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BOE Debuts the World's First 600 Hz Gaming Notebook Display

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At the World Display Industry Conference in China, BOE showed off a range of upcoming products, ranging from various new TV displays, to a foldable OLED display for notebooks and a 600 Hz display for gaming notebooks. Not much is known about the 600 Hz display, but it's a 16-inch panel and it was shown off inside a notebook from an unknown vendor. BOE showed off a 500 Hz desktop display earlier this, but this is a step up from that. The foldable OLED laptop display measures 17.3-inches and is as such similar to products we've seen from Samsung.

Also on display at the event was a 34-inch Mini-LED gaming display with a 165 Hz refresh rate, a 1 ms response time and it's said to meet the DisplayHDR 1000 standard and should have a contrast ratio of 100,000:1. BOE calls its Mini-LED displays for α-MLED and the company also had an 86-inch TV display based on the same technology at the event. It's unknown if any of these displays will appear in consumer products outside of the Chinese market, although BOE laptop panels have been used in products sold globally.



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Straight-up garbage! Trusting any BOE's products, especially knowing that BOE WILL CHEAP OUT on ALL its agreed up on white-paper components/designs/specs, etc., secretly and lie later, well, you ~ do not ~ get what you've delusionally paid for. :slap:
 
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Man I have no idea who BOE are.
Samsung pulled out of LCD production, so the tier-one manufacturers left are AUO, CMO, LG-Display, and Sharp, right?
 
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Straight-up garbage! Trusting any BOE's products, especially knowing that BOE WILL CHEAP OUT on ALL its agreed up on white-paper components/designs/specs, etc., secretly and lie later, well, you ~ do not ~ get what you've delusionally paid for. :slap:

Man I have no idea who BOE are.
Samsung pulled out of LCD production, so the tier-one manufacturers left are AUO, CMO, LG-Display, and Sharp, right?
Beijing Oriental Electronics Group Co., Ltd
 
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way worse company than au optronoics, so why even bother trying to build performance displays here?
 
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Man I have no idea who BOE are.
Samsung pulled out of LCD production, so the tier-one manufacturers left are AUO, CMO, LG-Display, and Sharp, right?
Even LG seems to have started to wind down LCD manufacturing as they have large number of monitors built using BoE panels.
 

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lmao this is stupid as piss, you would be better off focusing on 240hz max and better cooling performance, for that matter, get rid of the fucking battery altogether and give max cooling. just because you have to plug it in when you go somewhere doesn't mean its still not portable.
 
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Anything below 1MHz is insulting to my eyes.
Those snail like monitor can stay in their box as far as I can see.
 
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I have to admit that displays north of 120Hz seem like they are beyond the point of diminishing returns in a laptop where the dGPU power is, itself, limited by anemic TDPs of laptop cooling.

100Hz is my personal sweet spot, at which fluidity of motion is good enough that 'd rather have better graphics, more detail, and higher resolution than more framerate. I'm currently rocking a 3070 @ 1440p and an RX 6700 at 1080p and 600fps is well out of reach for either system.
 
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I have to admit that displays north of 120Hz seem like they are beyond the point of diminishing returns in a laptop where the dGPU power is, itself, limited by anemic TDPs of laptop cooling.

100Hz is my personal sweet spot, at which fluidity of motion is good enough that 'd rather have better graphics, more detail, and higher resolution than more framerate. I'm currently rocking a 3070 @ 1440p and an RX 6700 at 1080p and 600fps is well out of reach for either system.
Framerates up to around 120 are achievable by modern CPUs without much fuss, but going above that requires strong memory systems.

Most laptops don't even let you overclock the RAM, so you're stuck running JEDEC poop-timings at JEDEC speeds.
Until the time they put Zen4 "x3d" processors in Lappytops, anything above 120 Hz is basically marketing flexing their Very Girthy Variable Refresh-rate Display Range, so hot!
 
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Sadly, a lot of modern T-series thinkpads come with BOE brand "IPS" displays.

Scoring 67% on NTSC color gamut on the Thinkpads historically excellent IPS display is just ... well bad. Fortunately there are upgrade options but it hurts me that the baseline config even exists.
 
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