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65" Samsung UN65RU8000 4K UHD Smart TV (2019 Model) EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 65" Samsung UN65RU8000 4K UHD Smart TV (2019 Model) on sale for $599.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where available. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Motion Rate: 240
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG Support
  • FreeSync Variable Refresh Rate
  • Bixby, Google Assistant, Alexa Support
  • Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 2x USB
      • Ethernet
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65" Samsung UN65RU8000FXZA 8 Series 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV $599.99
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Did anyone mount this to wall? Did you install using the included spacers? It just seems odd to me ... any tips would be apprecited. I just took down a 50" plasma, so using the same mount - its desigend for up to 75"
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As for your PC, thats pretty light weight and alone may struggle with 4K60 content. TV/Cable only broadcasts at 1080p at the highest, and all TV and Movie content is 24FPS, so its not even close. As for the 120hz refresh rate, thats only going to be useful for PC gaming, and youre going to need a beefy PC to pull it off with fairly modern games even at 1080p. I have n RTX2080 which does 120FPS just fine even at max settings for most game, but my processor which is a 4790k and pretty old at this point struggles to keep up. It simply cant process and send the data to the graphics card fast enough at max settings to keep a completely smooth 120FPS, though lowering the settings achieves this, but its just not doable on a mini PC.
Thanks for the reply TR. I finally have the TV setup with my PC and ancient, but beloved, PS3. I am very pleased with the TV so far. However, I'm not sure that I'm getting the 4K HDR experience. If I have a PC with i7, Intel 630 graphics, 16gb ram and I have 4K HDR movies, will it show on my TV? To test this, I have a copy of Independence Day in 1080P and 4K HDR on my computer. I turned on the Input Signal Plus for the HDMI port that is connected to my computer and this is supposed to make sure that HDR is on. I played both of them and couldn't really tell much of a difference? Should I be blown away by the difference, or is it pretty minor? I even bought a 8K HDMI cable just to be sure that I get the best picture.

Anyone have any thoughts?? TIA!
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Did anyone mount this to wall? Did you install using the included spacers? It just seems odd to me ... any tips would be apprecited. I just took down a 50" plasma, so using the same mount - its desigend for up to 75"
Yes, it felt weird using them, but the back of the tv is not flat, so it made sense once I attached the mount. You will want to use the M8 45 screws. Fit perfectly.
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Yes, it felt weird using them, but the back of the tv is not flat, so it made sense once I attached the mount. You will want to use the M8 45 screws. Fit perfectly.
Yep. I did it. Lowe's has the screws. The TV is awesome

Very happy with it. Thx SD
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Thanks for the reply TR. I finally have the TV setup with my PC and ancient, but beloved, PS3. I am very pleased with the TV so far. However, I'm not sure that I'm getting the 4K HDR experience. If I have a PC with i7, Intel 630 graphics, 16gb ram and I have 4K HDR movies, will it show on my TV? To test this, I have a copy of Independence Day in 1080P and 4K HDR on my computer. I turned on the Input Signal Plus for the HDMI port that is connected to my computer and this is supposed to make sure that HDR is on. I played both of them and couldn't really tell much of a difference? Should I be blown away by the difference, or is it pretty minor? I even bought a 8K HDMI cable just to be sure that I get the best picture.

Anyone have any thoughts?? TIA!
FYI, I just saw this post--
https://www.reddit.com/r/HTBuying...ng_ru8000/

I'm a newb to this stuff, so ignorance is bliss I guess. But what do the TV experts think about the Reddit post?
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