A yes or nor answer will do.
yea i noticed after posting, ive ordered the tv, a new wii motion plus and a wii hdmi converter. If this tv doesnt work for the PS4 i may just build the most sick TV ever conceived using grass and mud.Serious_Much wrote:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE22F5000-Widescreen-Freeview-Playback/dp/B00BXDK1D4/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1382801596&sr=8-3-fkmr0&keywords=Samsung+UN22F5000+22-Inch+1080p+60Hz+Slim+LED+HDTV#productDescription
it says 100Hz.
Already ordered it, Oh i cant wait to get my grebby paws all over the PS4. My PC will come after wards, just need to buy the parts for it.WhatDoesThePendantDo? wrote:It's super cheap, so... yes...?
steveswede wrote:Just for the record, virtually all TV's nowadays are 60Hz. Anything lower has pretty much disappeared when the 90's were done because virtually all TV's back then had scart ports in them.
BTW the only reason why you should look out for frame rates above 60hz if you're using media that goes above that (PC gaming) or 3D films/games. With your TV being 100hz, you will only get a maximum of 50hz when the 3D is turned on. If this is going to be an issue for you then I recommend you cancel your order and get a 3D TV above 120hz for those 60hz 3D moments.