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Is there anyone who has this TV and can offer their thoughts?


Howard
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Is there anyone who has this TV and can offer their thoughts?

Can anyone tell me if there is anything in particular I should be looking for in a 4K TV


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To be honest for the money I am not sure if curved is really worth it. I got a regular 4k 40" Samsung 6300 last month for $330 shipped. I love it. It took a few days to get used to it, but I would never go back to a smaller monitor again.

 

Here is a link to a good website about 4k TVs for PCs.

 

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-usage/pc-monitor/best


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To be honest for the money I am not sure if curved is really worth it. I got a regular 4k 40" Samsung 6300 last month for $330 shipped. I love it. It took a few days to get used to it, but I would never go back to a smaller monitor again.

 

Here is a link to a good website about 4k TVs for PCs.

 

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-usage/pc-monitor/best

Ah, thanks for the link. Interesting.


Howard
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I got a 4K 60" Samsung 120htz and I'm still totally in awe over it. Well worth the money


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I got a 4K 60" Samsung 120htz and I'm still totally in awe over it. Well worth the money

Wow. So with a 120htz TV, does that mean there is no need for Vsync?


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Is there anyone who has this TV and can offer their thoughts?

 

I have the 65" version of the same TV... but I use it as TV not as a monitor for my sim. I love it! The best 980$ I have spent!

 

I am usually not a TV watcher,.... but have been sitting in front of this TV since I bought it a month ago. Watch a lot of You tube on it.


Manny

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Well Prepared runs beautiful on my tv especially when I put it in gaming mode

Oh and by the way way Manny I love Sim Starter, especially for rearranging my sceneries it's an awesome tool


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