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PC vs Console gaming

I’m curious if there are any differences in TV ratings and choices for PC gaming which offers far superior graphics output compared to a Console. Granted the TV isn’t going to have the high pixel density and refresh rates nor be G-sync capable. But some like myself prefer a unit that doubles as a monitor and TV since newer technologies have made TV’s better for dual purpose. Plus the 4K/HDR Monitors only range in size up to around 35" inch. And please Consolers don’t try to tell me your little box can match a full on gaming rig…..

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    There isn’t much of a difference in terms of ratings and technical requirements. The biggest difference between a great PC gaming rig and a console is in the rendering itself, not the output. Comparing the Xbox One X and a good gaming PC, both are capable of outputting at 4k @ 60 Hz, but with many games the Xbox One X will render at a lower resolution and upscale the output. Obviously the two don’t look the same, but from a technical standpoint, the TV sees them as equivalent.

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