Yes. You have to select the 4K res from the PC list and it will enable 120HZ
I have an RTX 2070 and it works.
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Gotcha thanks.See here for a description of the model numbers of LG TVs.Do you mean LG is correct or the one who made the error?
I was wondering why LG labeled the 48â€Â (CXPUB) differently than the other sizes in the same series (CXPUA).
The "B" in comparison to the "A" indicates that these models have a different design, e.g. a different stand.
Everything behind the "CX" always describes the variants of a model.
Rhetorical question: Why do people think this would change, such that there's a need to keep checking for "news"?Any news on whether dts passthrough would be enabled in a future firmware update??
That's because it can't do it, and you may not (clearly not, sadly) have read the million posts about it, but it won't be changing in a future firmware update, no. It's the same as when Samsung removed DTS many years ago, and a number of their customers went nuts, but it clearly didn't harm their sales because they didn't reverse back on it in the next year.I am only getting dolby digital on my avr with my ps4 connected to the tv.
Cinema for me, although I think Cinema Home looks much better.
Cinema Home doesn't let you change true motion (no idea why...), and I cant stand watching content with it. Really the only reason I don’t it.
In the spirit of this being a CX thread, I reconnected the CX and set the picture mode to ISF dark room, with oled light set to 35. Room is pitch black. Had a hell of a time getting my pixel 2 camera to focus, so I hope these are better than the c9 pics I posted earlier. The smudge on the left and right side of the screen is not visible to the eye, its my camera.A couple of things.
I'd throw in a 50% and a 100% slide too.
The other thing is that these are ALL very bright. They all look far brighter than the percentage they are trying to show.
Yes, I've seen other people post slides that are say, 10% slides and. they DO show irregularities (if they have them), and they are bright like these. But I've also seen many like mine I took that have a luminosity that MATCHES the percentage of the slide itself.
For me, I'd rather get CORRECT camera exposures that actually match the darkness of the slides so that what the camera is picking up more closely matches at least what the slide actually looks like to the eye. If the exposure is this way off, it's hard for me to have confidence that the captures are ALSO correctly revealing the perceived extent of the panels uniformity. Some might say it makes no difference. But why take such a position that is so far removed from what the eye is seeing in the first place? Does this make sense?
Yes, they are all increasing in brightness as the percentage goes up, but it all should begin with much much darker slides - my 5% slides are almost black.
At least tell me, your dark slides aren't bright like this - right? If so, the only important thing is what you are perceiving with your EYES at home.
The first two slides have some banding throughout and some color uniformity issues - pink hues on the right. The rest look better. I've seen better and I've seen much, much worse. These overly bright captures ARE revealing uniformity problems and strengths, so it might not matter.
Check for it in content with Arrival (the chopper panning scene) and the snowy Revenant. If this doesn't show up in actual content, you are GOOD.
Is your CX this uniform?
Perhaps others can weigh in here.
Ran this test on the cx, and I do see some slight banding in the lower grayscale range. Also saw some on a panning scene in Westworld season 3 episode 2. I think this seals it...the cx is going back. Going to use the 700 savings on an Atmos soundbar.In the spirit of this being a CX thread, I reconnected the CX and set the picture mode to ISF dark room, with oled light set to 35. Room is pitch black. Had a hell of a time getting my pixel 2 camera to focus, so I hope these are better than the c9 pics I posted earlier. The smudge on the left and right side of the screen is not visible to the eye, its my camera.
How do these look compared to the c9? First oled, so again, i am not sure what to look for. Any comments would be appreciated, thank you. Did 5-50, as well as 100%
Hate to quote myself, but any chance a cheap quadro/expensive rtx card would somehow circumvent the 10bit output handicap?Based on this reddit thread (great source right?) it seems that maybe a way around this is to dual gpu with an entry level quadro card to get the 10bit output?
Hate to quote myself, but any chance a cheap quadro/expensive rtx card would somehow circumvent the 10bit output handicap?
The assumption is it is a CX OLED. I would be shocked if 3XXX cards (or 2080ti for some games) from Nvidia cant break the 60 FPS barrier. I am not interested in 8bit plus dithering.Is the panel true 10bit or 8+FRC.
What video card on the planet will drive 120hz 4k anyway? My 2080ti in good rtx games can’t hit 60!
If you send it hdr with rgb full 8 bit windows 10 does the 10bit dithering for you giving you 10bit (8+FRC).
C9 only has the option to turn BFI on or off. The CX gets multiple levels of BFI, but I am not sure if any of those are 120 Hz BFI. At this point in time, I doubt they are going to change anything about the BFI on C9.Trying to research differences between the 77" C9 and CX and seeing conflicting reports. Has LG confirmed that only the CX might get 120 Hz BFI, and the C9 will not? Or will neither get it?