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Topic # 226206 25-Dec-2017 12:04
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I know its been discussed before, but its seriously cheap now. Just how bad could it be for $699 as a secondary TV for gaming?

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  Reply # 1924958 25-Dec-2017 12:29
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Gaming and lag is what people whinge about on even good TVs... 

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  Reply # 1924962 25-Dec-2017 12:36
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Wish they made it a 42inch and used a better panel.

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  Reply # 1924997 25-Dec-2017 15:33
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So its literally rubbish for gaming?


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  Reply # 1925016 25-Dec-2017 17:24
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Take something along and plug it in.

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  Reply # 1951166 3-Feb-2018 15:37

What's it actually like as a TV?

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  Reply # 1951176 3-Feb-2018 16:20
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Gaming and lag is what people whinge about on even good TVs... 



Good tv;s have more processing in them so will be more likly to add lag, so they add gaming mode to turn all that stuff off. All the cheap TVs I have tried have been excelent for gaming other than from interlaced retro consoles where they all suck about the same as each other, only the old tube tv giving good results on those.;


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  Reply # 1951193 3-Feb-2018 17:50
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Hdmi 1.4 and spec says 50hz

Probably will only do 4k30fps

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