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

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  1. AuerX

    AuerX Ancient Guru

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    Not saying you should be in a hurry, but OLED is a big step in the right direction and the sooner you get one the sooner you realize that :cool:
     
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    Has to be a matte panel, and those are rare.

    I am worried about burn-in though, with 7-8 hours a day usage.
     
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    Horizon FW HDR is washed out on this monitor, only game btw
     
  4. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    New CRT for sure. OLED is the Top dog now.
    I remember having good CRT back in the days (Black Trinitron) First was 17" then 22" - Glorious.
     

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    give KTC a try if $325 is in your price range - it's basically a 1440p version of the Sony inzone m9 ($800+)
    1000 nits HDR, 576 zone (so no IPS glow) mini-led @ 165Hz

    the only "better" monitors run into the OLED price range and when at that point just buy OLED - any flavor
     
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    actually matte is more common in OLED than glossy
    fwiw, i've been running my ROG pg42 OLED (matte) for that kind of usage over two years no issues

    just stay off of Fox News/CNBC/ et al that run chyrons (banners) and keep the tool bar hidden
     
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    I just noticed some burn-in on my LG 32GS95UE-B. They're these light & dark horizontal streaks. How is this possible? It's a new monitor and I've used all the precautions to avoid getting it!
    burn in.jpg
     
  8. mrrulez911

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    "Core Lighting+ immerses users in the environments of their games and entertainment by emitting ambient light from the back of the monitor. And with a lighting circle four times slimmer than the previous model (G95SC model), it fits in seamlessly with the slim 3.9mm metal bezel. There’s also a new slim metal stand that adopts a tool-free assembly structure, using a 3mm metal plate that provides harmony with the display design and opens up space for other devices."

    Source
     
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    Sorry to hear / see you got issues!
    When did you get it? Have you activated all the display care features? Does the firmware regularely run them?
    Not asking because I'd be able to help but asking out of curiosity of a future OLED buyer
     
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    Doesnt look like burn in. Could be a duff panel.
     
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  11. DirtyDee

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    I've had it for 30 days with 156 hours of use. I manually run the image cleaner every few hours (6 hours of use a day). The OLED care settings are enabled (screen move & deep sleep when powered off). Aside from that I have the monitor set to shutoff when idle for 2 minutes. The desktop wallpaper is black with no icons and taskbar is set to auto-hide. It's been babied even more than my LG 27" OLED and that thing doesn't have any burn-in...This is just so f-cking ridiculous...
     
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  12. DirtyDee

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    I noticed it right after I did an image cleaning. Could performing an image cleaning too frequently cause this or is it just coincidence? The line pattern doesn't line up with any of the lines on this site or even YT (the only sites I frequent the most). The line pattern starts 3" from the top of the screen and is about 1" thick and it spans the whole width of the screen. It's most noticeable on darker colors.
     
  13. Mufflore

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    I saw another poster have the same kind of look to their screen.
    Image cleaning couldnt help or change it, only a replacement panel fixed it.
     
  14. DirtyDee

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    Alright
     
  15. kx11

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    messing around


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  17. kx11

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    Actually no, i lowered the monitor's Contrast to 40 and Windows HDR calibration allowed me to create a profile with 2000nits max

     
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    But thats a "made up" number, that monitor cannot reach that value...right?
     
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    Make sure you enable 12bit colour in nvidia control panel.
     
  20. DirtyDee

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    @Mufflore After performing a hard reset on the monitor I'm no longer seeing those strange lines anymore. It must've glitched out during an image cleaning which caused those artifacts on the screen.
     
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