Every since the announcement of the new G9s I am contemplating on purchasing one of them. Those are the two options if you are not familiar with them:
49" 1440p OLED:
57" 2160p Mini-LED:
As you can see, both are 32:9 but I’m not sure which one I should pick. I have heard great things about OLED when it comes to colour accuracy, but also negative things like burn-in. Although, nowadays this appears to be less of an issue than it was a few years ago.
The 2160p has a massive resolution, but it “only” uses Mini-LED which does not have the accuracy, but can get brighter and also does not suffer from burn-in.
That being said, the a GPU which is able to handle 2 4k screens at once (which is basically what the 57" is) does not exist yet. Thus, I would rely on DLSS + Frame Generation or FSR to play games at decent FPS. However, I know that DLSS running at 960p and upscaled to 5120x1440p looks acceptable, so I argue I could just use DLSSTweaks and run DLSS at 960p render resolution, but upscale it to 7680x2160. The picture quality should roughly be the same, right?
Do you have any recommendation or input to help me chose one or the other? I mainly use this monitor for gaming, so just consider it as a 100% gaming monitor.
Furthermore, I know not all games support DLSS but those that do not also do no interest me at the moment and I don’t mind coming back to those games in a few years with a new GPU that is able to handle them at 7680x2160p.
Additionally, I do not have a window behind my desk but on the left side and to the front, but I can use curtains if I so desire. (I would prefer having the curtains on the sides though.)
Finally, I am not a high FPS gamer, as I consider everything at around 50 FPS to be smooth enough for my purposes and I cap most games at 50 or 60 FPS. (Unless I am using FG, but I do not want to get into this topic now^^)
Anyway, thanks for your help in advance