Thank you very much frisfreek, just have a few more questions in regards to
Originally Posted by frisbfreek
There will always be some bad apples with the good. A good amount of us are happy with our first sets, while others have exchanged for various reasons, including defects, bad shipping, etc. I hear that this TV is more consistent than the Vizio P series, if that helps.
It states 3840x2160, which is the native resolution of the TV.
-the native res showing up on this tv, to give you an example, here is a x800D connects to a geforce 1080
you can see the list of supported resolution, but right at the very bottom of the list you can see it 1080p, 1920x1080 (native). The X800D EDID tells the gpu that its native res is 1080p but support resolution higher. The problem is this will break the nVidia GPU scaling, as it require your desktop resolution to be the same as the display native res or else it will not scale anything and it also needs to be in 4:4:4. At least on my current 970 which is why I ask
I'm not totally sure what you mean by "all the edge enhancement". If you're talking about the localized dimming, Smart LED is still an option in game mode. Auto Motion Plus and Digital Clean View are grayed out. Dynamic Contrast is also grayed out in PC mode.
-as for edge enhancement, I am not sure how it is now for samsung tv now, many years ago I the samsung that I own had something called DNIe which was advertise to enhance picture but ended up destroying picture quality making everything grainy and pixelated. And there is no way to turn it off in any picture setting or input. It was the biggest purchase regret that I ever had with that tv. I think the last time I was checking out a samsung tv back in 2012-13 and it still has it. As for the others like local dimming noise reduction, smart led, local dimming and any color boosting etc, which one of them are grayed out I am sorry? If you can provide a list for game mode, because I have everything including xbox 360, xbox one, ps3, ps4, wii U, cable tv and chromecast if I do ended up getting this tv connected to my receiver and output to 1 HDMI port of a tv.So everything will operate under 1 profile.
As stated in an earlier post (you can search my posts if you want the exact text), 4:4:4 is only available in PC mode, and you must exit PC mode to select Game mode. Thus, Game mode is running 4:2:2, even if you feed the TV a 4:4:4 signal. PC mode lag is ~40 ms though (much less than the other modes outside Game mode), which you might find tolerable.
-does hdr works for pc mode?
I don't own any other TVs so have no basis for comparison here. For what it's worth, I generally like the TV's interface. Is it perfect? No. Does it fit my needs? Yes.
-does tizon has its own eco system of apps? does it have youtube, netflix, hulu etc?
No, HDR game mode will NOT use a separate profile from SDR game mode. The only separate profiles for HDR are when you use Movie and Standard mode.
-How does the user deal with HDR and SDR viewing if everything goes under one picture setting? You can't keep going into the picture setting to adjust the lightface and brightness etc after you are done with watching HDR contents right?