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  • Shigeruken - November 26, 2014 4:39 a.m.

    This article would be a little more useful if you included response time in all of your comparisons, it's one of the most important specs. Also, when framerate is far below the refresh rate of your screen, it can make them look like a 90's daytime soap opera. If a game is running at 30fps, a 120hz screen is refreshing 4 time per frame, so they usually interpolate frames to make up for it. It's one of the most terrifying things a gamer can experience.
  • UFAlien - November 22, 2014 2:55 p.m.

    Pssssst: 4K TVs "only" have 3,840 lines of vertical resolution. Also, that's versus 1,920, not 1,080. 1080p is a measurement of vertical resolution. 4K has 2,160 lines of vertical resolution. Of course, unless you have a monster PC rig to hook up to that TV, you're not going to be doing any gaming in 4K anyway, and the TV will need to upscale the image which can actually introduce artifacts and make the picture worse and definitely lowers response times. And 4K video content is super-limited for now, as well.
  • sharlinda-yusof - November 20, 2014 11:08 p.m.

    this is the worst and stupidest article ever. EVER.
  • Sjoeki - November 20, 2014 1:27 p.m.

    One thing i would also do is check how many hd ports the tv you want has. I have a ps3 a ps4 and an hdtv box, and a tv that only has 2 hdmi ports. Bought a hdmi switch, my tv doesn't support it so I have to switch cables. It's not the end of the world, but if you it's something to keep in mind.