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About Stahlmann

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    Gaming, Tech, Drums, Home-Theater
  • Biography
    Really nothing special...
  • Occupation
    Selling stuff


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG B550-E Gaming
  • RAM
    4x8GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3600MHz CL16
  • GPU
    PNY RTX 3080 XLR8
  • Case
    Lian-Li O11 Dynamic
  • Storage
    500GB Corsair MP600 (System) + 2TB Sabrent Rocket Q (Storage)
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx 850W
  • Display(s)
    LG 27GN850-B + LG C9 OLED 55"
  • Cooling
    CPU/GPU: Alphacool Aurora Blocks

    Pump/Res: EK O11 DDC side distro plate

    Rads: 2x EK 360mm Rad

    Fans: 6x Noctua NF-A12x25
    + Phanteks Halos Lux RGB Frames
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915 + Corsair K63 Wireless (incl. Lapboard)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro wireless + Powerplay mouse pad
  • Sound
    DAC/AMP: FiiO K5 Pro

    Headphones: Beyerdynamic DT 990 Edition 600Ohm

    Micophone: Antlion ModMic
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

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  1. You just have to find the right games. Assasins Creed Odyssey and Valhalla, as well as Final Fantasy 15 look awesome in HDR.
  2. Thanks for the info! As the refresh was only announced at CES i'd guess it's still quite ways off. I don't really care about HDMI 2.1, as i only need a DP connection to my PC. Anything that needs HDMI 2.1 goes directly to my 2.1 capable TV. Yeah, finding stock is not that easy. Most sellers here in germany say it's back in stock in March
  3. I know it's pretty much the same as the 27gn850 in this regard. More like a 3-4ms experience. But still great overall.
  4. Hey there, i've been using a 27GN850-B for a while now and absolutely love it. But as i was lucky and actually got a 3080 in september i want to upgrade to a 4K panel now. I already have a 4K OLED TV for HDR games, but not every game is best played on a huge 55" TV for obvious reasons. So i've been thinking to replace my 1440p monitor with a 27GN950-B. As this is quite the investment (800€) i want to take in some opinions. I'm not playing any competitive games, but story based singleplayer games or slower multiplayer games. So i'm not looking for a high-refresh-rate montior to max
  5. Isn't it the one on the bottom of the list in my last post?
  6. Yes, it's supported. You can also have a look at Calman Home for LG - Consumer Software (portrait.com) Also yes. According to RTINGS.com it's supported: LG CX OLED Review (OLED48CXPUB, OLED55CXPUA, OLED65CXPUA, OLED77CXPUA) - RTINGS.com All in all the calibration process takes me around 20 minutes for 1 picture mode. It's very easy to do and portrait displays also has tutorial videos on youtube specifically for the LG C9. Basically i calibrated the following modes: For SDR content: "Game" mode for gaming "ISF Expert Dark" for
  7. My exact model is the OLED55C97LA. As for the firmware, i'll have to look up the number when i'm home later. It's the latest public firmware in germany. I can say for sure that it starts with 5.XXXXX. With the pre-3080 firmware on the TV my 3080 would not output a signal to the C9 at all. Just a black screen. After the firmware update on my TV it now works flawlessly at 4K 120Hz 12bit 4:4:4 HDR. No issues with G-Sync etc. It's all fixed now. Gaming mode WILL allow for BFI. But like i said, the flickering will be at 60Hz, so very noticeable on the C9. Idk about the 12
  8. C9 only doesn 60Hz BFI, CX does 120Hz BFI. That's what OP was asking about. Reviewers say to get the best color performance without calibration you need to set picture mode to "ISF Dark Mode" and color temperature to "Warm 2". This results in a ~5800K whitepoint, which is quite a bit warmer than the standard 6500K. I can confirm that being true with my own C9. The yellow-ish tint is only visible when displaying white. All the other colors look pretty natural. But after a professional calibration that won't matter as it will be calibrated to 6500K either way.
  9. These fixes are already out in the latest public firmware on C9 and CX series. My C9 works flawlessly with my 3080 now.
  10. I'd personally go for the C9, but then again i already have one They are 99% the same, but like you said the C9 has better peak brightness, which is the main thing that differs between them. The 48Gbit vs 40Gbit bandwidth HDMI 2.1 ports don't really matter, as both are 10bit panels and 40Gbit is enough to do 4K 120Hz 10bit 4:4:4 HDR. 120Hz BFI is not really useful imo, as OLED already has an extremely clear motion picture as it is. BFI only introduces distracting flicker on top of that. If you need BFI for a competitive advantage, you should be thinking ab
  11. You need something to compare to. An overexposed image made with a phone can make the best screens look bad. Just use it and see if it's distracting or not and then decide if you RMA or not.
  12. 144Hz is still a nice-to-have even when work is the main use case. I'd keep it when it was a gift. It's certainly a step up from your other monitor in every way. I also use my 27" 1440p monitor scaled to 125% because without scaling all the text gets so tiny.
  13. Afaik 1440p should still look better on a 4K panel than on a native 1440p panel when you let the screen do the scaling. So turning down the resolution is still a thing you can do. Idk if it's wildly different with TVs, but when i use 1440p on my 4K TV to get more FPS it almost looks as good as running the games at native 4K. Certainly better than 1440p.
  14. Lol you make it sound like the 27GN950 is not a good gaming monitor. It's as good as it gets. I'd just go with something cheaper as a 2nd montor. But on the other hand my OCD would probably lead me to buy a 2nd 27GN950 so i have matched panels
  15. What issue? You didn't even tell us what the problem is, only that you didn't OC anything. As for your RAM, just go into BIOS and enable XMP/DOCP. Otherwise it won't run at it's advertised speed. There is no risk involved by doing just this.