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3 years ago#11
DV8ingSources posted...
You only really benefit from faster paced games with a higher framerate. As a 120hz owner, its nice and noticeable but it's not something you will feel in every game.

Appreciate the input / honesty. I dabble a bit in BF4 and L4D2 but I don't think I play either competitively enough to justify another 140+ dollars on a second monitor. I may just get a dupe of what I have now.
3 years ago#12
Keep in mind that if you are interested in 3d, 120+hz is pretty much necessary.
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3 years ago#13
i stand corrected then. tbh i was just speaking out of my ass anyway.
3 years ago#14
Terrible topic. Let me just go ahead and list the tens of thousands and games that do
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3 years ago#15
TimePharaoh posted...
Terrible topic. Let me just go ahead and list the tens of thousands and games that do

I'll wait, bro.
3 years ago#16
I've played monster truck madness 2 at 300 frames per second.

But its better at 30 fps. The physics work better.
I have a suspicion that at such high framerates, the movement between frames gets smaller than the precision the original programmers allowed.
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3 years ago#17
Skyrim doesn't play nice over 60fps.

Some games are brilliant though, Batman AA, Borderlands 2, Tomb Raider etc were magnificent at 100+ fps.

My only beef with 120hz monitors is the lack (afaik) of IPS, they're all generally TN. Hopefully that'll change with gsync - my wallet is ready. Plus, when I was in the market for a 120hz monitor 12 months ago, 1440p was nowhere to be found, dunno if that's still the case.

I have a two monitor setup, a 27" Dell 1440p for most stuff, and a 120hz BenQ for certain titles. I'll ditch the BenQ the moment really good gsync monitors arrive. I'll be keeping the old Dell though, it's been a champ.

Again, I must add that my knowledge of 120hz+ monitors is 12 months old, there may have been developments in the time since.
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3 years ago#18
^Still no IPS @ 120hz tho. =/
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3 years ago#19
Clouddx posted...
^Still no IPS @ 120hz tho. =/


Ideally, as I said above, I want a 1600p 27"-30", IPS or better (ie newer tech), 120hz+.

Also, I actually wouldn't mind it being glossy. Glossy has a lot of negativity surrounding it for some pretty valid reasons, but as I use it purely for gaming and is positioned away from glare, I'd actually prefer it next time. Or, at the very least, a monitor that isn't expressly anti glare. Really dislike the level of anti glare coating on the Dell. I remember reading a guide on how to remove it completely, but it was way, way beyond my abilities, involving soaking the LCD or something equally baffling/frightening o_O

No interest in 4K monitors for a while yet either. I've got a gtx780 and that'd choke at 4K, god knows how lesser cards would perform. Besides, my next upgrade has to be cpu/mobo. My i7 2600k is getting on a bit, can't believe how well everything still runs though, much do to with the gpu clearly. Probably get another year out of it.
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3 years ago#20
A good racing game!
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