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[PCper] - We really want the ASUS PG279Q - 2560x1440, IPS, G-Sync...165 Hz

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FlyingFoxy3062d ago (Edited 3062d ago )

165hz? Surely that's headed into diminishing returns, the big leap is from 30fps(33ms) to 60fps (16ms) then to 120fps (8ms). Going higher fps is going to bring negligable gains and will require a lot of hardware power. 60 is the sweet spot while higher does feel nicer for sure, but the response time leap isn't as big as the leap from 30fps to 60fps.. 8ms gain going to 120fps from 60fps, 16ms gain from 30 to 60.

I do prefer 120fps since it 'feels' like 50% added on to the smoothness of going from 30fps to 60fps.

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