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PS5's HDMI 2.1 is currently capped at 32Gbps bandwidth.

What TV you would get or have for it?


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Bo_Hazem

Gold Dealer
People let’s stop with the unless goal post moving... the FUDer was already corrected.

It's entertaining.

What are your thoughts on the Xbox Series X not technically supporting HDMI 2.1 since it can't do 8K yet?

XSX supports 8K but maxes out at 10-bit (current panels). 48Gbps supports 12-bit that is coming next year and beyond.
 
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Bo_Hazem

Gold Dealer
As a thank you for the entertainment i'll get ethomaz ethomaz and Ass of Can Whooping Ass of Can Whooping GAF Gold. And myself too, got to thank boss man EviLore EviLore for bringing the fun back to neogaf ( Bo_Hazem Bo_Hazem you already have gold so youre not getting any this time)

Thanks for the entertainment! If you gold me you'll get an error message, I'm too gold to be golded. Try golding EviLore EviLore , he's staring at all gold around while his nickname shows signs of RROD.
 

BluRayHiDef

Banned
Only in 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 in 8bits.



HDMI 2.0 can’t do 4k 60fps HDR 4:4:4 10-12bits that is most devices with HDMI 2.1 works.
Is there honestly a perceptible difference between 4K-60Hz-HDR-4:4:4 @ 10 bits and 4K-60Hz-HDR-4:2:2 @ 10 bits/ 4:4:4 @ 8 bits? Is the picture quality substantially different?
 

Bo_Hazem

Gold Dealer
Is there honestly a perceptible difference between 4K-60Hz-HDR-4:4:4 @ 10 bits and 4K-60Hz-HDR-4:2:2 @ 10 bits/ 4:4:4 @ 8 bits? Is the picture quality substantially different?

Wider color gamut = less banding and better color gradient. It's 16 million colors (8-bit) vs 1,060 million colors (10-bit). 12-bit is 68B though. Those are critical for HDR.
 

DeepEnigma

Gold Member
Went with the 900h for now for Sony's color accuracy, motion and scaling tech.

Will jump on OLED train (again Sony for their color accuracy, etc) when I see how QOLED looks on market.
 

buenoblue

Member
What am I reading here? Is no one going to comment that article in the op says Spiderman remastered can only play at 4k 30fps on hdmi 2.0 TV's. This is clearly incorrect.
 

Kuranghi

Gold Member
More singleplayer, only mp I play right now is Ghost Legends.

Then definitely not to worry, the biggest benefit for HDMI 2.1 is 120hz MP games, there will be SP AAA games that do 120hz as well but they will be downgraded quite a bit to get to that refresh rate and even then they probably won't hold a consistent 120fps and be not as good feeling as locked 60fps.

Some indie games will have 120hz modes but it will be few and far between. By the time you are looking to upgrade again (4-5 years?) you can get an OLED or other new technology set and HDMI 2.1 will be in every model and have more features that will be better tested.

Did you activate X-Motion Clarity on the TV? Its fantastic to make games look clearer in motion with basically no downside. It should be great to make GoT look even nicer than it already does.
 
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M1chl

Currently Gif and Meme Champion
CX and still with tears in my eyes I am waiting for my first next-gen console :messenger_loudly_crying:

Also we know that PS5 has HDMI 2.1, so old news or something? : D
 
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