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    VESA denies existence of DisplayHDR 2000 spec tier

    Advertising using this certification logo is "unapproved and deceptive," it asserts.
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    Re: VESA denies existence of DisplayHDR 2000 spec tier

    Everything about HDR is deceptive. It's just another reason to charge people MORE, for what they should just get anyway. Marketing... making stuff up to make companies money. Just make high quality monitors. There's no point in having 50 models. It's a waste of resources!

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    Re: VESA denies existence of DisplayHDR 2000 spec tier

    I must be using HDR wrong because when i enabled it everything looked awful, that was on a monitor that doesn't even reach HDR 400 specs and on the desktop.

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    Re: VESA denies existence of DisplayHDR 2000 spec tier

    Why would anyone want it, anyhow?
    Imagine you are watching some dark scene (as we know expensive films aim to have 80% of the screen almost totally black) and suddenly this flash comes in at 2000 candela to blind you.
    Don't see the appeal.

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    Re: VESA denies existence of DisplayHDR 2000 spec tier

    When done correctly HDR can look amazing in games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Horizon Zero Dawn, Spider-Man, Hitman or Shadow of the Tomb Raider for example. For story driven games and movies it can be appealing but for fast paced shooters it can be hit and miss but nonetheless a welcome addition to newer monitors that are adding HDR 1000 plus. I expect it to be the norm if I'm spending almost £1000 on a monitor and most TV's have it already in the same price bracket but it depends on what you want I guess

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