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Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 10 Oct 2016, 03:13
by StrobeMaster
Q83Ia7ta wrote:Samsung rather brazenly tout a 1ms grey to grey response time on these models, which given the panel type to be approached with particular caution.

https://pcmonitors.info/samsung/samsung ... -freesync/

Yes, caution! Because PCmonitors talks about grey-to-grey response time while Samsung just claims a 1ms MPRT (Moving-Picture Response Time), see TECH SPECS in here. MPRT must not be confused with pixel response time. You can get a low MPRT by just using accordingly short strobes for the backlight.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 19 Oct 2016, 03:38
by Q83Ia7ta

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 19 Oct 2016, 05:27
by lexlazootin
To be fair it seems like half the frames are the same and half are 1 frame behind, is it's probably only about 4-5ms~ difference.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 19 Oct 2016, 08:43
by Q83Ia7ta
lexlazootin wrote:To be fair it seems like half the frames are the same and half are 1 frame behind, is it's probably only about 4-5ms~ difference.

Still it's like LightBoost/ULMB/BBQ :(

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 20 Oct 2016, 18:36
by Q83Ia7ta
Sparky wrote:
Q83Ia7ta wrote:Isn't that impulsive scanning is like CRT does?

If it's flicker free, no.

So that's like CRT does but with 4 horizontal areas
https://youtu.be/tY5jwihAObY?t=89
It's not TN (colors & view anges), looks like fast (?), isn't so low brightness like other motion blur reduction techs (thanks quantum dots) and not so high price ($400). It can be used not only for gaming. Well done Samsung.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 21 Oct 2016, 03:03
by StrobeMaster
Q83Ia7ta wrote:It's not TN (colors & view anges), looks like fast (?), isn't so low brightness like other motion blur reduction techs (thanks quantum dots) and not so high price ($400). It can be used not only for gaming. Well done Samsung.

... plus possibly true 8bit. Really very interesting.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 21 Oct 2016, 03:17
by Falkentyne
It only strobes at 144 hz refresh rate, nothing else...

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 21 Oct 2016, 03:55
by StrobeMaster
Falkentyne wrote:It only strobes at 144 hz refresh rate, nothing else...

Ah, and I was already wondering why it looked so out of sync in the video (link posted by "Q83Ia7ta"). I overlooked that the monitor was actually running at 144Hz. Well, that is too bad then. Nevertheless, it is still shows how fast this SVA panel is.


Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 21 Oct 2016, 07:22
by Q83Ia7ta
StrobeMaster wrote:... plus possibly true 8bit. Really very interesting.

I saw it's 8-bit at several places. I guess it's true.

Falkentyne wrote:It only strobes at 144 hz refresh rate, nothing else...

For me maximum refresh rate is requirement.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 26 Oct 2016, 17:47
by Q83Ia7ta

Some input lag comparisons:
vs Dell S2716DG and brightness measured (with blur reduction also) on both http://blog.naver.com/kayu3321/220838694991
vs QNIX QX2414 MULTI HOT http://blog.naver.com/kayu3321/220833806480
FreeSync ON/OFF input lag :) http://blog.naver.com/kayu3321/220833988613

also brightness measured of Samsung blur reduction mode vs various ULMB modes of Dell S2716DG http://blog.naver.com/kayu3321/220844558161

"review" http://blog.naver.com/kayu3321/220833364574
A lot of info about Samsung C24FG70 here http://blog.naver.com/kayu3321

Seems like I will buy it :)