- May 7, 2019
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|System Name||MrGRiMv25 MkIV|
|Processor||Xeon W3680 @ 3.73Ghz (133x28)|
|Motherboard||HP Z400 Rev 2|
|Memory||3 x 4GB DDR3-1600|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire RX570 Nitro+|
|Storage||240GB WD SSD, 6 x 2TB HDD|
|Display(s)||27" iiyama XB2783HSU AMVA+|
|Case||AeroCoool Aero 500 RGB|
|Power Supply||HP 600w Bronze|
Thank for input, so there are long way to ermerge between monitor & Tv
There's definitely some major diferences between monitors and TV's, some of the features are shared though, like HDR and higher refresh rates. Mainly though, TV's have way worse input lag than the vast majority of monitors due to some of the signal processing they do.
AFAIK TV's that advertise high refresh rates don't compare to a monitor advertising the same refresh rate. 120/240hz on a monitor is true 120/240hz whereas TV's tend to achieve it by "cheating" so to speak. I'm not 100% clued up on it but from what I've read that seems to be how things are at the moment.
***If I'm wrong about how TV's achieve high refresh rates please enlighten me as I'd rather be set right if I'm putting out wrong info.