliminated burn in, unless you’re watching CNN 24hrs a day. rtings could only produce burn in with months of static images on current year OLEDs, it’s basically a sour grapes meme now

            ‘I would buy OLEDs if it weren’t for burn in’ like shut the fuck up already

            • #440752
              Anonymous
              Guest

              no they have not. Even that meme man linus made a video walking back his endorsement of 48inch oleds for monitors because he burned the windows into the screen after 4 months.

              • #440753
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Here’s the burn in after 9000 hours, 20hrs a day, burn in is minimal to non-existent https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-life-oled-burn-in-test

                • #440759
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >100+ week test
                  >you already have Fifa and news networks burning in before 10 weeks
                  Obviously it depends on your usage, but no amount of pixel shift or pixel refresher is gunna help you if you’re playing a single game for a prolonged period that has consistent UI on screen. These screens are made for movie watching first, and require babying otherwise.

                  • #440863
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Pixel shift is a complete meme.
                    >Move the image by a few pixels
                    >It will totally mitiage the burn it, trust us bros!
                    How the fuck does that change anything for the pixel that is right in the middle of a static element? How the fuck is shifting the offstet by 3 pixels changing anything for that pixel right in the middle, it will be exactly the same color as that pixel 3 ticks away.
                    Complete fucking meme. The only solution is to completely change the entire image.

                    • #440869
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      The pixels slowly shift over time and move all around the display. Modern OLEDs don’t get burn-in even in the worst conditions

                    • #440875
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      All it really does is make the burn in a little less noticeable. Instead of burning in a straight line, it half burns in a blurred 3 pixel line.

                      Anyone who has owned an OLED screen for more than a year or two can be completely destroyed just by running a bunch of primary colors to show the obvious degradation in high use areas. Sure, you might not get visible hearts burned in, but you’ll have a weird patch of crap in the corners where UI elements are.

                      • #440878
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        > Anyone who has owned an OLED screen for more than a year or two can be completely destroyed just by running a bunch of primary colors to show the obvious degradation in high use areas
                        10000 hours here
                        No such burn in on mine

                      • #440888
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Go on then, post a photo of it on magenta.

            • #440754
              Anonymous
              Guest

              oled tvs are spyware

              • #440755
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Unplug it from the network then, every smart TV has some advertising-related network activity nowadays

                • #440756
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  nah, i’d have to be able to physically disable the networking in them. fuckers search for open wifi networks and in the future they’ll probably even come with data connections, meaning the only way to keep them offline is to not fucking plug it in.

                  • #440758
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    You can literally turn off the wifi

            • #440793
              Anonymous
              Guest

              oled is still oled

        • #440704
          Anonymous
          Guest

          you’ll be burning in UI in no time depending on your game. A sony movie game can be fine while someone playing Fifa will be seeing the scoreboard make a permanent appearance.

        • #440750
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >LG release your goddamn 42" and save us from this evil
          Basically just waiting for the this, the LG CX1 42" so I can bin my LCD monitors permanently

        • #440924
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >LG release your goddamn 42"
          Can’t wait to upgrade from my dogshit Asus IPS. Should get shown off in January at CES. I just wish it came out before Elden Ring, but oh well

        • #441017
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >OLEDs are strictly for gaymin’ and movies;
          i dont play games
          i actually hate gaming and i hate sony nintendo and nvidia and formost Ganker

          • #441021
            Anonymous
            Guest

            lmao AMDpoorfag

            • #441022
              Anonymous
              Guest

              ok schizo cuck
              consooooooooooooooom more

              • #441025
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >NOOOOO STOP BUYING THINGS AHHHHH
                no, I don’t think I will

      • #440849
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Linus racemixing tips

        • #440855
          Anonymous
          Guest

          lmfao I thought the right fucking idolized the thought of asian wives? take your meds

    • #440683
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You’ll seriously pick this over LCD?

      • #440745
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Anyone have that picture of the Craigslist ad where a gay porn is burned into the screen

        • #440812
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I want to see this

        • #440824
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It was LCD, though.

        • #440911
          Anonymous
          Guest
      • #440947
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This Orange…Sovl

      • #440964
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Playing that much Batlleborn

    • #440687
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >buy cheap tv
      >get shit quality
      WOOOOOW!

    • #440696
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My FALD VA panel TV doesn’t have this problem

    • #440697
      Anonymous
      Guest

      When the FUCK is microLED going to become popular?

      • #440952
        Anonymous
        Guest

        A long time anon. The yields are really low right now, and shrinking them down is proving to be a pretty difficult task.
        I fucking hate how dogshit LCD tech has been, and how we’ve been stuck with it for so long. I think I’m just going to bite the bullet and get an LG OLED TV for my next display, and just keep an LCD display for basic desktop browsing so I don’t get fucked by static elements too much. Maybe a half decent microLED screen will surface by the time I see noticeable burn in.

        • #440960
          Anonymous
          Guest

          VA would also be a good choice for your computing LCD screen

          • #440962
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Yeah I was thinking the same, may just get a Samsung Odyssey or something for that.

    • #440702
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Newer models don’t have that issue, or it’s very unnoticeable.

      But the contrast on IPS will always be a caveat, which comes with the territory.

      • #440709
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >But the contrast on IPS will always be a caveat, which comes with the territory.
        Samsung needs to hurry up and solve the bad viewing angles problems on VA panels. They already solved the problem that made them so slo, now they need to tackle viewing angles.

    • #440707
      Anonymous
      Guest

      got both
      each for different purposes
      also please learn how to calibrate devices for different situations

    • #440713
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I play in a well lit room

    • #440716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >muh blacks
      don’t care about your nitpicky first world luxury problems.
      >boohoo muh blacks, MUH BLAAACKKKS
      privileged white male who takes everything for granted.

    • #440718
      Anonymous
      Guest

      mines fine, much more pocketed in the corners and they’re dark grey, i actually forgot they exist unless im playing a horror game, even then though it’s so minor i dont give a fuck
      but mine also costed $1300 so it better be good

    • #440724
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Soon. At a vert expensive price.

      • #440729
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Until it becomes standard with new, cheap mass manufacturing processes.
        Only time will tell if we get there before we get new, superior display technology, though.

      • #440896
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >ok/good/better/best
        try worthless/terrible/bad/good

    • #440727
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >c920
      ask me how I know youre a faggot

    • #440732
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Flatscreens were a mistake.

      • #440846
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >pretending to play the demo
        I don’t get it.

        • #441047
          Anonymous
          Guest

          the joke is that they can’t play the game because lightguns do not properly work with flatscreens

        • #441051
          Anonymous
          Guest

          That isn’t the attract mode. Two seconds of research could’ve told you this.

    • #440733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >buy an OLED screen
      >watch neon genesis evangelion
      >that scene of asuka and rei in the elevator
      >screen forever damaged
      Wtf

      • #440739
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Feels more like it would just get stuck on EVA01 holding Kaworu

    • #440744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes, oled shill. At least i dont have burn in after 1-2 years

    • #440746
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Maybe you should have paid more than $30 for a monitor

      • #440749
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You could pay $3000 for an LCD and it would still look like that. It’s a problem that plagues the entire industry sadly.

        • #440768
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Do the bare minimum research and you can get an LCD without a fucked backlight

    • #440762
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This effect is only because of side lighting/shadows. Mine looked somewhat similar when I stood in front of it and took a picture with a dim lamp about 10 feet away. But when I turn all the lights off and stood offset and took a picture, it was basically completely uniform.

    • #440763
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >monitors

      lol, any TV is better

      • #440840
        Anonymous
        Guest

        anon…

    • #440766
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Cameras accentuate light bleed in a way your eyes can’t quite replicate.

    • #440772
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I got an LG CX due to all the hype but a year later I can’t get over how fucking dim it is in game mode and HGIG. I like it with Dynamic tone mapping but everyone and their mother keeps telling me how wrong I am and HGIG is clearly the best

      Next tv with either me mini LED or if OLEDs can get 1000 nits in game mode I will get that. Cant deal with the goddamn dimness like im playing with sunglasses on

      • #440773
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The highest end VA panels have 7000:1 contrast, wider gamuts than OLED, and quite decent viewing angles. With sufficiently good miniLED they will be strictly better than OLEDs for watching movies at least.

      • #440774
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Get your eyes checked because my C1 is literally at 50 brightness for sdr content and games and I find it too bright at times.

      • #440778
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s super bright running games in HDR mode, you must have fucked up the configuration or something

        • #440809
          Anonymous
          Guest

          No, just HGIG dims the screen too much .are you using HGIG?

    • #440776
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anything is better than OLED. Not only do they have the worst flaws of plasma (burn in) they also have the worst flaws of LCD (motion blur).
      What an absolutely colossal joke, and you cunts pay premium for it.

      • #440779
        Anonymous
        Guest

        OLEDs don’t have motion blur. What the fuck are you on about. It has the best pixel response time. There is literally no ghosting.

        • #440780
          Anonymous
          Guest

          oleds are still sample and hold dummy

          • #440783
            Anonymous
            Guest

            What the fuck are you on about. I can literally test my OLED right now and have zero ghosting or motion blur.

            • #440784
              Anonymous
              Guest

              you need to flicker the image to get rid of motion blur. if you display a 60hz frame for the full 16ms it will be blurred and there’s no way around this no matter how good your response time is.
              if you can’t notice it then you either don’t know what to look for, or your oled is interpolating 60hz to 240hz.

              • #440786
                Anonymous
                Guest

                It’s as close to zero motion blur possible outside of CRTs. VR headsets that used OLED panels strobe the panel to defeat motion blur entirely, but it’s virtually unnoticeable on a display, so no need for strobing

                • #440787
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >no need for strobing
                  you’re literally just wrong and your image proves me right

                  • #440789
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    It’s a 1ms response time, you literally cannot see it in motion unless you’re taking a still frame from a camera

                    • #440790
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      response time isn’t the limiting factor, you can have 0.0000000001ms response time but sample and hold will still blur the image at low refresh rates.

                      • #440792
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >sample and hold will still blur the image at low refresh rates
                        So completely irrelevant for gaming purposes where images are either 60hz or 120hz

                      • #440795
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        both 60 and 120 count as low. you need about 500hz sample and hold to match persistence of slow-phosphor tubes, 2000hz for fast ones.

                      • #440797
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        ok dude, that must be why gaming tournaments are still using CRTs, because sample and hold delay is such a big deal, oh wait

                      • #440799
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        funny you mention that actually because quite a few gaming monitors support strobing now, like how crts work.
                        recently one came out (xg2431) which even supports strobing at 60hz and qft to eliminate crosstalk and input lag problems – meaning it’s the first true challenger to crt motion clarity. i’m glad to see that lcds are finally improving.

                      • #440804
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        esportsfags are barely functional. Literally sub 85 IQ retards.

                      • #440796
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        Those are low refresh rates. You will still notice blur.
                        Black frame insertion or backlight strobing is the only solution for perfect motion clarity until you get to 1000Hz or so.

                    • #440800
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      Persistence is different from response time and can only be removed by strobing or high refresh rate

            • #440785
              Anonymous
              Guest

              CRTfags gonna fag

              • #440788
                Anonymous
                Guest

                CRT autists are absolutely insufferable

                • #440791
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  but dude the image looks so clean if you run it at 60hz and squint your eyes really hard

        • #440782
          Anonymous
          Guest

          OLEDs still use sample-and-hold, which is absolute cancer and turns everything into a smeary mess.
          Only a proper strobed display can achieve perfect motion clarity like a CRT.

      • #440781
        Anonymous
        Guest

        anon please stop being aggressively poor

    • #440794
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Still not buying your $350 fisher price tablet with mobile hardware from 2013, nintenturd.

    • #440798
      Anonymous
      Guest

      the thing that gets me is the total ubiquity of heavy grain filters on modern monitors, outside of some bottom of the barrel 1080/60 dell model and apple’s eco system there are literally no gloss monitors, even semi-gloss basically doesn’t exist. Like they could not conceive of a single monitor that’s more geared towards the use of a high end television display, not a single fucking monitor with that crossover?
      I have a gloss 1080p ips acer that was a meme budget model 8 years ago and I’m ready to get a new one but I know I’ll put them side by side and the new one’s going to look drab and washed out in comparison, what’s the point?

    • #440801
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >game goes into a dark area
      >backlight bleed blinds me
      >don’t give a shit
      >too busy biotic charging and spamming nova to survive
      yeah i don’t a shit. I don’t even play horror faggot games so who gives a shit about a 10 minute night mission in a game lmao.

    • #440802
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >only comes in 40+inch format at 2000$+, will have noticable burn in within 2 years

      • #440803
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You can pick one up for way cheaper around Cyber Monday, cheaper than whatever spyware LCD bullshit Samsung is flogging

    • #440807
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Alright ye

      • #440808
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >8bit
        kinda cringe
        >lcd
        kinda gray

    • #440813
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Damn, however will I enjoy my stare at a black screen simulators???

    • #440818
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what monitor do I get if I do color-sensitive work?
      Something that doesn’t have this shit
      would also be nice

    • #440821
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you also like looking at high res drawings or hentai, get an lg oled tv. They can show pngs in 5760 x 5760 resolution and jpgs in 15360 x 8640.

      • #440822
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >3840×2160 resolution display
        >supports 5760×5760 resolution images
        ???

        • #440825
          Anonymous
          Guest
    • #440826
      Anonymous
      Guest

      just turn the brightness down.

    • #440830
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you can honestly tell people have never used an oled when they start claiming lcd tv’s compare lol.
      it’s just buyers remorse/ego so I don’t blame them for coping, but it’s sad to see.

    • #440838
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have a ips led screen from 10 years ago and it doesnt have this. looks like you have a shitty monitor anon. like i have 1mm of backlight bleed around the border that i literally never notice unless i do a backlight bleed test and yeh the blacks aren’t true black but i have literally never given a shit about that. also most movies have dogshit compression and have banding in dark areas or just general artifacting which means even on oled you probably won’t see pure blacks unless you are watching like 4k blu rays or something.

      • #440842
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >i have a ips led screen from 10 years ago and it doesnt have this
        It does
        But only when you take a photo of it

        • #440843
          Anonymous
          Guest

          no

          • #440844
            Anonymous
            Guest

            yes, take a photo of it on a black screen, you’ll see
            if it doesn’t have them then it isn’t IPS

            • #440850
              Anonymous
              Guest

              ok i took a photo with all the other lights in my room turned off. and you can see a tiny very faint bleed on the bottom. and you can only see it with the camera. so who gives a shit like i care what my eyes see no what a camera sees in some very specific scenario.

              • #440851
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Mate, read my first response again

                • #440858
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  no.

    • #440847
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Zoomer thread
      Nobody gives a shit about the Keyboard, Mouse, or monitor you use faggots just game
      I still use my grandmother’s 10+ year old Insignia TV for gaming and it works like a fucking charm suck my dick faggots

    • #440860
      Anonymous
      Guest

      nah rather buy a decent sony tv when vrr is fixed
      crazy how people are willing to pay double the price for such a minimal difference because MUH OLED
      literally worse than vegetarians

    • #440862
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >buy lg oled cx
      >suddenly got crushed blacks
      >switch games feels awful to play compared to non-oled
      >always thinking about burn-ins even if the risk is low it sucks how you still think about it especially when you have your desktop on
      glad I could return it after 2 weeks

      • #440864
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >t. Can’t calibrate displays

        • #440865
          Anonymous
          Guest

          yes it’s really difficult copying settings
          how did I not think of that
          you oledfags are retarded as fuck and your panel is overrated as fuck.

          • #440868
            Anonymous
            Guest

            It’s funny because I don’t get crushed blacks on mine lol
            Sucks to be you

    • #440866
      Anonymous
      Guest

      VA is better than OLED

      • #440884
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’m happy with my oldass Sony X900e. Full LED array VA, served as my computer monitor 10-12h a day for 4 years, I don’t have to babysit it, blacks are surprisingly good, upscale is excellent. Sucks that Snoy dropped the ball on their new offerings with their HDMI 2.1 issues, but I don’t need to change just yet. Though I really want jump into that sweet freesync and 4K 120hz world at some point.

    • #440867
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >OLED
      >double/triple the price
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jh8pJ9dTaYo
      lmao

    • #440870
      Anonymous
      Guest

      My IPS looks nothing like this

      • #440872
        Anonymous
        Guest

        fullscreen a black background and see for yourself, IPS glow in universal for all IPS monitors

        • #440874
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Cameras pick it up, not the naked eye,

          • #440879
            Anonymous
            Guest

            you need to check your eyes my dude

            • #440892
              Anonymous
              Guest

              you took this picture with a camera tho. also it depends on the monitor and also you get rng when buying monitor. so yeh maybe that ips monitor has bad backlight bleed on camera but another ips monitor has backlight bleed that is very hard to notice even with a camera.

              • #440910
                Anonymous
                Guest

                you don’t see it because you don’t have anything to compare it to, I understand

    • #440873
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Show people how shitty their LED monitors are with all his eye gouging clouding
      >Still won’t sell it to me for cheap when I tell them to get an OLED instead
      It’s not fair!

    • #440876
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Honestly I felt a bit underwhelmed I guess seeing my first oled in person, in general all the display tv’s with perfect settings in the store setting look great but then you get home and never quite nail it. I still prefer my 55” KS8000 to my brothers LG oled (think it was a b6) but I also almost always keep it on vivid lol so maybe it’s just my eyes that suck.

      • #440885
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Display OLEDs are configured in such a way that they’d burn in within a year of even normal use, much less gaming use. Yeah it’d look good but you’re buying a subscription not a durable good.

    • #440882
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you buy an OLED before MicroLEDs (or 4 digit+ count MiniLEDs) are widely available, especially now, you are an idiot.

      • #440886
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >microled
        A meme that won’t be affordable til 2032

        • #440887
          Anonymous
          Guest

          And any LCD you buy today will last until then. An OLED might last a quarter of that time.

    • #440883
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’ll wait for microLED. Until then, I’ll stick with LCD.

      • #440929
        Anonymous
        Guest

        microled won’t be $1000 in the consumer market for at least another 5 – 10 years

        • #440944
          Anonymous
          Guest

          10-15
          In 5 years it’ll be about 20000-50000 depending on how these part shortages go

    • #440889
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >have gaymen laptop
      >can only really handle 1080p
      >has built in 1080p/144hz screen
      >but fed up with only 15 inch screen

      What do? Do I really buy yet another 1080p monitor? I was thinking maybe a 4k/60 monitor. At least I can integer scale in modern games, but use 4k in older/less demanding games. But then I’m giving up 144hz, but does it really matter? I don’t play MP. Is it nice, though,

    • #440890
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have both. LG 34GN850 and a CX. Also got pretty lucky with the ips panel and have no noticeable backlight bleeding at all.

    • #440891
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I took the VA pill and never looked back

    • #440893
      Anonymous
      Guest

      OLED is the shit. I wouldn’t use it as a general monitor, but for movies and occasional games it’s on another level.

    • #440894
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you can tell the difference between someone passionate about display quality and a consumer by if they claim to have a good display
      because there aren’t any good displays

    • #440895
      Anonymous
      Guest

      LCDs last a long time in my experience. I can wait for something better to come along. microLED from the sound of it.

    • #440897
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I want.

      1440p
      144hz
      Gsync
      2000nit brightness
      unlimited local dimming zones
      no ghosting
      no bleed
      no burn in

      is it too much to ask

      • #440898
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Here you go m8, that’ll be 5k

        • #440901
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >no gysnc
          >no 2000nit brightness
          cringe no reply to me again

          • #440902
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >gsync
            Anon, it’s a CRT, it doesn’t need gsync
            >2000 nit
            It’s fucking X Rays, it is plenty bright trust me

            • #440903
              Anonymous
              Guest

              So screen tearing isn´t an issue on crt? Well that´s bullshit.

    • #440900
      Anonymous
      Guest

      OLED panels that aren’t for (((prosumers))) fucking WHEN

    • #440904
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >he lost to rng
      kek, I literally have no issues with my ips

    • #440906
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >playing in the dark
      just turn a light on and it isn’t a problem anymore

    • #440913
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you’ll seriously pick this over LED?

      • #440914
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Well I don’t leave it on national geographic so day so

        • #440918
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Where does everyone get such shitty OLEDs
          Am I really that lucky to have 10000 hours and no burn in or dulled colours?
          If so, I recommend everyone get Panasonic

          >well *my* use case will make it yellow and burned in in a different way and time so
          room temp IQ confirmed
          enjoy your sepia filtered TV bros

          • #440922
            Anonymous
            Guest

            That’s why you don’t get the discounted floor model you impoverished retard

            • #441033
              Anonymous
              Guest

              "lol u poor" is not an argument
              the most expensive OLEDtv will still get yellowing and burn-in, it can only be delayed
              OLED panels are the definition of planned obsolescence and anyone stupid enough to defend them is nothing but a good goy

              • #441035
                Anonymous
                Guest

                eh. LCD looks dogshit comparatively, so I’d rather roll the dice.

              • #441036
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Yeah, I bought a C1 48" to use as my monitor, and honestly can’t go back to normal monitors. Even if I did get burn in it’s worth since I usually buy an new monitor every 2-3 years anyways. Also for the price of mini LED you could buy 3 OLED displays.

                • #441038
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  you use it as your primary monitor? Ballsy. I’m going to get the 42" next year, but it will be my content display for gaming and movies, and I’ll keep one of my two current monitors for web browsing etc.

                  • #441041
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    Yes, I just resize the windows and use a black background. Since there’s no backlight it’s like having multiple monitors.

      • #440917
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Where does everyone get such shitty OLEDs
        Am I really that lucky to have 10000 hours and no burn in or dulled colours?
        If so, I recommend everyone get Panasonic

        • #440919
          Anonymous
          Guest

          its not the tv thats the problem
          thats from RTings burn in test TV that played literally nothing but the news for like a year straight
          you wont really see any burn in from regular use at a modest oled light setting

        • #440928
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Imagine being so blind that you can’t even see all the fucked up areas of your screen. Again, just take a picture of it on magenta, bro.

          • #440939
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I went through grey magenta yellow and cyan, fucking nothing showed up

      • #440921
        Anonymous
        Guest

        My 10yo 42′ LG lcd still holds up and I repaired it once. I’m buying an OLED when my TV truly dies.

    • #440915
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Got an LG C1 for <€1k and it’s been fantastic so far. image quality is way better than all the LCDs I had in the past

      my only complaint is that while it auto-detects vidya and automatically switches to low-latency mode it does the same for the sound output (”””game optimizer audio”””), which fucking sucks ass. have to switch back to normal audio output every single time

    • #440916
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i have babied my lg C9 for almost 2 years no sign whatsoever of burn in
      HOWEVER i do have decent clusters of dead pixels in every corner not sure if they are actually fully dead though because the pixel refresh has brought back a few of them
      my hope is that it lasts me until micro led or whatever becomes viable

      • #440935
        Anonymous
        Guest

        it’s a shame LG only offer their 5 year ""no questions asked"" panel replacement on the G series. I really hope the 42" has a G series version for that very reason, but I highly doubt it since they’re probably aware how many people want to use it as a monitor.

        • #440945
          Anonymous
          Guest

          yeah im still on the fence about if they are truly dead or just stuck since a few came back
          its probably because i use a lot of 4:3 content so the pixels are used to being off in the corners? i dunno its not noticeable from viewing range so i dont stress it

          I’ll wait for microLED. Until then, I’ll stick with LCD.

          in your pictures testing the tv that was used for gaming had zero evidence of burn in
          todays oleds do not burn in from regular use easily

          And any LCD you buy today will last until then. An OLED might last a quarter of that time.

          my TV before my C9 was a KS8000 from samsung
          it lasted exactly 3 years RIGHT after the warranty cutoff point it stopped working right

    • #440920
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >bought this 4k hdr oled tv and all i play on it is ps1/2
      atleast the true blacks are good for the 4:3 ratio

    • #440923
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >buy new IPS monitor
      >set it up next to my TN
      >colours are AWFUL
      >everything has a yellow tint to it
      >pirate the hardware unboxed colour profile
      >tweak for hours with the OSD settings
      >white still looks yellow compared to my TN
      returned it, it was honestly so bad.

      • #440925
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >choosing tn over ips for colours

        • #440927
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I know, I just couldn’t get over how much worse the IPS looked, even though it has ‘better’ colours.

          • #440930
            Anonymous
            Guest

            wtf kind of potato ips monitor did you get that whites look worse than on a tn monitor?

            • #440931
              Anonymous
              Guest

              BenQ EX2510. My old TN is a BenQ XL2411z

              • #440937
                Anonymous
                Guest

                either: had that benq hdri shit on, windows hdr on or got a faulty unit
                tn colors are nowhere near as good as ips and no amount of Ganker or Ganker shitposting will make it true

                • #440942
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  nolpe, had no hdr shit on and windows was fine. Googling the problem showed that a lot of people had the same issue with terrible yellow whites.

    • #440949
      Anonymous
      Guest

      years from now that LCD will still work while your OLED melanoidtech will have burn-in and degrading organic components.

    • #440953
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Samsung runs anti-OLED campaigns for years as a means of advertising their LCD screens (((QLED)))
      >they have given up and are releasing OLED televisions next year
      OLED chads, we can’t stop winning

      • #440955
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The infuriating thing about it though is that by being faggots and abandoning OLEDs and spreading propaganda, they slowed down adoption and research. We probably could have had far better, far cheaper OLED screens by now.

        • #440957
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I’m interested in seeing their product all the same, as it combines their (((QLED))) tech with OLED

          • #440958
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Samsung’s philosophy of forcing tone mapping even when HGiG is enabled is fucking retarded, though.

    • #440968
      Anonymous
      Guest

      OLED isn’t worth it for gaming just get a good value VA LED with high brightness. I have an OLED and it’s way too dark even at max brightness unless you literally live in a cave and burn in risk is real especially if you like long gaming sessions. I was playing through GTA 4 and the little arrow in the map got burnt into the TV after just like 6 hours of play. It did to away eventually but this was literally months after the TV was bought so wear and tear was at a minimum yet it still managed to burn in and would have been permanent if the TV was a year or two older as the organic elements start degrading. I thought fuck that and just bought a regular LCD TV 4k 120hz and brightness and black levels have been 90% as good as OLED without these risks.

      • #440969
        Anonymous
        Guest

        go* away

      • #440971
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Then it’s not calibrated correctly

        • #440982
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Calibration has nothing to do with it. OLEDs are known to be dark TVs with full screen brightness being around 150 nits. They’re darker than any gaming monitor you can buy for within $500.

          >black levels have been 90% as good as OLED
          cope

          FALD is a proven technology and works brilliantly well if you’re sitting in front of the TV. The only time you see glow is if you’re off axis or if you have a really bright loading icon in the corner of a pitch black screen. Other than that you will literally never be able to tell the difference between OLED and a decent FALD LCD. And you get the benefits of no burn in and actual good full screen brightness because you’re not limited by OLEDs retarded Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL) tech.

          >he doesn’t play video games in a dark room with the curtains down

          ngmi tbh

          I do sometimes but not everyone plays all night. Just general TV watching in the day time exposes OLEDs lack of brightness and most reviewers will mention this. It’s one of many shortcomings of OLED tech and why micro LED is desperately needed.

          • #440984
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >micro LED is desperately needed
            yeah, but that’s a decade or so away from seeing actual widespread adoption in the consumer market and will still be more expensive at that point than OLEDs currently are, so I’d rather make do with the best of what’s currently available, and for me that’s OLED, because I have thick blackout blinds and curtains and never watch general television in a lit room, so its most noticeable shortcoming is meaningless to me

          • #440986
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >caring about fucking brightness of all things when it comes to gaming tvs/monitors
            first thing I did when I got my LG C1 was turn the fucking default brightness down

            • #440988
              Anonymous
              Guest

              yeah ive never understood maxing the backlight
              i usually play in the dark and white screens would make my eyes bleed at max
              also oleds survive longer on a lower brightness setting so for me its a win win

            • #440992
              Anonymous
              Guest

              The impact of HDR is completely reliant on brightness levels which is why LG developed the OLED evo panel which increases brightness by 20%, but even then it still has the same limitations of regular OLED with poor full screen brightness despite being double the price. There’s little to no reason to buy OLED now especially when tech like miniLED with hundreds of dimming zones exists.

              • #440994
                Anonymous
                Guest

                miniLED has awful ghosting and blooming comparatively

                • #440999
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Not from what I’ve seen. Samsung miniLED TVs are really good. Maybe LG and Hisense have poor TVs.

              • #440998
                Anonymous
                Guest

                OLED has far superior picture quality and the expense of a dimmer overall image. MiniLED has a lesser image quality, but a far brighter overall image. It all comes down to what you’re after, but to say there’s no reason for one or the other to exist when compared to each other and different use cases is retarded.

          • #440990
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >with full screen brightness being around 150 nits
            that’s true, but outside of test patterns, and not so common examples, e.g. the morpheus scene in the matrix, or fades to white during scene cuts in movies, full screen brightness hardly ever actually happens in regular use case scenarios, especially when it comes to video games. But if you were to play in a room with unavoidable natural light, or are just someone who doesn’t want to have the blinds down whenever they’re using their screen, then yeah, OLED probably isn’t the way to go.

      • #440973
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >black levels have been 90% as good as OLED
        cope

      • #440977
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >he doesn’t play video games in a dark room with the curtains down

        ngmi tbh

    • #440975
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I still use a cheap, kinda shitty 1080p acer monitor I bought at Wal-Mart 10 years ago.

    • #440996
      Anonymous
      Guest

      After getting a Samsung G7 I’m just not interested in IPS anymore. The G7 has flaws but is much better than any IPS out there.

    • #441001
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I pick TN because is objectively the fastest with no ghosting, highest refresh rates and no backlight bleed.
      Colour accuracy is irrelevant for gaming.

      • #441003
        Anonymous
        Guest

        my Dell S2716DG has the worst backlight bleed I’ve ever seen on a monitor. Are you confusing backlight bleed with IPS glow? Because TNs are most certainly not immune to the former

        • #441007
          Anonymous
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          works on my machine

          • #441009
            Anonymous
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            I didn’t say it didn’t, but you’re chatting bullshit if you think that’s the case across the board.

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    • #441027
      Anonymous
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      If I had a time machine, I’d stock up on Pioneer 1080p plasma monitors when they were blowing them out on clearance. Late-model plasmas were excellent.
      I have an LG OLED for movies and an LG IPS for a monitor. Stop being poor maybe?

      • #441029
        Anonymous
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        Plasmas get burn in easier than oleds do though

        • #441031
          Anonymous
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          yeah, but he’s stocking up on them, so he can just set up a new one every couple of years

    • #441053
      Anonymous
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      OLED is such a retarded meme screen.

      • #441054
        Anonymous
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        nah

      • #441055
        Anonymous
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        lol poor

      • #441057
        Anonymous
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        One viewing of this on a 4K OLED and you’ll definitely see it’s not
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njX2bu-_Vw4

        • #441059
          Anonymous
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          I played this on my IPS and it looks fine. Didn’t even bother turning on HDR. None of these demos are anything to write home about.

          • #441060
            Anonymous
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            lol

    • #441061
      Anonymous
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      Photos really accentuate this shit, it’s barely noticable irl

    • #441062
      Anonymous
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      >You’ll seriously pick this over OLED?
      No, I use displays with quality lcd panels

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