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65" Sony X950G Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV w/ HDR EXPIRED

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Amazon has 65" Sony X950G Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV w/ HDR (XBR65X950G) on sale for $1078 (price automatically drops when added to cart). Shipping is free. Thanks nanchilraja

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  • 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Motion Enhancement Tech: Motionflow XR 240
  • WiFi /w Bluetooth
  • VESA Mount: 300x300mm
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 3x USB
      • 1x Compositie Video
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Incredibly clear 4K HDR picture quality powered by the Picture Processor X1 Ultimate. This is the 2019 model. Pricing/availability valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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I feel like most games if not all games are not going to be able to utilize 4k 120 hz.
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Come on, get real!. Current gen consoles are suppose to do 4k@60Hz, and most AAA games are around 4K@30Hz. No way the next gen is doing 120Hz at 4K! I have a top of the line PC that can do about 60Hz 4K on most games, but not all. We won't be 4K@120Hz for at least 2-3 more years.

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Great deal. Canceling Costco 900h. Thank you
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Looks like a good TV for gaming, however, I'm holding out for something with HDMI 2.1
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Why this over the 900h from Costco?
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Why this over the 900h from Costco?
I was wondering the same thing.. here's the comparison on rtings: https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...eshold=0.1

Honestly, based on that comparison, I'd probably get the 950G over the 900H. It's far cheaper, has higher brightness, better reflection handling and eARC. Unless you really need VRR, HDMI 2.1, and slightly better input lag, they're pretty similar.
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TV noob here. This or Hisense H9G?
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Woo nice price, I love my 55" 950G. Beautiful picture, only snag I had was updated software and it broke the smart tv wifi. Next update fixed it though.
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This is a Great TV. But, I really believe, unless you are not a gamer, you will want the one (X900H) with VRR and HDMI 2.1. You would be missing out on 4K@120hz on the Next Gen Consoles and in a few months, you may regret not getting the latest TV.
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TV noob here. This or Hisense H9G?
I'm sure you'll get more opinions, but I like the Sony at this price point. I have been shopping for a TV for a few months now and finally pulled trigger on this one.
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This is a Great TV. But, I really believe, unless you are not a gamer, you will want the one (X900H) with VRR and HDMI 2.1. You would be missing out on 4K@120hz on the Next Gen Consoles and in a few months, you may regret not getting the latest TV.
Come on, get real!. Current gen consoles are suppose to do 4k@60Hz, and most AAA games are around 4K@30Hz. No way the next gen is doing 120Hz at 4K! I have a top of the line PC that can do about 60Hz 4K on most games, but not all. We won't be 4K@120Hz for at least 2-3 more years.
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Come on, get real!. Current gen consoles are suppose to do 4k@60Hz, and most AAA games are around 4K@30Hz. No way the next gen is doing 120Hz at 4K! I have a top of the line PC that can do about 60Hz 4K on most games, but not all. We won't be 4K@120Hz for at least 2-3 more years.
VRR is still helpful to remove screen tearing and keep games smooth. I don't care about FPS necessarily, but I am super sensitive to screen tearing. I need smooth 1440p / 60fps!
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TV noob here. This or Hisense H9G?
What are your use cases?
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What are your use cases?
Youtube, netflix and prolly some nintendo switch gaming. But mainly youtube
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I feel like most games if not all games are not going to be able to utilize 4k 120 hz.
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