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Just switched to a newer tv and the gameplay is so different! Cant make solid contact, and my timing all messed up!

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Have you put it in game mode yet?

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This is what made me order a monitor today.

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Game mode op

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@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

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I put in game mode, anything else I can adjust?

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@garj1025 said in New TV:

I put in game mode, anything else I can adjust?

What TV is it? do you have make and model number?

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Sony bravia couple of years old but went from an older 65 inch sony to this 46. Cant square up anything and late on swings!

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@slipkid69 said in New TV:

@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

That’s totally false. Not even the most expensive OLED tv’s can boast 5-10 ms response times.

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@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@slipkid69 said in New TV:

@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

That’s totally false. Not even the most expensive OLED tv’s can boast 5-10 ms response times.

Actually they can, yet another uninformed statement from you.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

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@raesONE said in New TV:

@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@slipkid69 said in New TV:

@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

That’s totally false. Not even the most expensive OLED tv’s can boast 5-10 ms response times.

Actually they can, yet another uninformed statement from you.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

14 ms is not fast enough for this game so no you’re wrong and now I’m blocking you.

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@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@raesONE said in New TV:

@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@slipkid69 said in New TV:

@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

That’s totally false. Not even the most expensive OLED tv’s can boast 5-10 ms response times.

Actually they can, yet another uninformed statement from you.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

14 ms is not fast enough for this game so no you’re wrong and now I’m blocking you.

You can block me, that's fine. It already became clear to me a few days ago that you don't like people who contradict you with facts. That's fine too.

Let me break it down for the people who do care about facts:

There is a difference between response time and input lag. Response time is a marketing gimmick used by manufacturers that resembles how fast a pixel can change color. It is not to be confused with input lag, the phenomenon that actually matters.

You spoke about response time, but I'm sure you meant input lag. Monitors have 1ms response time, not 5-10ms like you said. That's where you made your first mistake.

Secondly, some of the fastest BenQ monitors have a 1 ms response time, but the actual input lag sits at an average of 7-15 ms. You can see that here, where it has been scientifically tested:
https://displaylag.com/benq-rl2755hm-gaming-monitor-review/

Since a PS4 Pro plays on 1080p 60HZ, the TV I just mentioned has an input lag that sits at an average of 13ms (again, scientifically tested) which you find in the review when you scroll down to the Input Lag section.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

That's identical to the BenQ monitor I just mentioned and that concludes that you were in fact wrong about your statement. Again.

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@raesONE said in New TV:

@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@raesONE said in New TV:

@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@slipkid69 said in New TV:

@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

That’s totally false. Not even the most expensive OLED tv’s can boast 5-10 ms response times.

Actually they can, yet another uninformed statement from you.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

14 ms is not fast enough for this game so no you’re wrong and now I’m blocking you.

You can block me, that's fine. It already became clear to me a few days ago that you don't like people who contradict you with facts. That's fine too.

Let me break it down for the people who do care about facts:

There is a difference between response time and input lag. Response time is a marketing gimmick used by manufacturers that resembles how fast a pixel can change color. It is not to be confused with input lag, the phenomenon that actually matters.

You spoke about response time, but I'm sure you meant input lag. Monitors have 1ms response time, not 5-10ms like you said. That's where you made your first mistake.

Secondly, some of the fastest BenQ monitors have a 1 ms response time, but the actual input lag sits at an average of 7-15 ms. You can see that here, where it has been scientifically tested:
https://displaylag.com/benq-rl2755hm-gaming-monitor-review/

Since a PS4 Pro plays on 1080p 60HZ, the TV I just mentioned has an input lag that's sits at an average of 13ms (again, scientifically tested) which you find in the review when you scroll down to the Input Lag section.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

That's identical to the BenQ monitor I just mentioned and that concludes that you were in fact wrong about your statement. Again.

I was planning on getting a gaming monitor but then I saw on reddit that people are using regular computer monitors and just getting the adaptor. I have 4 monitors currently so how do I find out if the ones I have are gonna be an upgrade?

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@Speedy44 said in New TV:

@raesONE said in New TV:

@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@raesONE said in New TV:

@KILLERPRESENCE4 said in New TV:

@slipkid69 said in New TV:

@ArmyND said in New TV:

This is what made me order a monitor today.

New tv’s have specs very close if not equal to a monitor. No need if you don’t want to.

That’s totally false. Not even the most expensive OLED tv’s can boast 5-10 ms response times.

Actually they can, yet another uninformed statement from you.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

14 ms is not fast enough for this game so no you’re wrong and now I’m blocking you.

You can block me, that's fine. It already became clear to me a few days ago that you don't like people who contradict you with facts. That's fine too.

Let me break it down for the people who do care about facts:

There is a difference between response time and input lag. Response time is a marketing gimmick used by manufacturers that resembles how fast a pixel can change color. It is not to be confused with input lag, the phenomenon that actually matters.

You spoke about response time, but I'm sure you meant input lag. Monitors have 1ms response time, not 5-10ms like you said. That's where you made your first mistake.

Secondly, some of the fastest BenQ monitors have a 1 ms response time, but the actual input lag sits at an average of 7-15 ms. You can see that here, where it has been scientifically tested:
https://displaylag.com/benq-rl2755hm-gaming-monitor-review/

Since a PS4 Pro plays on 1080p 60HZ, the TV I just mentioned has an input lag that's sits at an average of 13ms (again, scientifically tested) which you find in the review when you scroll down to the Input Lag section.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled

That's identical to the BenQ monitor I just mentioned and that concludes that you were in fact wrong about your statement. Again.

I was planning on getting a gaming monitor but then I saw on reddit that people are using regular computer monitors and just getting the adaptor. I have 4 monitors currently so how do I find out if the ones I have are gonna be an upgrade?

I have no experience using CRT monitors in this fashion, so I can't answer that question for you unfortunately. Maybe ask around on the Reddit thread?

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I bought the monitor 49 inch samsung chg90 but im not sure i like it.

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@Malikeve said in New TV:

I bought the monitor 49 inch samsung chg90 but im not sure i like it.

A 49 inch monitor seems like with that size it would defeat some of the purpose? but im no expert here

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@Speedy44 said in New TV:

@Malikeve said in New TV:

I bought the monitor 49 inch samsung chg90 but im not sure i like it.

A 49 inch monitor seems like with that size it would defeat some of the purpose? but im no expert here

I wouldn't recommend that lol. 24" or 27" is perfect for console gaming, some like 32" but I definitely do not.

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@raesONE said in New TV:

@Speedy44 said in New TV:

@Malikeve said in New TV:

I bought the monitor 49 inch samsung chg90 but im not sure i like it.

A 49 inch monitor seems like with that size it would defeat some of the purpose? but im no expert here

I wouldn't recommend that lol. 24" or 27" is perfect for console gaming, some like 32" but I definitely do not.

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Yeah but i can play 27 inch alsi 32 with that monitor 🙂

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@Malikeve said in New TV:

Yeah but i can play 27 inch alsi 32 with that monitor 🙂

As long as you're happy with it, that's what matters most.