TVs for Gaming

Any comments on the practical difference between the Samsung UN32H5203AF 32" 1080p 120 CMR LED Smart TV with Wi-Fi and the Samsung UN32EH4003 32" 720p LED HDTV?

I compared the specs listed. I don’t know enough to know if $40 is worth the “upgrade” to 1080p.

Two good sites I use for checking actual specs…

This one explains every spec and how it relates to your viewing experience.
http://www.rtings.com/

and for input lag by model

Thanks. The first link made my decision for me.

That’s a decent price on the big UHD Vizio. But for $40 more on the 50" you can get a brand new one from Walmart.

Some of these are good, but the others-60 Hz for gaming? Pass.

As far as I know, there are no HDTVs that will allow true 120hz from a PC. If you want better than 60FPS you need to step up to a dedicated PC monitor. If you’re using a console, you’ll never get more than 60 frames as they are designed for TVs.

The Vizio P series have a feature called High Velocity Mode that allow true 120hz input from a PC. The only reason I’d buy the P series is because of this, as I’d really love to have the option.

Woot should put the Panasonic 4K TV’s they have displayport and would be perfect for computer monitors.

I actually revisited the topic as I haven’t looked into it for a while. Apparently most TVs that do 3D have an internal refresh of 120hz (60hz for each “eye”?). So I’ve seen reported success of getting such a set to display true 120hz, but it seems like a bit of a kludge.

Hopefully by the next time I’m ready for a new TV it won’t be such a rarity. Thanks for the info!