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  1. Hi, I do not change any setting in my Nvidia, I use the default. I do not use Nvidia inspector. If you send me a email address I will send you picture of my setting in P3D v5. Pierre
  2. Hi, no I do not experience any jettering, I get between 40 to 50 FPS, So now I am doing test with higher setting in P3D, I usually target 30 FPS. I also enable HRD in windows 10. Pierre
  3. One last comment, When reading and checking spec for the TV I realized that a lot of new specs like Vsync and freesync are only available on TV 55" and up. If you are looking for 43" AND 49" I suggest you read the manual first. What made me decide at the end, was the store visit I did. Pierre
  4. Hi, Yes I did, I bought a 43" LG 43UN7300 UHD and I love it. I first got a 49" but I returned it because it was too big for me. I am sitting at about 3 foots from it and a lot of the screen was outside my vision peripheral. I also got it on sale for half the price. Pierre
  5. Yes i know, last week at the store i did find that 49´´ was the biggest I could get. Bigger than that, sitting at 3 feet, i had to move my head alot to see the top and side of the screen. I am going to see if i cannot find a 43 ´´ monitor in a store, just to see the difference. Pierre
  6. Yes i was aware of that, only the 55 and up are capable of variable refresh. So now i need to go back to the store and see if it’s not to big for me and me setup. Pierre 🤓
  7. Yes that what I was able to find out with my research. I will go for the Samsung 49" 4K UHD HDR QLED Tizen Smart TV (QN49Q80TAFXZC) unless I find a good monitor in the same size and price. I was told by store manager (a friend) to wait until September, the price will go down and they expect great deal on 49 inch. I want to thanks you for all the help and advices that you gave me. Pierre
  8. In a review of the Samsung they state: Viewing angles are decent due to Samsung's 'Ultra Viewing Angle' layer, making it suitable for moderately large rooms, and it can get bright enough to fight glare in nearly any type of setting. Input lag is extremely low, it has a 120Hz refresh rate, and to top it all off, it has support for variable refresh rate technology to reduce screen tearing. and: A television which supports a variable refresh rate feature can adjust the panel refresh rate on-the-fly to match the source device. This can produce a smoother image with more consistent input lag and no screen tearing. It is more important for gamers; both PC gamers with AMD or NVIDIA graphics cards and newer consoles such as the Xbox One X will support variable refresh rate features. I think Chris is right, is this a future thing? Pierre
  9. One more question, In my research I starting to realize that tv below 50 inches do not support Variable Refresh Rate, But they all do if you go to 55 inches. Is VRR important to me? Pierre
  10. That the manual I did reviewed and I find two mentions for the 30HZ on page 130 The native resolutions are 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz (UHD models) and 7680 x 4320 at 60Hz (Q800T series or higher) with the Input Signal Plus set to On. The native resolution is 3840 x 2160 at 30 Hz with the Input Signal Plus set to Off. and in Supported Resolutions for Video Signals table on page 135. But in this review, it is not clear what refresh rate it supports....https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/q80t-qled Just for my personal knowledge, why is the 30 HZ is important? what does it gave me? Pierre
  11. Thanks again Ray, From what I can read it does support chroma 4:4:4 but I am not sure about the 30 Hz? It does have great review Pierre
  12. Hi, I finally went to a Best Buy store near by. After looking at all the different size of screen, I decide that I was ok with a 40 to 50 inches screen. But not bigger then that. They didn't have any monitor in that range, so I focused on the 4K TV. After a hour of loading Ray's PMDG 737 4K images, I narrowed my choices to the following 4 devices, in that order: 1.Samsung 49" 4K UHD HDR QLED Tizen Smart TV (QN49Q80TAFXZC) - Titan Black 2.LG 49" 4K UHD HDR LED webOS Smart TV (49UN7300PUB) 3.Samsung 50" 4K UHD HDR LED Tizen Smart TV (UN50TU7000FXZC) - Titan Grey 4.Sony 49" 4K UHD HDR LED Android Smart TV (XBR49X800H) The first one is a bit more expensive but the brightness and sharpness of the image was incredible. So is any of one of those are a better choice? Thanks Ray for the image, it helped a lot. Pierre
  13. Maybe more then one choices. 😄 I will report back on my finding and choice, just to make sure I buying a good one. Pierre
  14. Thanks Ted, Now with the image I will definitely go to a store and see what I like. You are right be saying, only me can decide what size I like better. Thanks for the advice. Pierre
  15. Thank you Ray, I just send you my email address, maybe I am looking for a monitor that will be to big. the picture will definitely help. Pierre
  16. Also I couldn't find the LG 43UD79-B : 43'' Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor in Canada, is the LG 43UN700-B 43 Inch UHD (3840 X 2160) IPS Display with USB Type-C, 4 HDMI Inputs and HDR10 equivalent? Pierre
  17. Hi, I found this monitor on Amazon.ca ViewSonic VX4380-4K 43 Inch Frameless Widescreen IPS 4K Monitor with HDMI USB and DisplayPort. Is this any good? I could order it and return it if I do not like it. Pierre
  18. Lucky you, great deal. I am trying to locate where I can get the LG that Ray suggest, with the COVID-19 and the confinement it`s not easy to find a store where you can easily return stuff. Pierre
  19. thanks i am definitely looking to buy a monitor. Can i ask which one did you buy? Pierre
  20. Thanks It's funny but I feel that I should buy a monitor, instead of a TV. With the TV I am buying feature that I do not need, like surround sound, ethernet connection, receiver...etc. Will I not get more performance if I buy a monitor like a Philips Brilliance BDM4350UC 43" 4K UHD LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - Black, Silver for example? Not much difference in price between the Sony and this. Just a thought. Pierre
  21. I think I will settle with a 40-46 in TV, after measuring my available space any thing bigger then 46 would be too big. Now witch TV to choice from, I like the Sony 43" 4K UHD HDR LED Android Smart TV (XBR43X800H) , would that be a good choice? Many thanks for all the advices. Pierre
  22. Thank you both, This is very good info, I am getting closer to what I will go shopping for. One more question, is the HZ important? Does TV run at different HZ, like 30 HZ or this is only a monitor spec. I understand that running at 30 HZ instead of normal 60 HZ is better / smoother. I thing I am looking more for the immersion so I will look at a 49" or 55" inch. I need to take the measuring tape out first. 😀 Pierre
  23. I just realized that with my current setup i have 4 monitors running at 1920x1080 HD. So according to your calculation my card is already pushing 8.29 megapixels per frame. So i should be ok by replacing all 4 sceens by 1 4K monitor or TV. Any special specs i should be looking for in a TV or monitor? Pierre
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