More epic reviews for the huge leap of QD-OLED……expect more LG OLED price drops. It’s just can’t compete…. QD-OLED tech is much brighter,accurate and colourful! It’s no coincidence that Sony choose QD-OLED for their top tier dog.
I have the 65Q70R and you do need to fix the default blown out brightness and colors in Game Mode. Fortunately you can make the Game Mode look almost like the Cinema Mode minus the 20-point White Balance settings which are disabled in Game Mode. If you leave it on default, the Game Mode looks as awful as the Standard Mode.Comparison between the C1 48 inch and the 50 inch QN90B:
I don't know wtf Samsung do but they absolutely butcher the brightness and colours in game mode. It's something I've also experienced with the Q70r that I'll be replacing for the rig.
HDTVtest says that but he is probably technically right…
But the reality in terms of IQ and motion BFI 60Hz + HDR is basically perfection on CX.
Just try yourself.
The flickering is not noticeable in games the HDR basically cover all the drop in brightness generated by BFI (after all it inject black frames).
Sadly BFI 120Hz doesn’t work with HDR so it is useless.
PS. If you have a LOG OLED and it is not using BFI for 60 or 30 fps games you are doing it wrong.
That's right.How do I actually activate BFI ON MY CX lol, I'm sure it's greyed out. I guess I can't have it activated with freesync or VRR?
Ouch I love my VRR, So I just need to set the xbox to 60 fps or can I leave it 120 then turn off freesync and VRR and then I turn on true motion? I'll give it a try and see if It makes a huge difference. I guess it won't affect the brightness etc too much?That's right.
Bfi is important so maybe just use regular vsync and reduce settings for smoother performance.
Fald lcd has it even worse with vrr... No bfi with vrr but also no local dimming.
Just buy c series or later. B series were the clunkers. CX isWaiting on Samsung QD-OLED before even thinking about buying a TV. Realistically I'll probably end up with a 2nd gen Samsung Neo QLED because I value being able to have HUD's and other static elements from games on my screen without worrying about burning them into my expensive TV.
Black Frame InsertionSuper dumb question, but what is BFI? I recently bought a C1 and have no idea what it is or what it does, is it good for gaming? What are the best settings for 60fps/120fps/30fps content if so?
I’m not in from of my TV right now but it is called “OLED Motion Pro” or something close to that.How do I actually activate BFI ON MY CX lol, I'm sure it's greyed out. I guess I can't have it activated with freesync or VRR?
So happy to see the buzz around the new Samsung QD oled. Hopefully they add Dolby Vision in the future releases and I have a new TV to get in a couple of years. Samsung, Sony, LG or who ever.
BFI is a feature that add a black frame between each frame is being displayed in your TV… that way it removes all the motion blur you have when watching it.Super dumb question, but what is BFI? I recently bought a C1 and have no idea what it is or what it does, is it good for gaming? What are the best settings for 60fps/120fps/30fps content if so?
Nice. Competition is good.
Next year's LG OLED TV displays could integrate microlens tech to boost peak brightness close to 1500 nitsLG plans to match Samsung's QD-OLED peak brightness with the addition of a microlens layer for next year's OLED.EX panels. This way, LG hopes to boost the brightness from ~900 nits up to 1500 nits and also improve energy efficiency, leading to reduced burn-in probability.www.notebookcheck.net
"LG plans to match Samsung's QD-OLED peak brightness with the addition of a microlens layer for next year's OLED.EX panels. This way, LG hopes to boost the brightness from ~900 nits up to 1500 nits and also improve energy efficiency, leading to reduced burn-in probability".
"LG Display showed off a 77" 8K panel that features what the company refers to as Meta-lit Lens Array, or MLA technology. The MLA layer increases light output by more than 20%, and the panel achieves a brightness of 2,000 nits. LGD says that the viewing angles is also increased using the MLA technology"
Looks like WRGB OLEDs ain't dead yet. I believe this tech is already on some high end OLED phone screens letting them hit 1500 nit mark.