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    Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    65-inch, 4k, 120Hz, G-Sync, HDR, SHIELD packing TVs on the way from Acer, Asus, and HP.
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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Hoping to cash in before FreeSync becomes standard in TVs I guess. Shame about these pesky open standard getting in the way of profiteering.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    Hoping to cash in before FreeSync becomes standard in TVs I guess. Shame about these pesky open standard getting in the way of profiteering.
    This^^
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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Oooh I want one. I'd love a PC focused TV. The price is going to be vile though. I reckon £3000+

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Dread to think how much these will cost. Especially considering how expensive G-Sync monitors already are.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    Hoping to cash in before FreeSync becomes standard in TVs I guess. Shame about these pesky open standard getting in the way of profiteering.
    lol Freesync *yawn*

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    We all know what the 'F' in BFG(D) stands for and it isn't "format"...

    I'd love to say I want one, but considering that I have barely room for a 40" telly I'd be lying.

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Dread to think how much these will cost. Especially considering how expensive G-Sync monitors already are.
    Not only that, but think of the GPU horsepower needed to run these at their max specs.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    So it's a premium-priced TV that includes standard modern specs, with an nVidia Shield and G-Sync built in, and poorly tuned HDR (HDR is HDR, there is no "PC-tuned" HDR... PC should show the same as studio or it's not setup right).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaMoot View Post
    (HDR is HDR, there is no "PC-tuned" HDR... PC should show the same as studio or it's not setup right).
    Not strictly true - there are several different standards for HDR (HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby HDR to name three), but I agree that "PC tuned" is not one of them!
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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Not strictly true - there are several different standards for HDR (HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby HDR to name three), but I agree that "PC tuned" is not one of them!
    Not strictly true either. HDR is HDR, but there are several different and competing protocols. There's the base HDR10 protocol (implemented in pretty much every HDR capable device), which uses static meta data (i.e. one set of HDR meta data is retrieved at the beginning of the video and used as is throughout) and then there's Dolby Vision and HDR10+, which both use dynamic meta data (the HDR meta data could essentially change for every frame rendered). And then there's HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) which stores HDR meta data in a way so it can co-exist with SDR video. HLG is mainly intended for broadcast video.

    BTW, whichever HDR protocol is used it all essentially boils down to the tone-mapping process used to apply the data. So that's one way to screw up HDR royally, even if a given device supports more than one (or even a "special") HDR protocol.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    I thought all of the different HDR specs have now been defined by VESA?

    https://www.anandtech.com/show/12144...spec-and-tiers

    4 tiers essentially. Which cover the variances between the differing HDR manufacturers have been using.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    I look forward to having to reboot my TV as often as I have to reboot my Shield TV box :/

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    Oooh I want one. I'd love a PC focused TV. The price is going to be vile though. I reckon £3000+
    I think you are correct, it does sound like it'll be expensive.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    $100-200 can easily be hidden in a 65in+ TV.

    Let me know when freesync catches up, otherwise...yeah, still yawn. NV got it right. The best stuff in life isn't FREE

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    I hope this means a new version of shield TV is coming (10nm socs please, and TWO of them at ~100-200w total). Match Xbox scorpio etc.! I'm in then. Make it with a slot for a vid card later and I'll pay an extra $100 for it. Make it run windows too (like Qcom) and I'll up it another $50 & I'm happy to install it myself, just make the socs work with windows.

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    Re: Nvidia intros the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD)

    BFGD - sounds like something discovered in Doom. Are you sure the F stands for Format?
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