OLED, QD-OLED, QDEL + Mini, MLA & microLED -> Monitors Super Thread

Discussion in 'Computer Monitor Forum' started by OnnA, Apr 8, 2022.

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  1. piet11111

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    Had another update on my Pg32UCDM order from feb 20th delivery time still unknown.

    Maybe i am naive but cant a multi billion dollar corporation not build up a reasonable level of stock before they start selling them ?
    Afterall they do announce them a year in advance *grumpy old man mumbling*
     
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    LG bad, ASUS good is what people keep saying...It's just a shame I can't get my hands on the PG32UCDM as they've been out of stock since launch. Well, Microcenter had one in stock for a couple hours, but they don't do online orders and it was in a different state...
     
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    Much ado about nothing

    Optimum ends his own video admitting the differences are very situational and personal preferences rule the day.
     
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    The differences are probably really not that big once in front of you.
     
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    My LG 27" OLED (27GR95QE-B) has the anti-glare layer and while it isn't noticeable gaming it is a bit distracting while browsing the web as white & light colors appear grainy. If I can't get the Asus PG32UCDM by the end of the week I'll just keep my LG 32GS95UE-B pre-order as it arrive next Wednesday. If it's good I'll keep it, if not I'll return it and wait until there's something better.
     

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    And we have our first firmware update..... not noticing any of the listed changes so far

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    Any issues? What has your experience been like with it so far?
     
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    My LG 32GS95UE-B arrived early and so far it's pretty decent. HDR is noticeably brighter compared to the LG 27GR95QE-B. The game mode is set to fps & peak brightness is set to high. The anti-glare layer appears to be less aggressive as well. Aside from that I only have one minor gripe which is the lighting on the back of the monitor. It's hardly noticeable compared to the 27" which would light up my wall.
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    Is it ok if a get a "27 OLED monitor @ 2k then use Nvidia's custom resolution to get 4k and use it always @ 4k? would that be as good as a native 4k monitor?? couldn't find an OLED 4k "27 monitor
     

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    It will improve on how the lower res monitor looks a bit but nothing like the jump to UHD.
     
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    Guys with 2K monitors, sometimes driver creates 4k as first resolution, it's good to delete it for DLDSR :p
     
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    So fellow gurus help me understand, is MSI's care feature package really that good? Do you really not lose out on anything buying the monitor from the video below?



    A friend of mine also stated that another friend of his said that during the mid year period, there's supposed to be screens around with better display care features... heard anything about that?

    In the meantime:

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  20. DirtyDee

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    @fantaskarsef As far as I know that MSi model doesn't support G-Sync. If that's not something you use than you should be fine.
     
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