Originally Posted by Nubin Stanley
Yeah, to be frank, I can live with SOE as well. My problem is the artifacts with judder reduction enabled.
And from what I can see, it should be stutter as it seems pretty evenly spaced in panning shots.
So, there is nothing much that can be done with the 60Hz panel that I have....?
As far as stutter/artifacts are concerned, probably not. My C6 oled had the same problem with respect to stutter and artifacting; I just got used to the stuttering (whenever I get my HTPC setup again, I'll setup SVP again). It took some time, but it really doesn't seem as jarring as it did initially.
How much 4K content do you watch/what types of programming do you watch? If you watch a lot of ripped/downloaded content, your laptop should
be able to handle motion interpolation at 1080p (don't have madVR upscale it) without too much of an issue.
If you watch a lot of streamed content, you may be SOL as far as an external motion interpolater (though I swear madVR was coming out with a stand-alone product of some sort [no idea what it is/what it does]), since I cannot think of anything that will process Netflix and the like's streams in real time.
It could be worth experimenting on your laptop/desktop to see if saving up for an HTPC would be worth it (all you really need is a GTX 1050 ti [or better] card). Would it be possible to get a longer HDMI cable (assuming your GPU supports HDMI 2.0 for 4K60HZ)? That way you could leave your PC hooked up to your desktop.
Sorry that none of these options are that great; unfortunately, it is what it is with 60hz panels and
the push to decrease response times (darn gamers!).