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AUO Demos newest 480Hz refresh rate laptop & desktop displays


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The video below showcases the new display line, offering a 24-inch 480Hz desktop monitor and the same refresh rate as a 16-display panel created for laptops. The two new displays produce a 1920 x 1080 FHD pixel display ratio and an average 1ms response time. What is unique with the displays from AUO is that they use Twisted Nematic, or TN, technology.

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AUO showcases two new displays for desktop and laptop models which incorporate TN technology and feature 480Hz refresh rates.

 

I wonder just how fast it can get? Am waiting for 1k hz display... 

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5 hours ago, ozlay said:

It must use DSC to get 480hz. Because HDMI 2.1 doesn't have enough bandwidth. Unless it uses 2 ports.

I think it could work my hdmi 2.1 run 4k 120hz

Don't think i have the dsc feature.

 

4k is 4 time 1080p if am not wrong.

 

10-12bit and no hdr could work at 1080p 480hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 14/05/2022 at 23:38, bonami2 said:
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AUO showcases two new displays for desktop and laptop models which incorporate TN technology and feature 480Hz refresh rates.

 

I wonder just how fast it can get? Am waiting for 1k hz display... 

 

...if only they could bring out a 77 inch 8k OLED w/480 Hz refresh...

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26 minutes ago, J7SC_Orion said:

 

...if only they could bring out a 77 inch 8k OLED w/480 Hz refresh...

The part i don't understand is a 60hz oled is smoother and as less blur than a 120hz lcd if you look at review on youtube

 

03:30 he start talking about motion Blur. High refresh rate is to reduce input lag and blur if am not wrong.

 

 

 

 

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57 minutes ago, bonami2 said:

The part i don't understand is a 60hz oled is smoother and as less blur than a 120hz lcd if you look at review on youtube

 

03:30 he start talking about motion Blur. High refresh rate is to reduce input lag and blur if am not wrong.

 

 

 

 

 

I use the 48 inch C1 OLED (4K/120 Hz) and the difference really is startling...I rather have a 120Hz OLED than a 168+ Hz regular setup.

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