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Problem with IPS is they have terrible contrast. People will pick out the screen with the best contrast as being the better looking screen every time. IPS are good at what they're good at and terrible at what they're bad at. Most overrated display type there is. TV reviews shoot IPS screens down quickly. For some reason they're the current go to on monitors. They need to start making gaming monitors rear-lit VA until OLED becomes more affordable.

But I rather have IPS glow than the motion blur issues VA panels have. While IPS might have terrible contrast actually their brightness help you more while gaming vs the "darkness" of most TVs out there. I can see more details with my IPS monitor than when gaming with my 4K TV.
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I'll say for the last time, there is no 4k TV that does 120hz in 4k or 1080p.
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I've had a wonderful gaming experience on my 60" Sharp Aquos 4k LC-60UD27U. The PC mode has minimal input lag, it does 60 Hz 4:4:4, looks great for movies and games. It's a very nice VA panel. It definitely wouldn't cut it as a competitive FPS screen for extremely skilled FPS players, but I'm just average and so it does just fine for my CS:GO and BF4 etc gaming.

Definitely recommend two 980 Ti cards for 4k, or wait for Pascal. 4k is not yet a great experience on a single card.
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I'll say for the last time, there is no 4k TV that does 120hz in 4k or 1080p.

RTINGS shows that the Vizio M60 does 1080P 120hz, not at 4:4:4 but they confirm it does work.
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/vizio/m-series-2015

60" PC monitor would be overkill I am sure.
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60" PC monitor would be overkill I am sure.

It's an amazing experience as long as you have a way to sit at least two feet away from the screen
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Check out the korean monitors on fleabay. The input lag on them is comparable to most monitors out there while having dp1.2, 4:4:4, 60Hz, and none of the frills that smart TVs have. They're essentially "dumb" tvs.

Ones that come to mind are the Wasabi Mango and Crossover monitors. I believe the 40" versions are VA while the others are IPS.
post #27 of 42
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Check out the korean monitors on fleabay. The input lag on them is comparable to most monitors out there while having dp1.2, 4:4:4, 60Hz, and none of the frills that smart TVs have. They're essentially "dumb" tvs.

Ones that come to mind are the Wasabi Mango and Crossover monitors. I believe the 40" versions are VA while the others are IPS.
I love my UHD325. Its 4k 32" I believe. Only 60hz, but I knew that coming into it. Had a BenQ xl2720z before, and I do miss the fluid motion, but the colors and resolution are amazing. Once 4k gsync and 120hz+ are a reality below 1k in an approx 30", I'll buy another monitor.

I don't know how to objectively test input lag. But I do notice a difference in a FPS with vsync on vs off.

*edit* just realized the OP was specifying 55-65", I'm not sure on that note. I have a 4K LG TV and it is really nice for videos, but I cannot try out gaming since its in the living room on another floor from my PC. I wouldn't mind trying out game streaming, but can't bring myself to buying a box just to try.
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post #28 of 42
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I love my UHD325. Its 4k 32" I believe. Only 60hz, but I knew that coming into it. Had a BenQ xl2720z before, and I do miss the fluid motion, but the colors and resolution are amazing. Once 4k gsync and 120hz+ are a reality below 1k in an approx 30", I'll buy another monitor.

I don't know how to objectively test input lag. But I do notice a difference in a FPS with vsync on vs off.

Sorry to bomb Benny89's thread, but this is something that I just have to ask. How are you liking it? I'm considering moving up to one of the 55"+ korean monitors, but I'm hypnotized by the smoothness of my xl2720z. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated thumb.gif
post #29 of 42
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But I rather have IPS glow than the motion blur issues VA panels have. While IPS might have terrible contrast actually their brightness help you more while gaming vs the "darkness" of most TVs out there. I can see more details with my IPS monitor than when gaming with my 4K TV.

That IPS glow just gets to me. IPS glow and light bleed are things I just can't overlook.

I'm going to keep the TV around for games where I want immersion. I'll keep my gaming monitor around for when I play something more twitch.

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RTINGS shows that the Vizio M60 does 1080P 120hz, not at 4:4:4 but they confirm it does work.
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/vizio/m-series-2015

60" PC monitor would be overkill I am sure.

I think he's buying a main TV with his wife that he will also game on.
     
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post #30 of 42
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I'll say for the last time, there is no 4k TV that does 120hz in 4k or 1080p.

Your'e right, I was thinking of this:

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Originally Posted by DooLocsta View Post

RTINGS shows that the Vizio M60 does 1080P 120hz, not at 4:4:4 but they confirm it does work.
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/vizio/m-series-2015

So 4k is scaled to 1080p. Surprisingly it's not their first recommendation for gaming due to the blur (even though 120hz halves it).
If not for that I'd be looking at one now.
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