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Old 14-09-2019, 04:26 PM   #15
LiLAsN
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And yet, more OLED televisions will be supporting 4K 120Hz gaming with VRR by 2020. Especially since LG C9 series already supports it right now and is available now.

The BFGD monitors are becoming irrelevant more than ever and with a price tag more disgusting than just straight up buying a 65" OLED TV by even Panasonic, Sony or Philips that can also support the same features (again, by 2020 hopefully) except for the 24Hz extra Overclocking to 144Hz, it just makes no sense.

Heck, buying a Samsung QLED TV will be a cheaper alternative than this. But again, probably only their 2020 series can support 4K 120Hz.

Will it also come with a caveat like the huge annoying fan stuck to its back like the 4K G-Sync Ultimate monitors by Asus and Acer?

Then again, TVs are better than this.

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