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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby jlafarga » 08 Jan 2016, 19:16

oh my fucking god, its finally happening!!!
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby Glide » 09 Jan 2016, 02:46

Don't forget that response time is meaningless unless they have black frame insertion options.
0.1ms response times, 17ms of motion blur at 60 FPS due to sample & hold.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby RealNC » 09 Jan 2016, 06:42

Glide wrote:Don't forget that response time is meaningless unless they have black frame insertion options.
0.1ms response times, 17ms of motion blur at 60 FPS due to sample & hold.

Even without, I'll take it. If it eliminates ghosting and overdrive artifacts, it's gonna be an improvement even without any strobing or black frame insertion.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby masterotaku » 09 Jan 2016, 12:09

It would be perfect for 3D, with real blacks that wouldn't distract me, and zero crosstalk. But it seems it won't even have Freesync or G-Sync.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby spacediver » 09 Jan 2016, 18:54

wow.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby sharknice » 09 Jan 2016, 21:54

The sooner this is released the sooner we will get OLED displays with low persistence options and eventually low persistence gsync/freesync.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby Falkentyne » 09 Jan 2016, 22:19

masterotaku wrote:It would be perfect for 3D, with real blacks that wouldn't distract me, and zero crosstalk. But it seems it won't even have Freesync or G-Sync.


If Masterotaku could find a monitor with OLED, full 3d vision support, no burn in, motion blur reduction by strobing the LED's, Gsync and freesync in the same panel, 10 bit color, and variable refresh rate strobe support, and 27-32" or higher, I think he will die and go to heaven and be happy forever after.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby nuninho1980 » 11 Jan 2016, 12:57

If this OLED monitor has 0.2 ms or shorter persistence time (IMPORTANT: NOT equal to response time ;)) then I'll buy it.
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Re: OLED 0,1ms response time and 120Hz?

Postby Glide » 11 Jan 2016, 14:15

Well we know that it won't. It will probably be a completely flicker-free display.
But 0.2ms seems like a rather steep goal considering that CRTs are in the region of 1-2ms.
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