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Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)?

PostPosted: 05 Sep 2016, 09:10
by Q83Ia7ta
The monitors include a strobe backlight mode to reduce motion blur as much as possible, called ‘impulsive scanning’.
Another key aspect of the specification which Samsung has been keen to highlight is the 125% sRGB colour gamut, which is achieved using a flicker-free Quantum Dot backlight solution.
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/

Isn't that impulsive scanning is like CRT does?

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 05 Sep 2016, 23:02
by lexlazootin
That looks like a pretty amazing monitor! hopefully it lives up to what they are saying about it :D

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 06 Sep 2016, 01:07
by Sparky
Q83Ia7ta wrote:Isn't that impulsive scanning is like CRT does?

If it's flicker free, no.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 06 Sep 2016, 03:46
by lexlazootin
Sparky wrote:
Q83Ia7ta wrote:Isn't that impulsive scanning is like CRT does?

If it's flicker free, no.


Flicker free implies that it doesn't have any PWM backlight problems, not that it doesn't have backlight flickering blur reduction.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 07 Sep 2016, 21:16
by Profiled
new 1080p display :o

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 08 Sep 2016, 11:32
by Vega
Ugg 1080p, lol. I feel like I am stuck in 2005.

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 08 Sep 2016, 11:37
by Falkentyne
Well let's see.
If this thing has more vibrant colors, no color banding, no color banding in fog, NO BACKLIGHT BLEED, *** CAN STROBE AT EVERY CUSTOM REFRESH RATE INCLUDING 60HZ ***, doesn't have Crosstalk that covers half the screen...it might be worth buying.

Sorry, Vega, but ever since the Thin Bezel party appeared with these 1440p monitors, it's one big lottery now.

BTW don't you have an almost perfect 4k OLED?

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 08 Sep 2016, 11:58
by Erecshyrinol
If this thing has more vibrant colors


With their incomparably blacker blacks, everything looks a lot more vibrant on a VA than other LCDs, I find.

no color banding, no color banding in fog


As far as I know, all new VA panels are native 8 bit. I have a 8bit VA monitor and in comparison to the 6+2 TNs I've tried, fog in the Overwatch training map looks a lot better. No readily apparent banding.

NO BACKLIGHT BLEED


That's another area where VA panels excel. I think it's inherent to how they're put together, but in any case, I hear there's just a lot less backlight bleeding issues with VAs. My particular monitor has absolutely no backlight bleeding no matter how hard you look for it (just very, very minor clouding) which is something I've never seen on other monitors.

CAN STROBE AT EVERY CUSTOM REFRESH RATE INCLUDING 60HZ

doesn't have Crosstalk that covers half the screen


Now that's just pipe dreams.

I'm extremely skeptical about the idea of fast VA panels though. Their ghosting is wild and hard to tame because they have particular trouble with certain transitions. Plus, this is one of those curved meme screens -- is this really gonna be a thing now?

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 09 Oct 2016, 16:30
by Q83Ia7ta
Falkentyne wrote:Well let's see.
If this thing has more vibrant colors, no color banding, no color banding in fog, NO BACKLIGHT BLEED, *** CAN STROBE AT EVERY CUSTOM REFRESH RATE INCLUDING 60HZ ***, doesn't have Crosstalk that covers half the screen...it might be worth buying.

I like that dumping by Samsung. Only $400 https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Electron ... B01M1DEEYP
Selling words and pictures http://www.samsung.com/ca/consumer/it/m ... FG70FQNXZA

Re: Impulsive scanning Samsung SVA(Super Vertical Alignment)

PostPosted: 09 Oct 2016, 16:44
by Falkentyne
Need 60hz strobe tests and crosstalk tests. 60hz, 85hz, 100hz, 120 and 144hz blur reduction tests with testUFO alien invasion, fullscreen.

Is impulsive scanning only available at certain refresh rates?

http://www.testufo.com/#test=photo&phot ... &height=-1