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What's the #2 pick for an endgame gaming TV?

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This is the primary video that convinced me to get an LGCX. However, if for some reason us LGCX owners decide we need to replace this TV for whatever reason, anybody know what is the next best thing other than buying a monitor? Big format gaming displays don't count in this inquiry of mine because they are too expensive for any sane person to get. Basically, I'm asking if there's any other tvs out there that can do 4k, 120 hz, and has gsynch. Not curious about vsynch because my gaming pc is intel. 




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I have an older LG OLED, but I guess we can put those in a family. If you weren't going LG related OLED (some others use the panels also), what else is there? I don't know the specific models, but I think Samsung have some interesting models. They might do better on HDR too. May it be many years before I have to look for a new TV.

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