Then mini LED vs QD OLED monitors

Then mini LED vs QD OLED monitors


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Probably didn’t notice much as I used it on a 240 Hz QHD monitor where fps are always in 60-240 range so within spec?

OLED I have seen VRR not engage on some games on the PS4 Pro. Didn’t happen since I moved to PS5/XSX end of 2020. Also happened on C9 and not CX.



Today I was playing Cyberpunk (PC) on the C2 and it exhibited a couple of these issues, well within VRR range. Saw a flicker or two in a Total War title, too. This may have been transitioning between VRR range and LFC, not sure. But both games are flawless on the AW.

Haven't noticed any problems with the PS5, though controller is less sensitive than mouse for me so probably wouldn't notice any sync jitters so much.
 
You have the QD OLED AW or previous model?
And of course with module never had to think about these things but also on G7 never had an issue so fingers crossed that this tech will continue working good for me.
 
You have the QD OLED AW or previous model?
And of course with module never had to think about these things but also on G7 never had an issue so fingers crossed that this tech will continue working good for me.

I've never noticed any issues on the Odyssey G7 either.
 
Finally got my 65" LG C2. This **** is the bomb for HDR gaming at 4k.
 
Yeh it's fantastic is games with good implementation. Auto HDR is hit and miss, but no fault of the display.
 
You gots a NEO G7. How you like them apples?

It's pretty good, I wish it had an HDR mode where it allowed more bloom but had brighter highlights, as that would be great for games where there really isn't any dark scenes.

And a glossy screen would have been nice, the current matte one makes things look a bit dull.

Which 48" did you come from? Given you tried both 48" and 32", what would you think of 42"? Still too large?

Been using a wireless keyboard and mouse on 55" C2 and it has its pros and cons. Obviously at that size it's not a replacement for monitor, just a secondary display. Was toying with the idea of 42" as monitor as well but if it's not an evo panel I'm not so sure I want to. The 55" evo is only just bright enough for my liking, 120hz is a downer too.

How do you find motion clarity on the G7 neo compared to OLED? And how do you find the curve?

48" C1.

42" is almost perfect, I briefly used a fv43u, and I never felt like it was too large, but the perfect size is probably somewhere between 37"-40".

The reason why I went with the Neo G7 is simply that I wanted a monitor that did not need any kind of babysitting.


As for the motion clarity, keep in mind that I'm a casul, but it is close enough.

That is also a pretty apt description for the NEO G7, close enough in all areas compared to an oled, except viewing angles, they suck on the g7.

The curve doesn't really bother me, but I would prefer if it wasn't there.
 
I hear you about 'baby sitting', that's a good description. The AW oled needs to be babysat big time being oled and 21:9.
 
Man I cannot watch HWU anymore. Every video is the same.

This wins in this category, this category this category.

But I would go with this instead!

All he does is repeat this with different verbages every video.

Every. Single. Video.
 
Man I cannot watch HWU anymore. Every video is the same.

This wins in this category, this category this category.

But I would go with this instead!

All he does is repeat this with different verbages every video.

Every. Single. Video.
Same, basically he doesn’t have an opinion. I saw pc centric video and guy even in unboxing of 48 inch new OLED clearly states after 2 hours that for fps games especially in multi it’s too big. Wait for my review. I really like him. Plus his jokes just resonate with me. HWU is like a big fat repetition. I just go ahead and see their charts and then know if this will interest me or not.
 
What’s the baby sitting you peeps are on about?

I suppose being oled you need to mitigate possible burn in and at 21:9 you have to mess around with the odd game, where as the sammy is a standard format with LCD, ie- plug and play with less hassles.
 
Pretty much, I did consider the AW though, but the uneven wear of playing 16:9 titles on a 21:9 sounds like something that could lead to future issues.

Not to mention that the AW seems like a monitor that is in need of some firmware updates, which is a problem since it does not have the capability for firmware updates.



I really hope that samsung adds another HDR mode to the g7/8 though, it needs a mode where it prioritizes blasting those highlights over minimizing blooming.
 
It's not exactly common place to not have Ultrawide support in newer stuff. Even older stuff I rarely run into an issue. The most popular game examples I can think of are Valorant, Overwatch and Fortnite Ranked. Otherwise over the last 2ish yrs I've had 32:9 it's been great.... if I hadn't bought it though, one of those OLED AW's would probably be sitting on my desk :D
 
I am waiting till end of year to see new graphics card performance numbers and may end up with a G7 NEO or whatever 32 inch OLED screen would be around by that time… :bleh:
 
After using my C2 for a bit I am addicted to the motion clarity more than anything else, which is pushing me towards the AW. The problem with the AW though is its size and res after using the 38" IPS version. I also read complaints about brightness. I think KAC is right and I'm going to wait for better oled options.

But geez that oled motion clarity :drool: must be fantastic at 175hz.
 
I've found some oddities, some stuff looks way better on the g7 when an xbox/ps5 is the source compared to my pc.

Those tokyo at night HDR videos looks way more vibrant on the ps5, all of those neon signs/tv displays/lights are definitely getting more NITS behind them on the ps5.
 
I've found some oddities, some stuff looks way better on the g7 when an xbox/ps5 is the source compared to my pc.

Those tokyo at night HDR videos looks way more vibrant on the ps5, all of those neon signs/tv displays/lights are definitely getting more NITS behind them on the ps5.

Keep in mind, that HDR Youtube doesn't work on Firefox and doesn't always work in Chrome. Oddly enough, it always works the chromium based Edge :lol:.

Windows HDR support is still slacking imho. Wouldn't surprise me in the slightest that the PS5 is just handling everything better. Sony can be kinda awesome that way in general.
 
Keep in mind, that HDR Youtube doesn't work on Firefox and doesn't always work in Chrome. Oddly enough, it always works the chromium based Edge :lol:.

Windows HDR support is still slacking imho. Wouldn't surprise me in the slightest that the PS5 is just handling everything better. Sony can be kinda awesome that way in general.

It was chrome, things looked as they should in edge.

Looks like chrome inherits the slightly washed out look of the windows desktop with hdr enabled while edge behaves more like games and just render things correctly.


MS really needs to release that upcoming windows HDR calibration tool like yesterday though, windows with HDR enabled does not look right, it looks slightly washed out even on an oled.
 
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