Currently putting together a complete media room. One component will be a PC. My primary rig (at a desk for KB/M) is currently running a 1080ti on a Gsync 1440p 144hz monitor. Zero complaints, I love it. In the media room will be a Samsung TV most likely which has multiple options for resolutions and refresh rates. It also supports freesync. 1080P @ 120hz 1080P @ 60hz 1080P @ VRR 4k @60hz 4k @ VRR The VRR options produce the best input lag performance so that is what I am targeting. My issue is choosing the right video card for my needs since using freesync will require AMD (I know that NVidia has started supporting it but haven't read good results outside of the "certified" monitors). A few games for reference: Final Fantasy XV Grand Theft Auto V Ace Combat 7 I have three choices that fit the budget for the video card in the entire project. Geforce 2080 @ ~$700 - Best card in my price range but the issue becomes freesync support Radeon VII @ ~$700 - Just released, driver problems, loud, and buying something that isn't best performance at price just to get true freesync support Radeon Vega 64 @ $400 - This is my running favorite. Seems to perform well at 4k, may have to back the settings down to med-high on some games. Support for freesync. I also get $300 back into the budget to spend else were. One note, when I talk about "can a card do 4k" I need to say that 4k /= 4k and super high max settings. Even if you run a game at 4k and medium it generally becomes a better experience on PC than console.