Chisslegrog, 12 Jan 2018Was interested but NVidia = overpriced and 65 inch = too large. Depends on how far away fr... moreSize isn't the company's fault, it's just that you don't have enough room in your place to put it. Also, when does NVidia = overpriced?
Was interested but NVidia = overpriced and 65 inch = too large.
Depends on how far away from your screen you play but in my gaming room (essentially a decent size bedroom that has all the games and stuff in instead, a 49 inch tv is definitely big enough. I could go 55 or so max but 65 inch is basically just pointless unless you sit miles away from the screen but then you may as well just get a better seating arrangement and have a tv that doesn't cost you more for no real benefit. We're not going blind so short of complaining it's not a 100 inch tv anything about 42" is usually decent enough size (unless again, you choose to sit further away).
Anonymous, 09 Jan 201865 is too much for gaming. You have to sit back enough so that the monitor would actually use ... moresorry ... I gamed on 100 inch screens before and it is Awsome.
65 inch too much for gaming? really ? it is SMALL for gaming.
Forget it ..
this 65 inch HDR 120hz Gsync TV would cost you at least $7000
bug, 08 Jan 2018Too bad by the time GPUs can actually sustain more then 60fps@4k with HDR, these monitors will... moreBuy two 1080 tis and you can already. Unlike crossfire nvidia actually bothers to support sli respectably well...
O S, 08 Jan 2018You can just call it a "Big F*cking Gaming Display". Problem solved. 65 is too much for gaming. You have to sit back enough so that the monitor would actually use *less* of your field of view than a desktop mounted 42'' gaming monitor.
I call nVidia to reconsider, or at least also consider a 4k "TV" meant for a desktop (~40 inch is the max you can have for a 4k panel).
Just what the article states is basically what it makes this model useless. Who is to play ps4 pro or the new xbox on such a tv, they would completely waste its capabilities (no 120 hz, no actual 4k, graphics straight from 4 year old pc games), yet you are forced to because it is not desktop mounted.
AnonD-610388, 08 Jan 2018Why in the world would you need 65inch monitor lolP*rn @ 4k 120hz gsync hdr is amazing
Monitor :)))) it is TV designed for gaming. Definitely not for consoles, consoles only can hit 30fps, so it is designed for someone like steam machine or powerful pc used as media centre and gaming in a living room and ok for future consoles, if it will hit 60 fps anytime soon :)
O S, 08 Jan 2018You can just call it a "Big F*cking Gaming Display". Problem solved. Hahahah nice one I agree lol
Marvin, 08 Jan 2018Its a sad development when the F in BFGD ends up standing for FormatYou can just call it a "Big F*cking Gaming Display". Problem solved.
"Monitor". Yea right 65". And The Wall is merely a small TV.
bug, 08 Jan 2018Too bad by the time GPUs can actually sustain more then 60fps@4k with HDR, these monitors will... moreNot really. Two 1080ti in SLI, overclocked and liquid cooled should be able to do it.
Although, very few people are going to be able to afford such setups.
Too bad by the time GPUs can actually sustain more then 60fps@4k with HDR, these monitors will be a thing of the past.