No one needs a LG 48 CX/C1, and even then it is questionable. The sole exception is if you exclusively play console games on a couch, but this thread isn't about that it is about a product aimed at PC users.Sounds like you need a LG 48 CX/C1.
I'm really tired of people incessantly pushing these OLED TVs in nearly every discussion on this monitor when they aren't even in the same universe in terms of HDR capabilities.
OLED will never be capable of a true HDR experience like Mini-LED technology is, because it is limited by a (very low) brightness ceiling. Mini-LED on the other hand can improve local dimming and reduce black levels simply by increasing the amount of zones. There is a reason that Apple decided to use Mini-LED tech, even in its present state, instead of OLED for Pro Display XDR (XDR is Apple branding for HDR) and the new high end iPad Pro. You will never experience true HDR on an OLED. Not to mention the terrible pixel density of those LG OLED TVs and the burn-in issues make that OLED completely unsuitable for use as a PC monitor.
The fact that a 48 inch TV is being recommended as a PC monitor is mind-boggling. No one wants to sit 25 feet from a screen to not see all of the pixels. And then on top of that because it is a TV it lacks G-Sync Ultimate, the 10-bit color depth intended for creative professionals, and the refresh rate of the PG32UQX.