LG has apparently found a way to boost OLED brightness by another 20%, up to 1200 nits

Steel22

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Is pushing up the brightness, going to increase the rate at which the organic component of OLED deteriorates?
Yes it will thay all ready have a poor profromance and the fact they suffer screen retention there bad for gaming there being marketed to gamers but u rely shouldn't get one for that get a QLED OR SOMETHING OLED won't be woth it untill they find way to stop screen retention its worse than plasma tvs
 

Hexenhammer

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Yes it will thay all ready have a poor profromance and the fact they suffer screen retention there bad for gaming there being marketed to gamers but u rely shouldn't get one for that get a QLED OR SOMETHING OLED won't be woth it untill they find way to stop screen retention its worse than plasma tvs
Everything you said is just wrong
 

Hexenhammer

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Postulation presented as fact, I fear.

Having owned plasma and OLED sets (neither of which suffered screen burn), the former was massively more prone to image retention.
There are Hardcore [like if it was politics or sports] OLED haters that invent crazy horror stories.

Im an OLED user since 2016, i would NEVER go back to LCD, not a chance.
And I been using 55inchg OLED TVs as My PC monitor, not a living room TV buy doing the thing these people are scared the most of.
My 2016 C6 was given to my parents as living room TV in 2019 when i got C9.
Yes it has Bunr-In, its first 4K OLED, Curved and the last model with 3D [it has amazing 3D]
But the Burn-In is only visible if you run a test pattern, so in my view if i cant see it during normal use it doesnt exist
 

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