looking for a tv that will be good for the ps5 and pc gaming need advice
So I'm forvever seeking my first 4k tv or monitor and I can't seem to make up my mind about what I need or what I want. Is there a tv on the market right now that supports 4k and flawless 60 fps gaming that's not over 1000 dollars? I want something where at most I can game at 60fps 4k for pc games without problems like screen tearing. Do I NEED a 120hz monitor for this if I just care about 60fps? Someone was telling me I would want to go 120hz. idk how that really works. I was thinking going oled but paying 1,5000 bucks for something that might get burn-in in 4 years seems a bit risky. Should I cave in and just buy the 48 inch lg oled cx? or should I wait? I kinda wanna get something soon.
I may not need the absolute best but I obviously want something that's good. I'm tempted to do the lg cx I just can't decide if it's a good decision. I really can't do bigger than like 48 49 inches. I'm also just thinking of maybe getting a tv that will take advantage of what the ps5 is actually going to do and buy a pc monitor later on. Not sure if that should mean shelving out over 1000 bucks.
I'm not a competitive gamer so I may not necessarily need something as low as 1ms of input lag but low input lag is definitely an important factor as I do play first person shooters and fighters online although becoming a pro gamer is the last of my goals right now. I can't decide if freesync gsync and vrr are going to be things I really need. Ideally I want a monitor that can do everything.
My first goal right now is to at least buy a tv that will take advantage of the ps5. Don't care for 8k and I am also even skeptical that the ps5 would even take advantage of 120fps 4k gaming.
Also wondering how important hdmi 2.1 will really be?
I know asus makes 43 inch gaming monitors so I was thinking that as well. If anyone can help me figure this out I would truly appreciate it. I've looked at rtings but one youtuber was criticizing them for not being very reliable so idk what to think.