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

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    It says 8k on the cable, it's from Club 3D.
     
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    ooh the good stuff...
     
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    I have 16k DP2.1 cable BTW :p (12Bit NP).
     
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    LG Display Announces Mass Production of World’s First Gaming OLED Panels With Switchable Refresh Rate & Resolution

    -> https://wccftech.com/lg-display-mas...ed-panels-switchable-refresh-rate-resolution/

    LG Decides To Take OLED Panels To A Whole New Level, Allowing Users To Switch Refresh Rate & Resolution On The Go


    [Press Release]: LG Display, the world's leading innovator of display technologies, announced today that it has developed the first-ever Gaming OLED panel with a switchable refresh rate and resolution.
    The company has begun mass production of the 31.5-inch panel this month, accelerating its push into the high-end gaming display market with new concept products.

    This groundbreaking Gaming OLED panel allows users to freely choose between a high refresh rate (FHD∙480Hz) and a high-resolution mode (UHD∙240Hz) depending on the content.

    In high refresh rate mode, users can enjoy games where speed and screen changes are particularly important, such as first-person shooter (FPS) or racing genres.
    Switching to high-resolution mode offers an exceptionally immersive experience watching movies with rich visual effects or high-definition 4K content.
    By comparison, conventional panels have a fixed resolution even when the refresh rate is changed, limiting their versatility for multiple applications.

    We will create new customer value with OLED's differentiated technologies - such as by offering perfect blacks, fast response times,
    and ultra-high refresh rates - and strengthen our leadership in the high-end gaming display market.

    - Won-seok Kang, Vice President and Head of the Large Display Product Planning Division at LG Display

    Refresh rate refers to the number of images displayed on a monitor per second, while resolution represents the number of pixels that a screen can show.
    The higher the refresh rate, the smoother and sharper the images appear even during fast screen transitions, while a higher resolution enables more precise video and image quality.LG Display's advanced solution is Dynamic Frequency & Resolution (DFR), its own independently developed new technology. With the arrival of DFR, users can choose which to prioritize between refresh rate and resolution by adjusting the image processing speed.
    IT has been applied for the first time with LG Display's 31.5-inch Gaming OLED panel.
     

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    Is this the same panel as the ASUS PG32UCDP will have?
     
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    yes
     
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    idk if it's an availability thing, but imho the AOC, while fine isn't as good as the KTC - which is IPS mini-led, has over 30% more lighting zones at 576, also 1000 nits for $45 more @ $325 no black smearing whatsoever, USB C 90watt pd
    i guess they like 180Hz better than 165Hz - but it's not like you'd notice that until the refresh gets higher than that at 240Hz

    but i'd sure as hell notice the black smearing. even though way better than traditional VA, it's still not IPS with the wider viewing angles to boot.
    btw...there is no "IPS glow" with mini-led FALD
     
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  9. OnnA

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    QDEL technology set to become the premium display replacement to OLEDs by 2026

    -> https://www.techspot.com/news/10272...become-premium-display-replacement-oleds.html

    Quantum dot electroluminescent displays are brighter, less prone to burn-in, and cheaper to manufacture

    The bleeding edge: Currently, the highest quality pictures come from displays with OLED screens. The blackest blacks and the bright, vibrant colors it produces are unmatched.
    The technology comes at a premium, but a stroll through the local department store shows that prices are beginning to come down. As prices start dipping for the latest electronics, we begin wondering about the next generation.

    Micro-LEDs are in line to replace OLEDs but need another half decade or so of development before commercialization.
    Noctiluca notes that micro-LED tech will be ideal for transparent screens and displays viewed outdoors in sunlight, like cell phones and digital billboards. However, there is another display tech called QDEL that is much closer.

    Ars Technica opines that QDEL, or quantum dot electroluminescent, might be the next bleeding-edge tech for high-end televisions, monitors, and gadgets with screens.
    Also known as NanoLED, QDEL is an emissive technology that does not require a backlight – electroluminescent quantum dots emit light directly.
    These Q-dots are the same as those in high-end QD-OLEDs but are brighter, cheaper, and more resistant to burn-in.

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    Furthermore, QDEL technology should be available within the next few years, whereas micro-LED won't be ready for consumers until around 2030. Quantum dot supplier Nanosys has been working on the tech for several years.
    Its potential brand name is NanoLED, but it has gone by other names during development, including QD-EL, QD-LED, EL-QD, and QLED, although Samsung trademarked the latter in 2016, the year before launching its QLED branded TVs.

    Nanosys has tentatively targeted 2026 as its window for taking the technology commercial, but as a supplier, it is up to manufacturers like Sharp, Sony, and LG to take advantage of it.
    So we may not see comsumer sets until later.
     
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    Nice!
    Looking forward to what they can do.
     

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    I've never encountered any VRR flicker on my OLED monitors from LG. Then again I don't play games at 40 FPS.
     
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    Also QD-OLED & Micro LED news from ASUS:

     
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    nice from a distance.

    but the led arrays are in panels that have a bezel effect the closer you get to them
     
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    True, since the video I posted shows the issues are the worst with massively fluctuating FPS numbers, which usually plagues lower end rigs more than the top ones.
    It still is something to consider, imho.
     
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    tbh though,

    if i was purpose building a theater the seating would be optimal and this could work really well.

    shoehorning it into an existing room, at ordinary proportions would be a hard no
     
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