Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by dhaine » 10 Jan 2018, 21:27

they need some antiblur tech, that works even on console, with low input lag, to be of interest

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by Manimal 5000 » 11 Jan 2018, 02:06

I don't let the size thing bother me. There are solutions that don't involve a couch. This setup has been working well the past few years...a wireless mouse wil complete the picture. Can't wait to see what Chief reports.

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by darzo » 11 Jan 2018, 03:28

You need the adapter or whatever it is for a wireless mouse close to the mouse for good performance. I know this from experience. Logitech even goes as far as to recommend within 20 centimeters, which is ridiculous but says something. You've got D.Va on that monitor but from a competitive standpoint you probably will do better with other monitors, but I realize it might be a compromise. I expect that the 27-inch 144hz 4k monitor will be worse than a 1080 240hz monitor, which I may end up testing.

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by lexlazootin » 11 Jan 2018, 06:37

Nice mouse ;)

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by Manimal 5000 » 11 Jan 2018, 11:04

lexlazootin wrote:Nice mouse ;)
Yes, if only they were wireless back then :mrgreen:

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by Manimal 5000 » 11 Jan 2018, 11:37

darzo wrote:You need the adapter or whatever it is for a wireless mouse close to the mouse for good performance. I know this from experience. Logitech even goes as far as to recommend within 20 centimeters, which is ridiculous but says something. You've got D.Va on that monitor but from a competitive standpoint you probably will do better with other monitors, but I realize it might be a compromise. I expect that the 27-inch 144hz 4k monitor will be worse than a 1080 240hz monitor, which I may end up testing.
20cm really? You might as well stay wired. That wouldn't work at all.
I do hope they reconsider 4K on these monitors for ppl who like ULMB @ 100-120fps.

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 11 Jan 2018, 15:16

Distance also depends on a variety of factors including radio frequency interference. A house in the country would have better mouse performance at 50cm than a New York apartment at 20cm, due to the huge amounts of wireless signals sharing the space.

Also, you can use a USB extension cable (no repeaters though! So only up to 5 meter) to wire the wireless mouse receiver much closer to your seating area. That won't add lag, and allow you to keep very near your wireless mouse receiver.

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by darzo » 11 Jan 2018, 16:49

https://www.pcgamesn.com/nvidia-gsync-hdr-release-date

Any reason to go ultrawide at 1440 vs 4k at 27 inches?

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by Manimal 5000 » 11 Jan 2018, 19:40

Chief Blur Buster wrote: you can use a USB extension cable (no repeaters though! So only up to 5 meter)..That won't add lag, and allow you to keep very near your wireless mouse receiver.
I was wondering about that. If you say it I believe it. Well looks like no ULMB at the moment doesn't it, meh.

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Re: Nvidia Introduces 65-inch "Big Format Gaming Displays"

Post by Mr.Fruitbaskets » 13 Jan 2018, 07:12

I don't get it, whats better about the bigger screen size? More ideal for people using surround sound setups, bringing people in the room to watch your banging setup?

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