Originally Posted by conan481
The LG is the ultimate gaming display for PC users. I mostly use my 9200 OLED and it's SO MUCH better then my plasma, or Samsung JS9500 for gaming.
If you can maintain 60 FPS, there is absolutely zero motion blur because of the response time and the intrascene contrast makes a big difference for gaming. I couldn't believe how much better games looked on the OLED. Much more of a three dimensional image, and gaming in 4k is freaking amazing. Played Dying Light and I get so freaked out at night because sometimes in my dark room, I can't even see the TV and all I hear is freaking Zombies all around. Lol.
Absolute black, makes a HUGE difference when gaming. Even the slightest glow from a backlight, would ruin that effect for dark areas in games.
Not disagreeing, but there's so much more OLEDs can do other than dark areas. Take Yoshi's Island's first stage for example where there are barely any black and all happy sappy pastel colorful colors. My Panasonic S64 plasma can put out much more vibrant, intense, and saturated colors than my Samsung F5300/F4500 plasmas did because of superior ANSI contrast ratio. And your EG9200 will most likely do the same thrashing to my Panny plasma with truly incredible saturation. High ANSI contrast ratio benefits all colors, that's why it's the most important picture perimeter for gamers.
And thankfully, most of today's games have vastly superior dynamic range than Bluray movies, so when it comes to reference contrast ratio material, movies will play a second fiddle to games IMO, and games should be the centerpiece of true contrast ratio benchmark. Metal Gear Solid 5 alone destroys about 90% of Bluray movies when talking about intense searchlight going through pitch dark night. (Zero level black and 255 level white both dominating the scene) And on my plasma, it's not just intense white, it also has beautiful transparency.
I've just seen the EG9200 again today and they were playing new HDR demos and oh boy! they were really incredible with lovely P3 colors and variety of luminance. I can't wait for HDR games to come out. I really, really, really hope Final Fantasy 7 remake supports HDR because that Midgar recreation practically cries for HDR! Intense neon flashlight engulfing dark dystopian slum!
For framerate, I'd still say I'd require 120 fps before calling even with my plasma though. 60FPS was ok, but sample and hold based blur was still dominant.