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4k TV/Monitor

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I wanted to buy a 4k TV/Monitor (Especially since the next gen consoles are coming) and these two seems like a good option:
 
 
Since gaming will be one of the main uses, would the TV be suitable? I've read that TV's can have pretty bad input lag. These models look to be NZ/AUS only, so I can't seem to find reviews.

Acer Predator Helios 500

 

8th Gen Intel Core i7 8750H

Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 8GB (Mobile)

16GB DDR4 SDRAM

1TB Hard Drive

256 GB Solid State Drive

Processor Speed 2.20 GHz

Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11ac

Screen Resolution 1920 × 1080

Operating System: Windows 10 Home

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23 minutes ago, gravdestroyer said:
I wanted to buy a 4k TV/Monitor (Especially since the next gen consoles are coming) and these two seems like a good option:
 
 
Since gaming will be one of the main uses, would the TV be suitable? I've read that TV's can have pretty bad input lag. These models look to be NZ/AUS only, so I can't seem to find reviews.

What is your budget for a tv? The perfect tv for gaming would be this:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B083XNJWNJ?tag=rtings-tv-r-20&ie=UTF8 The starting price is 1.5k but it would be pretty worth it because of its low input lag, highrefresh rate, and very good color accuracy. Here is a detailed review about it. https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/cx-oled

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Doesn't OLED present a high chance of led burning because of static huds?

 

It'd personally just find a true 10 bit panel that can hit 1000nits. For me, HDR is a game changer on console.

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43 minutes ago, lefoouduroi said:

Doesn't OLED present a high chance of led burning because of static huds?

 

It'd personally just find a true 10 bit panel that can hit 1000nits. For me, HDR is a game changer on console.

I wouldn't go OLED for desktop/PC gaming for those reasons alone.  Burning is hit/miss, and certainly NOT guaranteed you won't experience it.  There's even "burn-in" prevention technology they like to advertise, but it's still a known problem with people.  Also, burn-in isn't covered under warranty.  That tells you how confident they are in their burn-in prevention technology.  Until they cover that under warranty, I don't believe any marketing pitch about burn-in prevention technology.

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