Do THIS On Your TV...and PC

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Is using your TV as a PC monitor really as straightforward as it seems?
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Techquickie
Techquickie Prieš mėn
Apologies for forgetting the retina display calculator in the video description. It's there now - thanks for letting us know.
Mohamed Mimon Asbai
Mohamed Mimon Asbai Prieš mėn
Q
Mark Winfrey
Mark Winfrey Prieš mėn
@Ludvig Oftedal Vinje RIP, retina display calculator, we barely knew ye. Like, seriously, why do most hosting services *completely implode* at the first hint of a higher load?!
Leokalan3480
Leokalan3480 Prieš mėn
@Austin Williams yeah same
Povilaz
Povilaz Prieš val
I don't think I can do this on my CRT TV lmao
smany
smany Prieš 2 val
horrible
SiliconFix
SiliconFix Prieš 15 val
I've been using my 50" for my primary display for 4 years now. I don't see what all the hoopla has been aboot tbh lol
SiliconFix
SiliconFix Prieš 15 val
Me, Indeed: *watches video at his desk on the 50"*
enemixius
enemixius Prieš 16 val
Not sure if anyone has already mentioned it, but you forgot one important setting. Find "sharpness" in the TV's picture settings and set it to neutral. Some TVs have this at 0, some have it in the middle. If the picture gets blurry, you're too low. Voila, those pesky halos around text and other small details are gone and you get less eyestrain! :)
Mash Kyrielight
Mash Kyrielight Prieš 23 val
I had to set my old 1080p LG TV to just scan for my Xbox one
slipknot2k4
slipknot2k4 Prieš dieną
If you hook up to the tv make sure you are careful with Image Burn
Arno Schäfer
Arno Schäfer Prieš dieną
How about consoles? Shouldn't they have pretty much the same requirements/settings as PCs?
Augustine Delgado
Augustine Delgado Prieš dieną
ppi and calibration, definitely things that need to be considered/adjusted to preference.
Lowell Martin
Lowell Martin Prieš dieną
Not sure about the model but it's a 36 in LG with a SVGA connection. Haven't hooked up a PC yet.
FRAG aLOT
FRAG aLOT Prieš 2 dienas
Other than setting screen refresh rate, do any of these color settings (2:33) effect FPS in gaming?
Bo Yu
Bo Yu Prieš 4 dienas
it too big for a monitor .
Martijn Venhuizen
Martijn Venhuizen Prieš 5 dienų
Playing on OLED, awesome experience :)
Jim Karpule
Jim Karpule Prieš 5 dienų
got a 26 inch tv about 10 years ago and it still works fine, only problem for me was it started giving me migraines.
Zilet
Zilet Prieš 6 dienų
very helpful about the resize thing
Nathan Brown
Nathan Brown Prieš 7 dienų
Meh, I sit about 90cm from my 55 inch 4K TV, can't see any pixels. The calculator says I need another 20cm.
Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith Prieš 8 dienų
what's funny is that I am using a Vizio tv right now while writing this comment
Frischifrisch
Frischifrisch Prieš 8 dienų
I am using a Philips 4k TV (with Ambylight :-) since more than year now and I am still happy ...
Sm00th
Sm00th Prieš 8 dienų
Literaly had the wrong aspect ratio on my old LG for like 2 years now sheesh. Don't need to guess where some stuff are now, that used to be physically outside of the edges
Daddy Fitz
Daddy Fitz Prieš 8 dienų
i use a 4k 43 inch 60hz for my display. Never had a issue. I dislike the tiny 24 inch monitor.
Tejas Padhye
Tejas Padhye Prieš 9 dienų
2 years back brought down my crt samsung monitor down from the attic and hooked it to my laptop with vga and boy, the 85hz switch from 60hz was a *chef's kiss.
thebes1
thebes1 Prieš 11 dienų
Playing Oblivion
R4Z0R84
R4Z0R84 Prieš 12 dienų
I've been gaming on a 4k 55" tv on my PC desk for years now, nausia if you only have vertical FOV under 120, so you just need to change to window mode and run at 3860x1440 for like ultrawide and decent fov plus no besil in the middle which is frigging sweet. Also good if your tv has picture in picture or use turbotop to do the same so you can have LTtown or Plex or notes or anything on-top of your game which is super handy for me in no man's sky I can have my whole trade route shown on-top. Yeah 60hz sucks ass and running out of ram on my GPU is the worst your frame rates can tank instantly when it starts using shared memory it's terrible. Still absolutely love gaming on a tv but yeah after seeing hdr and 10bit RGB and high refresh rates I kind of want to replace it with an actual gaming tv but eh this was only $500 ish from ALDI so I can't complain
gregoriodia
gregoriodia Prieš 12 dienų
How is this thing Linus has on his lap at 1:19 called? Can you still buy this?
Cool Legend
Cool Legend Prieš 16 dienų
Need the old white bg set back , pls
ashtonsun
ashtonsun Prieš 18 dienų
there is a wechat icon on your desk. Lol
Alex Crouse
Alex Crouse Prieš 20 dienų
All TVs and most monitors these days are utter trash. Massively over driven color, unreadable text (on asus 4k monitors, in my example), and horrible "image processing" that shouldn't exist. Take what's coming down the cable, and put it on the god damn screen. Anything else is unwelcome and stupid.
Arkian
Arkian Prieš 24 dienas
Set my tv to 420 help.
Webert de Souza Lima
Webert de Souza Lima Prieš 24 dienas
@techquickie you mentioned the TV cropping the sides of the image on purpose. This made me think if that weird glow at the edge of the screen in every action scene in Zack Snyder's Justice League was made to be cropped by the TV. Thoughts on that?
Uthman Baksh
Uthman Baksh Prieš 24 dienas
I gotta say, everyone wrote of Vizio as a Walmart brand of TVs a decade ago. Since then they have gotten so good that they are on the level of LG, Samsung, and Sony.
mjss1984
mjss1984 Prieš 25 dienų
I've been using TVs for my work PC since I started having eye strain issues sitting too close to a typical desktop monitor. My first PC TV was a 32" LED TV that my family upgraded from. I started sitting about a 1.5meters away from then on. I eventually upgraded to a 42/44" (can't remember exact size) that my family also upgraded from that used to be the main living room TV. I then moved a bit further back. It was 2 years ago that I finally bought (instead of a "hand me down") my first main TV PC Setup which is a 55" while still retaining the same viewing/working distance. Main reason for the upgrade was color accuracy and the fringing you mentioned. I "lived" with it on the 42/44" TV for a few years until I upgraded my main work PC and was outputting around 1440p now. I used to only output to 1080p/1080i only. And no matter what I did to the settings, the old reliable 42/44" just wasn't able to correct. My work setup is now a 55" main TV monitor with a 2nd 32" inch TV hanging above it as a secondary extended display output. 32" is mainly for playing LTtown, Spotify Web Player or Netflix while I work. No issues with fringing on either.
Michael
Michael Prieš 26 dienų
i remember trying to play Diablo 2 on my CRT using my s-video cable back in the day. Almost got sick from trying it because the odd lag and just so many things wrong with the video quality.
imnotdavid
imnotdavid Prieš 26 dienų
I've been gaming at 1440p @ 120 hz on my 55" Samsung Q70 which only cost about $800 a year ago, and it's a pretty fantastic experience. The main problem was really that the experience was not great out of the box because the TV was not developed with use as a PC monitor as the primary focus. But if you're willing to research and calibrate a bit, plenty of modern TV's are excellent PC monitors. That's especially true if cost is an issue and your other option is spending $2000+ almost purely to save the time of a bit of calibration. Just remember that a PC monitor is going to prevent you from streaming at 4K HDR from most services because of HDCP issues, so when you're using your TV for that purpose, use the built-in apps for things like Netflix and Amazon if your goal is the best picture quality available. On that note, you're going to have this same problem if you DO spend $2000 on a high end large gaming monitor......and those aren't going to necessarily have built-in streaming apps to avoid the issue like any modern smart TV does.
GameControl
GameControl Prieš 26 dienų
I am sick of infinity contrast ratio bs. Any led no matter what will have infinity contrast ratio. Anything divide by zero is infinitely stupid
Mister Magik69
Mister Magik69 Prieš 26 dienų
jokes on you im using a 4k 55 in tv and love it.
LucasJodoKast
LucasJodoKast Prieš 27 dienų
i plugged my PC into my almost TV 17 years ago & i could never go back, it was originally to destroy my mates PS2 but these days i currently have a 75" Sony X90f which can do 4k @ 60hz or 1440p @ 120hz, the only con is an input lag of 10ms but considering my last TV had 40ms this is more than acceptable & i dont seem to have any problems competing online, the pros are the sheer size & picture quality, ive yet to see a monitor that has better HDR or local dimming
Katzelle3
Katzelle3 Prieš 28 dienų
Modern OLEDs support line buffering at 120 Hz, bringing the input lag down to 6 ms, which is 2 ms faster than composite video on CRT.
StaySic4Ever
StaySic4Ever Prieš 29 dienų
I do miss CRT smoothness though.
hdchris88
hdchris88 Prieš mėn
I got a LG CX to plug my PC on but I cannot get any signal at all and LG have been no help at all.
Jeremiah Johnson
Jeremiah Johnson Prieš mėn
I used to game on an old 55" panasonic viera plasma. That tv was dope. Now i play on a px65 or a monitor that's good for coding but not gaming. Px65 is dope for a tv at 120hz 1080.
Casey Ronson
Casey Ronson Prieš mėn
TOSHIBA
Jatin Vashisht
Jatin Vashisht Prieš mėn
Seems like old video with better quality
Military Uniform Princess
Military Uniform Princess Prieš mėn
LG has quick responses especially when changing input label to PC or my preference GAME input label. Input lag down to 3-5ms. With the labels set correctly all picture modes are low latency and input lag. LOL!
Kyle Davis
Kyle Davis Prieš mėn
I got my monitor set up in my games room and a 20m amplified hdmi cable running to my tv with a 20m aplified usb for my xbox controller. Works great for gaming in the lounge on steam big screen mode if im lazy and gaming at my monitor
Zack
Zack Prieš mėn
I have a OOG B9 OLED and it is fantastic
Sreerag Rajesh Nambissan
Sreerag Rajesh Nambissan Prieš mėn
My PC supports until 60Hz but I use 40Hz for my T. V. because when the PC is running in 40Hz it displays 4K but when 60Hz it is 1080p
shalom p
shalom p Prieš mėn
how does the play statioin or xbox overcome this
For Science
For Science Prieš mėn
Why didn't you mention anything about Burnin?
Muhil Kratheesh
Muhil Kratheesh Prieš mėn
Thank you so much guys My tv always crops and I thought its an issue with my tv Now I got this 👍
No One
No One Prieš mėn
To all the people who ran out of money and decided to use their TV as the display:🥂🍭
Steven Wang
Steven Wang Prieš mėn
in "PC"/ "chroma 4:4:4"/sharpness=off, all the images will look better, like from Chromecast backgrounds. Some older 4k tv you have to bring down to 30fps.
Matthew Marr
Matthew Marr Prieš mėn
Vizio are fucking garbage. Engineered to die 1 day after its warranty expires. In 2 years I've had to already replace the mainboard at $100, Netflix doesn't work anymore, and neither does the remote. Worst fucking TV I have ever owned.
tsartomato
tsartomato Prieš mėn
people forget that games are rendered in real time and nothing stops you from rendering more of the area and moving gui closer to the centre
Colin Hamilton
Colin Hamilton Prieš mėn
is this still a problem with newer tv's and gpu's? I havent had a problem like this in a few years
WillPlaysGames1993
WillPlaysGames1993 Prieš mėn
43 inch 4k tc hdrl tv (hdr off unless im playing games supporting it since windows tends to make things look crappy with it on all the time) 0nn 1080p monitor already set both to 444 via nvidia it looks better than rgb
Timothy Dillon
Timothy Dillon Prieš mėn
Over the years my TVs have gone from a 32" LCD, to a 46" LCD, and currently have a 55" LED, using all of them as my only monitor. Couple years from now, I'll be going to a 65" or larger. Seriously looking forward to better than the 1080 I have now.
RealExivus
RealExivus Prieš mėn
use a cheap 1080p 60hz 39" from almost 10 years ago as my monitor for gaming lol
David Kight
David Kight Prieš mėn
This is why i follow the LTT channels. I always learn a solution to a problem I thought was just how it was. Thanks
Kissshot Acerorion Heartunderblade
Kissshot Acerorion Heartunderblade Prieš mėn
Always hated using TVs for PCs because every time it went to sleep it would mess up my resolution and icon organization.. =(
taltigolt
taltigolt Prieš mėn
I used crt my entire life then I jumped to lg oled tvs in like 2014 now I use a sony ag9 soon a90j and I adore the experience but I didn't know the text artifacting was common I just assumed it's a res issue
Steven Wang
Steven Wang Prieš mėn
yeah, i thought for the longest time too till i got a 4k LG hand down in 2016, and used as a monitor. Turns out it was a HDMI bandwidth issue. If i wanted accurate colors, i just had to bring it back to 30fps. Then I also discovered my pioneer plasma tv had a PC mode. All the modern cast devices look better now.
ReaptheWhirlwind
ReaptheWhirlwind Prieš mėn
there is no problems only solutions
Jake M
Jake M Prieš mėn
I have a 26 inch Sony Trinitron 4:3 CRT TV with component video input. I got it for free. lol
André Malerba
André Malerba Prieš mėn
I've been playing with my PC on an IPS 1080p 32" LG TV for a while and it's awesome! It supports chroma subsampling 4:4:4 and I'm good with 1080p and 60hz.
TrollFaceTheMan
TrollFaceTheMan Prieš mėn
I have been using TVs happily as gaming monitors for years. They are important as I do a lot of work on them too and the extra real-estate is appreciated. My newest TV/Monitor runs at A TRUE 120hz 1440. Which honestly my GPU has difficulties keeping up with.
Zeid Khan
Zeid Khan Prieš mėn
If you're trying to find a TV that looks good as a PC monitor, subsampling is the most important. Also called "chroma" you want a 4:4:4 display. A TV that has 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 looks GARBAGE as a PC monitor. Texts will look terrible. This website let's you customize listings and pick 4k or 1080p with 4:4:4. It won't help with color; some TV's display colors better than others. But if you're not looking for the most color accurate display and you just want a TV that works good as a PC monitor, this is what you need to focus on. Website is www.rtings.com/tv/learn/chroma-subsampling and then hit the "customize" button. Select 4:4:4 for 4k or 1080p and find a TV out of those listed, that you like. I recommend 42" and below. Anything higher, and you'll be turning your head side to side to see the full image, assuming you're sitting at a desk with the display. If sitting further away, like from a sofa, then size doesn't matter. Choose according to your price range and availability. If color is a concern, try to find local shops that you can go to and view the display in person. (Note: I'm not associated with the site or any brand TV it lists. Just trying to give people a resource that helped me pick a TV to use as a monitor.) Site: www.rtings.com/tv/learn/chroma-subsampling Also, if it's a 1080 monitor, make sure it's 1080p and not 1080i. That makes a difference as well. But you can get 4k monitors off the list that cost around $200 USD. Color won't be super accurate, but it's a decent display for cheap, so why bother with 1080p at that point. If color matters, I guess an older model 1080p will have less resolution, but better color at around the same price as a 4k model with mediocre color. Just make sure it's "p" and not "i" if you go that route.
Sav
Sav Prieš mėn
I have been running this budget AF 65" Haier branded costco TV for 3 years now.. and the colour is finally mint, no artifacts, and I've got it to 75 hz, thanks guys!
Clap Trap
Clap Trap Prieš mėn
Still hard to beat CRT monitors for input and fps unless we spend over $500
Antonio A.B.
Antonio A.B. Prieš mėn
Any down side to using a monitor as a tv?
n2E man
n2E man Prieš mėn
I run a Ryzen 2700x on a Super Mini 2700 Zodiac Amp gpu 64 gigs of ram on a B450M Gaming Mb on a 50 inch Rca QLED 4k tv all games on 2160p Ultra setting FLAWLESSLY 2 ft in front of me lol . I will never buy another PC Monitor again! Every things over priced!
CoolDudeClem
CoolDudeClem Prieš mėn
but fringing is baked into the fonts. Try this: Take a picture of a webpadge (any web padge) using the printscreen button, paste it into say, paint, zoom in and look, it's right there in the font itself, it's not an artifact of the TV.
M attari
M attari Prieš mėn
LG CX USING AS PC MONITOR ABSOLUTELY AMAZING OLED EXPERIENCE NEVER GO BACK TO THE NORMAL MONITOR
GuyPeri
GuyPeri Prieš mėn
do... WHAT?
shuffle cp
shuffle cp Prieš mėn
this works with the projector Philips Pico Pix Max?
nononymous
nononymous Prieš mėn
"So what stopping you from using a big old TV as a display for you PC ?" I have a 2010 32" LG TV as primary display since 5 years and i never regret it (and also a old cheap 15,6" TV as second display)
Acrylaco
Acrylaco Prieš mėn
Techquickie? More like Dumbquickie in bed! You can obviously download more VRAM!
leadfoot foot
leadfoot foot Prieš mėn
Still rocking a Pioneer KURO Plasma TV with our gaming/HTPC connected via HDMI. No lag, no obvious motion artifacts, no image fade when viewed off-axis, excellent color and deep blacks. Great in winter months as it doubles as a room heater, haha.
D J
D J Prieš mėn
Watching this video through my gaming pc that's connected to my 50 in. TV while in the other room a 40 in. TV sits on my desk connected to my work laptop, both being cheap brand Walmart TV's.........
Jeremiah Freeman
Jeremiah Freeman Prieš mėn
Been using a 55 inch 4k/120htz Samsung TV as my main monitor for over a year now. been loving it. and while i generally suck at competitive fps games anyway, i havent noticed any difference in battlefield or COD. and my sweaty tryhard friend says he doesnt notice any difference either.
Alejandro Zamora
Alejandro Zamora Prieš mėn
Hey, y'all updated your logo
Doomshine
Doomshine Prieš mėn
Im using my 75inch Q80T more often than my 34 inch LG widescreen. I have wireless keyboard and mouse and it work well even for gaming on my couch. My TV is just better than my monitor and it really night and day. Im using a 50 feet HDMI 2.1 from my office to my Tv in my living room. Im stock with my 1070 but as soon the 3080 TI is available (some day....) Ill be good to go. I say that because I cant go 120fps 4k in Nvidia options. Im stock at 1440p since my 1070 doesnt have HDMI 2.1 port. I didnt go with LG because their 77 inch Oled are way too expensive. Next monitor would be a LG OLED between 35-45 inch if they make one eventually. Anyway, new TVs are great for PC in my opinion.
Elijah
Elijah Prieš mėn
Is the lag from a pc to a tv any worse than a console?
Raymond Pavlov
Raymond Pavlov Prieš mėn
Here’s a tip: if your TV does not support 120hz, setting 24hz for movies or 30hz for TV can reduce juddering. In my case, I run my 4K TV at 1080p 120hz so I can just set it and forget it without having to change refresh rate each time for different types of content.
Raymond Pavlov
Raymond Pavlov Prieš mėn
NOTE: Frame interpolation does not work if the frame rate of the movie is different from the refresh rate. I never use motion smoothing, but if you do, consider matching the refresh rate to the content you watch. It might be easier to just disable it outright. Also, as an added bonus, disabling frame interpolation reduces latency
gef56
gef56 Prieš mėn
I like this new darker colored pfp ngl
Dram Ravett
Dram Ravett Prieš mėn
I dig the TQ logo
The Gamer Scot
The Gamer Scot Prieš mėn
I'm stuck as a living room gamer for now. Max 60Hz, but that's okay because my GPU won't reliably hit much higher than 60fps and no upgrades right now! 😩
PerfectMachine
PerfectMachine Prieš mėn
So I've to sit 13 inches, or just over a feet away from my phone screen. (1520×720, 270 ppi)
Real Racer 03
Real Racer 03 Prieš mėn
I use the TV from my PS4 for my laptop as a second screen and it's a bit ridiculous to have 22" 1080p TV next to a 13" 1080p laptop display but it's better than no second display!
Mateus Vinicius Dupont Tomasi
Mateus Vinicius Dupont Tomasi Prieš mėn
Downvoted because of the clickbait title
Techquicki e
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twothreebravo
twothreebravo Prieš mėn
I've been gaming on TV's for over a decade, granted I'm not doing super high refresh rate stuff or competitive online stuff, but I've never run into any issues with lag or color. I can only assume I've just gotten lucky with the two TVs I've used for it in that time as not having any of the bizarre features that would interfere. I started doing this because I've got an injured back and I can't sit in an upright chair at a desk without pain so having a reclining chair I can sit back at a distance has been a godsend.
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Reese train44
Reese train44 Prieš mėn
considering my sisters old asus ve278 was considered "OLD" and given to me and that iv used it as my main monitor over 3 years now it has served me very well color accuracy isn't the best but my guess i have the brightness too high for that
Mark Jacobs
Mark Jacobs Prieš mėn
Huh, it's actually a pretty capable "cheaper" display. Seeing decent reviews for it even though it's a TN panel. Guess for colours it's not far off from my ASUS PG278QR.
Nimesh Shah
Nimesh Shah Prieš mėn
amazing tips , been using 2 x 32" for years now and done a couple of the suggestion , my display looks great thanks !
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Matt Doyle
Matt Doyle Prieš mėn
I use a 65" TV on a desk with a distance of about 3 feet. I love it.
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Luijo
Luijo Prieš mėn
I have a n overscan issue with my TV every time i plug a 1080p res device to it the " just scan " option completly dissapears and i just end up with the 16:9 / 4/3 options, it's annoying when i'm watching some streams with my chromecast this doesn't happen if the device is 720p tho, so weird and annoying
Luijo
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BBC600
BBC600 Prieš mėn
My 32" TV has built in VGA that I use for my desktop(s).
bluesillybeard2 bczhefgthspswd
bluesillybeard2 bczhefgthspswd Prieš mėn
I use an old LCD TV that was lying around. it's a great upgrade from the cheap VGA monitor I had before lol
mades3
mades3 Prieš mėn
So... sweepstake made only available in the US? :/ Is there a reason why not in Canada???
KingOfCanada
KingOfCanada Prieš mėn
My LG OLED works flawlessly. ;)
Manjushri
Manjushri Prieš mėn
I love VGA CRTs. I have a few, so far the AOC I have is my favorite, but it was in a fire and idk if it works now :( GBS Control or an OSSC allows for consoles on VGA CRTs, check them out! (The GBS is a DIY much cheaper scaler, to help with horizontal sync and resolution, the latter quite popular)
Dierks Vlogs
Dierks Vlogs Prieš mėn
My tv has none of tho things
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TVs, flatscreens, pffft. EZEO MEDICAL MONITORS FOR LIFE
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