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Is there a video card for OLED?

TOT111

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I have an OLED TV screen

and I have to say that watching through a computer is not really good
1. Web + YouTube The images do not always look good

maybe UPSCALE in OLED is bad?
maybe because OLED works on WRGB rather than RGB?
 

nathanddrews

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What graphics card are you using?
Which OLED are you using?
What are resolution and color output mode are you using?
 

TOT111

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What graphics card are you using?
Which OLED are you using?
What are resolution and color output mode are you using?
I have a strong and good video card
I'm looking for someone who has an OLED and knows what I'm writing about
It's not a guessing question .
 

daveybrat

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I have a strong and good video card
I'm looking for someone who has an OLED and knows what I'm writing about
It's not a guessing question .
How do you expect us to help you if you can't even give us the model of your TV and your video card? Without those we're just guessing.
 
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TOT111

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How do you expect us to help you if you can't even give us the model of your TV and your video card? Without those we're just guessing.
this is a question that concerns only OLED screens
you do not have OLED and you can not help me .

( Tell me to buy all the video cards in the store, it's easy, not worth to me )
for those who do not OLED can not understand the problems and can not help
believe me I tried, it was a failure .
( read nonsense of people in Google And bring their answers to the forum
also I can )
 

ViRGE

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No, there are no video cards specifically for OLED displays. Nor does there need to be. The (I'm guessing LG) TV you're using is designed to take the same RGB and YCbCr color spaces at the same bit depths and over the same HDMI connection as any other TV.

Interpreting the signal is the job of the TV, and this is likely where the problem lies. The video card merely delivers everything, and short of using the wrong format (e.g. 4:2:0 chroma), there's not much that's controlled on its end.
 
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