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Still waiting for U8G 65 to fall below $999. Was able to get the U7G 65 at Best Buy at $799 with a $200 gift card few days back. But now the gift card option is not there.
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Still waiting for U8G 65 to fall below $999. Was able to get the U7G 65 at Best Buy at $799 with a $200 gift card few days back. But now the gift card option is not there.
Hopefully that comes back, sounds like a solid deal!
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I'm in the market for a 65"-75" large screen TV since my old 43" Vizio is about to shit the bed so I had this one on my short list but barely a better deal than what I saw listed on Amazon the last few days (or is this that same deal?). I'll basically be using the new big screen television as a monitor to hook up to my AVR which in turn is connected to my i9 Windows desktop's GTX 1070 video card.

However, I want a better upgrade path and this Hisense model is not designed for true 4K/120Hz with PCs because its MediaTek processor is weak and can't handle 4-4-4 chroma at 4K @ 120HZ. What this means is that if you try to use it with a modern video card that fully supports 4K/120Hz and use those resolutions you'll only get half of the 4K's 2160p vertical resolution (1080p) which results in blurry desktop text at 4K. For the average user though who only wants to watch TV or game, it probably won't be noticeable.

But I'll be getting a RTX 3060Ti card and want that true 3840 × 2160 4K @ 120 Hz. So I'll probably spend the $300-$400 more for the Sony X90J Bravia (which can handle true 4K @120 Hz with PCs) when it's on sale.
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Quote from Orlando567 :
Still waiting for U8G 65 to fall below $999. Was able to get the U7G 65 at Best Buy at $799 with a $200 gift card few days back. But now the gift card option is not there.
I just bought it for $999. I had to price match to get it, but Best Buy has it back at that price now.

It's pretty awesome, but man be prepared to turn the backlight down to 50%…otherwise headaches & eye strain in your future.

In some ways, it's so good that it can make 1080p & 720p content look a little worse…if that makes any sense.

Also have to play with the motion/blur settings a decent amount to avoid ghosting on fast movement, at least on SDR content. There's a secret TCON update for the 65" that helps, but it still needs tweaking.

I'm also waiting on a longer HDMI 2.1 cable to test out XSX/gaming.
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Hopefully that comes back, sounds like a solid deal!
It was there for couple of weeks and I got 55" U6G for 450 with 100 GC. But now waiting for the GC deal again to buy the U8G
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Quote from JackOfOwls :
I'm in the market for a 65"-75" large screen TV since my old 43" Vizio is about to shit the bed so I had this one on my short list but barely a better deal than what I saw listed on Amazon the last few days (or is this that same deal?). I'll basically be using the new big screen television as a monitor to hook up to my AVR which in turn is connected to my i9 Windows desktop's GTX 1070 video card.

However, I want a better upgrade path and this Hisense model is not designed for true 4K/120Hz with PCs because its MediaTek processor is weak and can't handle 4-4-4 chroma at 4K @ 120HZ. What this means is that if you try to use it with a modern video card that fully supports 4K/120Hz and use those resolutions you'll only get half of the 4K's 2160p vertical resolution (1080p) which results in blurry desktop text at 4K. For the average user though who only wants to watch TV or game, it probably won't be noticeable.

But I'll be getting a RTX 3060Ti card and want that true 3840 × 2160 4K @ 120 Hz. So I'll probably spend the $300-$400 more for the Sony X90J Bravia (which can handle true 4K @120 Hz with PCs) when it's on sale.
Good luck getting 'true 4k' on a 3060ti.
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Good luck getting 'true 4k' on a 3060ti.
Perfectly feasible unless you're running a potato..
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