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TV for PS5

Good day. I’m looking for good tv for my ps5 without spending too much. I’ve found
these models at my local store:

Sony X85DJ or TCL 55C725

Which is better? 

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The Sony will be much brighter and have better contrast. I'd lean towards that.

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On 5/21/2022 at 2:29 AM, CreepingDeath said:

Good day. I’m looking for good tv for my ps5 without spending too much. I’ve found
these models at my local store:

Sony X85DJ or TCL 55C725

Which is better? 

I'd save a bit and buy a NEO QLED from Samsung. Mini led and good brightness levels will make a massive difference for HDR content, which is heavily supported by PS5 titles.

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I broke my telly recently so need a new one mainly for ps5. 

 

Is it worth the considerable extra cash to get a 120hz one? 

 

Few hundred quid for a 4k 60hz  at least double for a 120hz. Wonder if any ps5 owners have noticed a difference? 

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23 hours ago, irishbeast said:

I broke my telly recently so need a new one mainly for ps5. 

 

Is it worth the considerable extra cash to get a 120hz one? 

 

Few hundred quid for a 4k 60hz  at least double for a 120hz. Wonder if any ps5 owners have noticed a difference? 

I have an LG CX 55" to use with my PS5 and I wholeheartedly recommend LG's OLEDs if it fits your budget.

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22 minutes ago, Deeya said:

I have an LG CX 55" to use with my PS5 and I wholeheartedly recommend LG's OLEDs if it fits your budget.

Have you got a link as it seems theres a lot or variations of that tv.

 

This one looks like it would do the job, Within budget and has the 120hz refresh. Although at the moment it seems a bit silly considering there are so few native ps5 titles. Still at least it will be future proof (for a year or two anyway!).

 

Its nanocell though and have no idea what that means

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-55NANO866PA-processor-Assistant-compatible/dp/B08X3PB11X/ref=sr_1_3?adgrpid=105088604796&gclid=CjwKCAjwtIaVBhBkEiwAsr7-c4JyvY6-SQp8uguWxMaKyTZBJs2ytqhMysxbGktCobuNE_ijk25lOBoCb3gQAvD_BwE&hvadid=592914826932&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9046492&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=8798021630576166651&hvtargid=kwd-898628673833&hydadcr=16336_2171809&keywords=oled55cx&qid=1654799849&sr=8-3

 

 

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This one also. Its the same size as the broken one too!!

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-OLED48A16LA-processor-SELF-LIT-Assistant/dp/B08X3Q347D/ref=sr_1_2?crid=11EKTP0QPQQTR&keywords=oled+lg&qid=1654800138&sprefix=oled+lg%2Caps%2C73&sr=8-2

 

Price is not too bad. Think I am gonna be gaming on my ps5 now rather than pc since amazon lost my 3080! Still have a 5700xt which will do the job. I just want to go back to the simplicity of a console that plugs into a tv and plays games! 

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Actually the one above is only 60Hz

 

Don't want to send £1000 on a tv, even though money is not a massive problem I have wasted a fortune these past 12-18 months attempting crypto mining which was basically a disaster from start to finish so trying to recoup some losses before spending another thousand quid on technology!

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Take a look at rtings PS5 section.

 

They have pretty in depth reviews. I would definitely go with one that would be on their list.

 

You're sure to find one within your budget.

 

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/best/ps5

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On 6/8/2022 at 9:20 PM, irishbeast said:

Is it worth the considerable extra cash to get a 120hz one? 

 

Few hundred quid for a 4k 60hz  at least double for a 120hz. Wonder if any ps5 owners have noticed a difference? 

With a 120Hz TV you can use the 40fps mode that some PS5 games will have, though the only one I know that currently has it is Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. Horizon Forbidden West should also get a 40fps mode in a future patch. Basically in 40fps mode you get the same graphical fidelity as in 30fps but at a higher fps. I've got an LG CX which is 120Hz and while an extra 10fps might not sound like much it actually makes a big difference, it's of course not as fluid as 60fps but much better than 30fps. Why you need a 120Hz TV for 40 fps is that in that mode the console sends a frame to the TV every third refresh, so 120/3 = 40.

 

Here's Digital Foundry's video on the subject:

 

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Not watched the video but surely 40fps is pretty terrible these days unless I am missing something!

 

Why would a ps5 game have such a low frame rate? I am clearly missing something. 40fps on a 120hz display is pointless surely?

 

Confused.com

 

 

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Originally Ratchet & Clank had three graphics modes: 

 

Performance: 60fps, no raytracing, 1620p - 1800p resolution

Performance RT: 60fps, raytracing, 1080p - 1440p resolution

Fidelity: 30fps, raytracing, 1800p - 2160p resolution

 

The 40fps mode increases the frame rate of the Fidelity mode so you get the best possible graphics at a higher frame rate and also reduced input latency. But like I said, that requires a 120Hz TV.

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22 hours ago, JR1911 said:

Originally Ratchet & Clank had three graphics modes: 

 

Performance: 60fps, no raytracing, 1620p - 1800p resolution

Performance RT: 60fps, raytracing, 1080p - 1440p resolution

Fidelity: 30fps, raytracing, 1800p - 2160p resolution

 

The 40fps mode increases the frame rate of the Fidelity mode so you get the best possible graphics at a higher frame rate and also reduced input latency. But like I said, that requires a 120Hz TV.

Interesting.

 

I have ordered the telly above so hopefully will be a good experience. Price was quite reasonable for the spec I think. 120Hz seems a no brainer really if buying new these days. I imagine there won't be many 60 Hz displays around in 3/4 years but I could be wrong. 

 

Been quite impressed with the ps5 visually but only had it on a QHD 165Hz and a 4k 60Hz both of which are pretty good. So expecting this to have the best of both worlds. All I need Sony is for developers to make some ps5 native games! Instead of filling the subscriptions with ps4 games, or older. Is I wanted a load of ps4 games, I would have bought a ps4 and saved £300!

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