I would love for a review on the LG 45GR95QE-B to compare to this 45" Corsair Xeneon Flex. It would be interesting to see if, like ASUS with the 27" version, Corsair have made changes to the LG's image characteristics / performance compared to the original LG version.
According to another website's review, the LG version only has 658-675 nits @ 2% window in HDR while. While, according to Techspot's review, the Corsair has over 788 nits (2% window, HDR) - that's over 100 nits more for what's supposed to be the exact same panel.
On the other hand, the other website listed the LG's version as around 203 nits @ 100% window, SDR, while Techspot's review of the Corsair listed only around 130 nits 100% window SDR. Both, I'm assuming, were using the more colour accurate version setting - "Gamer 1" for the LG, "Standard" for the Corsair - so I don't understand the massive difference. The LG's recent firmware apparently only increases max SDR 100% window brightness by around 10 nits or so, so I don't think it's related to the firmware.
I believe both websites' reviews tested with the most recent firmware so are these differences down to Corsair's implementation of the panel VS LG's or just from different test equipment? Or?... We need the same website to test both, the LG 45GR95QE-B and it's Corsair version (45" Xeneon Flex OLED) - and soon it's Acer version, the Predator X45 - with their latest firmwares so we can see what the true image quality/performance differences are.
Aside from being interesting and curious, these tests are important for potential buyers.