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    Quote Originally Posted by KOT0005 View Post
    BTW Philips 436M6VBPAB/75 is 1000nits, 8bit+FRC and it can still do 98% DCI -P3. Its a Monitor HDR1000 certified.
    Yes but only at 60Hz and without G-Sync.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Yes but only at 60Hz and without G-Sync.
    You also forgot to mention that the Philips is $1000 vs $3000 for PG27uq.

    43 inches instead of 27inches

    better colors.

    1000nits with no FALD, so no halo effects.


    Could buy a pg279q + the Philips and still have some money leftover. This gives u 144hz monitor for fps games and 4k hdr for rpg games..

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    <4k hdr for rpg games.. >

    And have increased latency just because its not nvidia hdr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FurnyQC View Post
    <4k hdr for rpg games.. >

    And have increased latency just because its not nvidia hdr?
    "Latency" doesn't matter in RPGs, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KOT0005 View Post
    You also forgot to mention that the Philips is $1000 vs $3000 for PG27uq.

    43 inches instead of 27inches

    better colors.

    1000nits with no FALD, so no halo effects.


    Could buy a pg279q + the Philips and still have some money leftover. This gives u 144hz monitor for fps games and 4k hdr for rpg games..
    No I didn't. I didn't need to as you already did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FurnyQC View Post
    <4k hdr for rpg games.. >

    And have increased latency just because its not nvidia hdr?
    NVIDIA HDR ?? something like this exists ? gsync is just a version of VRR..there are already monitors with freesync and HDR.
    the advertised g2g response for this monitor is 4ms, same as pg27uq.

    NVidia Just calls its Nvidia HDR because there is a min requirement of 1000nits, AMD freesync HDR starts from 400nits

    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    No I didn't. I didn't need to as you already did.
    Yeah, thanks.
    Last edited by KOT0005; 04-22-2018 at 02:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KOT0005 View Post
    You also forgot to mention that the Philips is $1000 vs $3000 for PG27uq.

    43 inches instead of 27inches

    better colors.

    1000nits with no FALD, so no halo effects.


    Could buy a pg279q + the Philips and still have some money leftover. This gives u 144hz monitor for fps games and 4k hdr for rpg games..
    Yeh but what happens if you want BOTH, like play 4K HDR at 80fps which is possible

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    What I don't understand regarding the chroma/HDR/bandwidth discussion- HDMI 2.1 is already out, why doesn't the pg27uq use it then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alporta View Post
    What I don't understand regarding the chroma/HDR/bandwidth discussion- HDMI 2.1 is already out, why doesn't the pg27uq use it then?
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    Because they designed it nearly 1,5 years ago and there was no HDMI2.1 at this time... i guess...
    there are even no TVs that will be released with HDMI2.1 in 2018
    first ones to be expected 2019
    *
    To implement it during the production-process would have taken newer hardware etc*
    So they would have ended up with a whole other product...
    so they would have to build everything from scratch again -
    which means that the PG27UQ as we know it, would have never been released! *

    But i am sure, we will see monitors with (DP1.5 and) HDMI2.1 in 2020
    Maybe a new HDMI2.2 will be established after it is made possible to watch 3D without glasses at home!
    At least i liked 3D and really want to watch Avatar 2,3,4,5 that way! ��

    If Nvidia Gsync monitors will support VRR via HDMI2.1 ??
    Well i doubt it - because it is specified as an option in the HDMI2.1 specs, not as a MUST HAVE*
    Last edited by Sichtwechsel86; 04-22-2018 at 08:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alporta View Post
    What I don't understand regarding the chroma/HDR/bandwidth discussion- HDMI 2.1 is already out, why doesn't the pg27uq use it then?
    The spec was only inked 6 months ago. This product has been in development prior to the development of 2.1. Once the spec is finalized only then do scaler chips begin development, which means time to market for just the SoC is around 18-24 months after standard finalization. There are no 2.1 products out there yet. AND there are no graphics cards (or console, or home entertainment products) that support it.

    DP 1.5 is only "4" months old - discussions kicked off in Jan. It's got to reach standardization, ink has to dry, people make the chips and graphics cards, then we get products.

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