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Any advice on a gaming TV 40" for around £400?

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Been told I can have a new TV for my birthday but not sure which one is the best one to get. I'll also be linking my computer up to it as well to play some of my games but hoping this won't be a probl… Read More
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3m, 3w agoPosted 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Been told I can have a new TV for my birthday but not sure which one is the best one to get. I'll also be linking my computer up to it as well to play some of my games but hoping this won't be a problem for it! Thanks for the help!
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3m, 3w agoPosted 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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samsung ue40ku6000 - 40", hdr (although not full 10 bit but that's pretty much impossible to find for under £800 right now), around £350 and very good for gaming due to low input lag.
#2
If you want a "gaming" tv go smaller, the smaller the better for gaming
#3
Need more details, do you want one for casual gaming, or do you want one for competitive FPS type games?

Edited By: INDUSTRYHATER on Dec 27, 2016 15:03: .
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INDUSTRYHATER
Need s boy more detail, do you want one for casual gaming, or do you want one fore competitive FPS type games?

Well to play stuff like Doom or the new Battlefield 1 on my PC or even to use for my PS4 and XB1 really.
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vvojak
samsung ue40ku6000 - 40", hdr (although not full 10 bit but that's pretty much impossible to find for under £800 right now), around £350 and very good for gaming due to low input lag.

Will have a look at it! Thanks very much!
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vvojak
samsung ue40ku6000 - 40", hdr (although not full 10 bit but that's pretty much impossible to find for under £800 right now), around £350 and very good for gaming due to low input lag.

The KU6000 has very little HDR display ability, you're looking at the KU6400 and up for the wider colour space or the KS7500 (at 43") and up for the increased brightness range.

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