Hey fellow OCCers whats the happs? Time for a monitor upgrade. I have been looking on the web and getting mixed results on a good gaming tv. Is anybody using a 40" tv that has good gaming results? I wanna run 4k resolution. I believe I have enough power to. All input and suggestions welcomed. Many thanks to all you have been real helpful.
Any good gaming TVs?
Posted 10 May 2017 - 04:24 AM
Posted 10 May 2017 - 07:52 AM
I can't really say any TV is a good for gaming compared to a monitor. Most TVs have anywhere form 30ms to 120ms input lag. The bigger it is, the higher the input lag.
A lot of those TVs have a "game mode" which turns off HDR and other features. That just turns the TV into a generic brand but drops the input lag all the way down to 17-30 (depending on the brand).
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Posted 11 May 2017 - 01:23 AM
Samsung's Q7F QLED 4K panels are the best I'v seen. http://www.rtings.co...g/q7f?uxtv=a3d8
Now they are even better with Q8C QLED curved panels. http://www.samsung.c...-qn55q8camfxza/
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Posted 11 May 2017 - 10:19 AM
An Acer Predater 34" is only about #1200
Posted 25 August 2017 - 10:57 AM
I know this post is a little old
but saying there are no good gaming TVs is ridiculous
just so you know, most high end TVs support HDR10
maybe 1% of monitors do, I can't think of one under 500$ which 90% of monitors cost less than
what it comes down to, how far away from the TV do you want to sit?
and do you want to limit your self to 60 FPS?
I don't recommend you put a 40" TV on your computer desk,, bro - go ULTRAWIDE
some new 38" ultrawides came out and are pretty cool
if you want a 4K monitor, just get a 32", but again, it won't have HDR
Edited by potatochobit, 25 August 2017 - 09:02 PM.